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Pedro (aka Belo Cozad) - Carrizo - 1891 {Note: This Carrizo man is said to have been taken captive by the Kiowa at some point, and was living with the Kiowa in Oklahoma when the photo was taken.}

Pedro (aka Belo Cozad) - Carrizo - 1891 {Note: This Carrizo man is said to have been taken captive by the Kiowa at some point, and was living with the Kiowa in Oklahoma when the photo was taken.

One of the last surviving Native Americans who used their tribal languages to outwit the enemy during the Second World War has died in Oklahoma, aged 96. Edmond Harjo, a member of the Seminole Nation who was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for his war-time service.

Native American 'windtalker' and Second World War hero dies aged 96

John Starr Bighorse Jr., 9, and Otto Hamilton, both dancers with the Osage Nation, perform a traditional dance at the future site of the Oklahoma Centennial Botanical Garden in Tulsa. Representatives of the Osage Nation conducted a Blessing of the Land ceremony at the site.

John Starr Bighorse Jr., 9, and Otto Hamilton, both dancers with the Osage Nation, perform a traditional dance at the future site of the Oklahoma Centennial Botanical Garden in Tulsa. Representatives of the Osage Nation conducted a Blessing of the Land ceremony at the site.

Traditional Lemhi Shoshone woman , Summer Baldwin , dressed in beaded regalia poses with the snowy Sacajawea Peaks in the background during a Ground Blessing ceremony in Salmon Idaho

Traditional Lemhi Shoshone woman , Summer Baldwin , dressed in beaded regalia poses with the snowy Sacajawea Peaks in the background during a Ground Blessing ceremony in Salmon Idaho stock photo

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