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Blackfoot man, Brocky or "Tail Feather Coming Over the Hill" in partial native regalia. Photographed: December 29, 1891.

Record Blackfoot man, Brocky or Tail Feather Coming Over the Hill in partial Native Dress Dec 29 1891

Evie Lovett, Four Days, Blackfeet Reservation, indian, native american, culture, history, portrait, photo, black and white, culture n.d.

Evie Lovett, Four Days, Blackfeet Reservation, indian, native american, culture, history, portrait, photo, black and white, culture n.d.

Jim Rabbit - индеец Блад, 1924 год.

Jim Rabbit, Kainai Nation Magnificent portraits of First Nations people of Alberta

Kuan Alarkon Marivil Chief Two Guns White Calf. Blackfoot. 1923

Native American News Two Guns White Calf was a Blackfoot chief who provided one of the most readily recognizable images of Native American in the world after an impression of his portrait appeared on a common coin, the Indian head nickel.

Geronimo's daughter

Geronimo’s daughter, Lenna ca. 1900 was Bedonkohe-Mescalero and born 1886 at Fort Marion in St. while her father was a prisoner there. The medical staff named her Marion (after the fort) but she took the name Lenna.

Coming Running, Blackfeet woman with children, Glass lantern slide early 1900s Walter McClintock

Coming Running, Blackfeet woman with children, Glass lantern slide early Walter McClintock

Three children {Beadwork on the leggings and moccasins shows characteristics of one of the Lakota or Dakota Tribes}

Bessie Edmo, Eugene Edmo, and Helen Edmo (the children of Jack and Lizzie Edmo) of the Bannock Nation,

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