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"Cada brillante mata de pino, cada grano de arena de las playas, cada gota de rocío en los oscuros bosques, cada altozano y hasta el sonido de cada insecto es sagrado a la memoria y al pasado de mi pueblo".

"Cada brillante mata de pino, cada grano de arena de las playas, cada gota de rocío en los oscuros bosques, cada altozano y hasta el sonido de cada insecto es sagrado a la memoria y al pasado de mi pueblo".

Shoshone woman - The name "Shoshone" comes from Sosoni, a Shoshone word for high-growing grasses. Some neighboring tribes call the Shoshone "Grass House People," based on their traditional homes made from soshoni'. Shoshones called themselves Newe, meaning "People."  Meriwether Lewis recorded the tribe as the "Sosonees or snake Indians" in 1805

Shoshone woman - The name "Shoshone" comes from Sosoni, a Shoshone word for high-growing grasses. Some neighboring tribes call the Shoshone "Grass House People," based on their traditional homes made from soshoni'. Shoshones called themselves Newe, meaning "People." Meriwether Lewis recorded the tribe as the "Sosonees or snake Indians" in 1805

25 Portraits of American Indians You Might Not Have Seen (No Curtis!) - ICTMN.com

25 Portraits of American Indians You Might Not Have Seen (No Curtis!) - ICTMN.com

Tiny Dancer

Tiny Dancer

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old - Yahoo Image Search Results

Hopi Snake Priest, 1924. ☚ I had a very hard time pinning this one.......scares the dickens right out of me!

Hopi Snake Priest, 1924. ☚ I had a very hard time pinning this one.......scares the dickens right out of me!

This speaks for indigenous people worldwide.

This speaks for indigenous people worldwide.

Native American Army Veteran Glen Douglas

Native American Army Veteran Glen Douglas

Here for your perusal is an original photograph of Daughter Tamahus. It was created in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.    The photograph illustrates Cayuse woman, head-and-shoulderws portrait, facing front.    We have compiled this collection of photographs mainly to serve as a valuable educational resource. Contact curator@old-picture.com.    Image ID# A20F37C4

Here for your perusal is an original photograph of Daughter Tamahus. It was created in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis. The photograph illustrates Cayuse woman, head-and-shoulderws portrait, facing front. We have compiled this collection of photographs mainly to serve as a valuable educational resource. Contact curator@old-picture.com. Image ID# A20F37C4

Notáveis ​​mulheres nativas americanas

Notáveis ​​mulheres nativas americanas

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