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Studio photograph of Pleasant Porter who was the Chief of the Creek Nation. He is wearing a Plains Indian feather bonnet. The photograph was taken prior to December 8, 1904.

Studio photograph of Pleasant Porter who was the Chief of the Creek Nation. He is wearing a Plains Indian feather bonnet. The photograph was taken prior to December

The white man LIED once againAnd the sad part about this you allow your children, child to accept these white lies in schools,universities...idiots raising idiots

the original founding fathers: Chief Joseph, Red Cloud, Sitting Bull and Geronimo (I'd add Chief Seattle too)

Chitto Harjo aka Crazy Snake.Muscogee Creek. 1898-1909 Led a group opposed  to allotment of Creek Land "Snake Rebellion"

Chitto Harjo (aka Crazy Snake), a man of the Muscogee Creek Tribe. Photo: He led a group opposed to the allotment of Creek Land in a movement called the "Snake Rebellion"

Yoholo-Micco, a Creek Chief, Charles Bird King Painting, 1826  Creek Native American Indian Tattoos

Yoholo-Micco, a Creek Chief, Charles Bird King Painting, 1826 Creek Native American Indian Tattoos

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