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MAKA ZI , 1903

MAKA ZI , 1903

Little, the instigator of Indian Revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890

Little, the instigator of Indian Revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890

A famous Dance stick owned & made by No Two Horns (Hunkpapa Lakota), North Dakota to honour a horse that carried him to victory. The details of the dance stick show that his horse suffered 6 different wounds, shown by the red triangles, & the scalp replica attached to the horse's mouth. The eagle feather & fancy silver bridle also suggest the importance of this animal showing that it was a cherished companion. Also note the carved hoof & and the rawhide ears.

A famous Dance stick owned & made by No Two Horns (Hunkpapa Lakota), North Dakota to honour a horse that carried him to victory. The details of the dance stick show that his horse suffered 6 different wounds, shown by the red triangles, & the scalp replica attached to the horse's mouth. The eagle feather & fancy silver bridle also suggest the importance of this animal showing that it was a cherished companion. Also note the carved hoof & and the rawhide ears.

Iron Horn - Hunkpapa - 1872

Iron Horn - Hunkpapa - 1872

IDAHO COLLECTION:“Native Americans from Southeastern Idaho”(1897)

IDAHO COLLECTION:“Native Americans from Southeastern Idaho”(1897)

A Crow hunter. 1880. Montana. Photo by L.A. Huffman. Source - Montana Historical Society.

A Crow hunter. 1880. Montana. Photo by L.A. Huffman. Source - Montana Historical Society.

Blackfoot Mother and child, names and date unknown.

Blackfoot Mother and child, names and date unknown.

Iron Bear - Arikara - circa 1870

Iron Bear - Arikara - circa 1870

Comanche man – 1891

Comanche man – 1891

By the way...: Native Americans

Native Americans

By the way...: Native Americans

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