Pictures And Film on most of my videos,The Sioux i love and teepee all through this film.

The Great Hostile Camp Bird's-eye view of a Lakota camp (several tipis and wagons in large field)--probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation. Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee - A Lakota child survived the Wounded Knee massacre (29-12-1890) and was adopted by a prominent white couple... only to endure a life of racism, abuse and poverty. Her poignant story is told in "Lost Bird of Wounded Knee".

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee I A Lakota child survived the Wounded Knee massacre (Dec. and was adopted by a prominent white couple. only to endure a life of racism, abuse and poverty. Her poignant story is told in "Lost Bird of Wounded Knee"

Black Native American probably adopted in to native tribe or captured as slave. Early Life - America- American History - Women's Rights - Child Labor - The Great Depression - Civil Rights - Native Americans - Slavery - American Indians.

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Of the different peoples throughout the world, the Native American Indians are known for their unique feathered headdress. But did you know that not all Native American tribes wore the same kind of headdress?

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Wounded Knee Tepees I This is the Sioux camp at Pine Ridge Reservation South Dakota possibly taken before the Wounded Knee Massacre

August Schellenberg in Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee

"Eastman: Did you know that there is no word in the Sioux language for that, sir? Dawes: For what? Eastman: To 'own the earth'. Not in any native language." - Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee

Sioux Woman 1908 photographed by Edward S. Curtis

Above we show a remarkable photo called Heavy Load. It was made in 1908 by Edward S. The illustration documents a Dakota Sioux woman carrying firewood on her back in snow.

Native American burial ground, 1910, Richard Throssel photograph

Untitled (Native American burial site) Artist: Richard Throssel Artist Bio: American, 1882 - 1933 Creation Date: c. 1910 Process: gelatin silver print Credit Line: Gift of Graham and Susan Nash Accession Number:

This poster of Indian symbols would be great to use with a Native American writing activity. Students could use the symbols to write a message.

This poster of Indian symbols would be great to use with a Native American writing activity. Students could use the symbols to write a message. by caitlin

Guerreros Sioux preparandose para la guerra en su poblado.

Buy the Sioux Indians & Teepee, Edward S. Curtis Photo Print for sale at The McMahan Photo Art Gallery and Archive.

Rare color photo of a Sioux Indian village (no date or source).

American Indian's History: George Catlin and the Mandan Sioux with Paintings I don't know why? But this made me cry!

This picture of the Miniconjou Sioux band was taken near the site of the Wounded Knee massacre one month before the December 1890 massacre where hundreds of Indians were killed. (Photographer unknown / No date / Original)

Johnny Depp wants to buy the site of Wounded Knee massacre and give it back to the Native Americans

This picture of the Miniconjou Sioux band was taken near the site of the Wounded Knee massacre one month before the December 1890 massacre where hundreds of Indians were killed. (Photographer unknown / No date / Photoshopped)

The 1910 Slocum Massacre: An Act of Genocide in East Texas. On July 29, 1910, citizens in the small, predominantly African American town of Slocum Texas were massacred. This was one of many successful, self sufficient African American communities subjected to an attack designed to maintain economic white supremacy. In each town, the incident that sparked the attack was relatively insignificant and often fabricated.

On July citizens in the small, predominately African American town of Slocum, Texas were massacred. That morning, hundreds of white citizens from the surrounding community converged on Sl.

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