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Native Am Indian riding horseback on a beautifully paint decorated horse. by shadowplay

Check out this site for facts and info on Horse War Paint. Native American Indian culture in respect of Horse War Paint and symbols. The American Indian Horse War Paint.

Learn a few simple phrases from the Sauk Language (Sac & Fox)

Learn to speak Sauk! This video illustrates the words and phrases related to Sit, Stand, Walk, Jump and Run. Produced by the Sauk Language Department of Stro.

One of the earliest photos showing a Native American with a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, Indians maintained a close and respectful relationship with wolves.

One of the earliest photos showing a Native American with A tipi (also tepee and teepee) and a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, some Indians maintained a respectful relationship with wolves.

Winter Camp: Crow, Montana, 1908

Crow Winter Camp/ 1908 by Edward S. The picture presents Two Crow (Apsaroke) people on horseback outside a tipi. They are in a thicket of trees, with snow covering the entire area. It looks cold as the Indians are bundled up.

Part I. Black Hawk (1767-183 In an 1804 treaty, the Sauk & Fox Indians of the Upper Mississippi River Valley ceded 50,000,000 acres for a mere pittance. In 1831, Chief Black Hawk, leader of the Algonquian nation, found whites encroaching on traditional tribal lands and villages. Black Hawk and his warriors began raiding outlying farms and settlements, but were soon driven into Missouri by soldiers. Black Hawk and his band were soon threatened by famine and their traditional enemy, the Sioux.

Black Hawk: 1832 war in which federal troops and Illinois militia units defeated the Sauk and Fox Indians led by Black Hawk.

Comanche Indians in Palo Duro Canyon photograph taken 1890's on JA ranch Buffalo hunt with Teddy Roosevelt Charles Goodnight Chief Quannah Parker and Big Tree Lone Wolf Sr. Hunt was staged for Edison film crew.

Comanche Indians in Palo Duro Canyon photograph taken on JA ranch Buffalo hunt with Teddy Roosevelt Charles Goodnight Chief Quannah Parker and Big Tree Lone Wolf Sr. Hunt was staged for Edison film crew.

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