This shows two unidentified Lakota Tribal members participating in the Cheyenne Frontier Days at Cheyenne, Wyoming. They are dressed in traditional ceremonial clothing, probably ready for a dance. This clothing includes feathers, beads, necklaces and headdresses. In the background can be seen trees. Date	circa 1905

Postcard of Sioux Indians in Cheyenne, Wyoming

Black Elk and Elk of the Oglala Lakota as grass dancers touring with the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, London, England, 1887. The men are wearing sheep and sleigh bells; otter fur waist and neck pieces; pheasant feather bustles at the waist; dentalium shell necklaces; and bone hairpipes with colored glass beads. Photograph collected on Pine Ridge Reservation in 1891 by James Mooney. Courtesy National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution

Black Elk and Elk, Oglala of the Oglala Lakota, photographed in London, England in their grass dance regalia while touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, 1887

Walking Shooter- Hunkpapa, 1872

Walking Shooter- Hunkpapa, 1872

Brothers, you are nameless now but not forgotten.

Edward Wolf Lies Down, Leo Bad Horse, Bird Far Away - Crow - no date.

Annie Eagle Elk - Oglala - 1898

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Authentic Native American Tribal Dances are something I have love to watch since I was a little girl.

Arlen Whitebreast, with Native Pride Productions, performs a tribal dance.

Manuelito's son (Navaho), known as Manuelito Segundo.

Manuelito Segundo, son of chief Manuelito and Juanita, Navajo, 1874

Buffy Sainte-Marie: Qu'appelle Valley, Saskatchewan: Video-Lyrics by Buffy Sainte-Marie

First Nations Indigenous Canadian singer Buffy Sainte-Marie images from 1970

Comanche man - no date

Comanche man -late no date on photo

The Lakota are the western-most of the three Sioux groups, occupying lands in both North and South Dakota. Description from I searched for this on

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Native American Indians by N A Forsyth, Rocky Boy, Chief of the Crees

Native American Indians by N A Forsyth, Rocky Boy, Chief of the Crees

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