Ptesanwanyakapi (aka They See A White Buffalo Woman, aka Josephine Crow Feather, aka Mother Mary Catherine Sacred White Buffalo), the daughter of Joseph Crow Feather - Hunkpapa - 1890

Ptesanwanyakapi (aka They See A White Buffalo Woman, aka Josephine Crow Feather, aka Mother Mary Catherine Sacred White Buffalo), the daughter of Joseph Crow Feather - Hunkpapa - 1890

Wilma Mankiller, first female chief of the Cherokee Nation.

Wilma Mankiller, first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. "You don't have to have a title or a position to be affective.

Wes Studi is a full-blooded Cherokee who spoke only Cherokee until he went to school. After serving in Vietnam, he returned to Oklahoma where he worked as a reporter for The Cherokee Advocate

Wes Studi is a full-blooded Cherokee who spoke only Cherokee until he went to school. After serving in Vietnam, he returned to Oklahoma where he worked as a reporter for The Cherokee Advocate.

Fatherly love

Aboriginal and Tribal Nation News Traditional Native custom treats children as very sacred because They are the future of our cultures, they are the upcoming generation of leaders.

Nancy Callahan Dollar was the daughter of a Cherokee father named William Callahan and a half Cherokee Indian, half Irish mother. In her old age she began a tombstone fund, but after she died in January 1931 at the age of 108, a band of thieves broke into her home and stole the money. Her ghost, accompanied by that of her faithful dog "Buster" were seen in the community up until the time that a headstone was erected in 1973 by the town of Mentone, Alabama.

Nancy Dollar was known for being somewhat of a celebrity in the Fort Payne area. She was notorious for fortune-telling and was even nicknamed Granny by

1920's Photo KIOWA Native American Indian White Captive Child Millie Jane Durgan

1920's photo kiowa native american indian white captive child millie jane durgan

Native American Men, American History, 1920s, Native Americans, Quanah Parker, June 30, Famous Women, Vintage Pictures, Wild West

1826 best Blackfoot images on Pinterest

1826 best Blackfoot images on Pinterest

Tesuque women. 1884 #native #americans

1884 Tesuque Pueblo, a member of the Eight Northern Pueblos, and the Pueblo people are from the Tewa ethnic group of Native Americans

Quatie, Indian wife of Chief John Ross, burried at Mount Holly Cemeter, located at 12th Street and Broadway in Little Rock, AK

Quatie, Indian wife of Chief John Ross, buried at Mount Holly Cemeter, located at Street and Broadway in Little Rock, AK

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