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Postcard of Native American Indian Louise Plentyholes Oglala Sioux Pineridge Res

Postcard of Native American Indian Louise Plentyholes Oglala Sioux Pineridge Res

Pow WoW Jingle Dress | Oglala Lakota Nation Pow Wow Photos -- National Geographic

Oglala Lakota Nation Pow-Wow, Pine Ridge, South Dakota - Definitely something I will NEVER forget experiencing. Once in a lifetime.

Blackfeet (Pikuni) woman - 1910

Old photo of a Piegan woman, full-length portrait, seated on blankets inside tipi, facing front. It was made in 1910 by Edward S.

19th-century Lakota tipi   Lakota tipi, ca. 1890–1910. South Dakota.

Lakota tipi, South Dakota, ca. Our ancestors believed in the Medicine Wheel and Circle of Life. When you fit one upon the other, you will see your world in its true form.

Indian Pictures: Photo's of Blackfeet Indian Tipis from Alberta, Canada

Photo's of Blackfeet Indian Tipis from Alberta, Canada Blackfoot Indian photographed in Alberta, Canada in 1912 Blackfeet Indian.

American Indian Girl, Possibly Dakota Sioux, 1899.

American Indian girl, possibly Dakota Sioux, 1899 vintage everyday: Native American Kids – 31 Rare Vintage Photos of Indian Children in the late Century PUBLIC DOMAIN

The word "teepee" comes from the Lakota language, and translates both as "they dwell" and "house." Upon first encountering these dwellings, Spanish explorer Don Juan de Onate proclaimed that they were 'built as skillfully as any house in Italy.' And although they may not be a common sight in the 21st century, their elegant design continues to impress.

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