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Portrait of Shawnee man Wapameepto (Gives Light As He Walks) or Wapamiqto (White Road), called Big Jim, Grandson of Chief Tecumseh, photographed March, 1898.

Portrait of a man of the Shawnee Nation: Wapameepto (Gives Light As He Walks) or Wapamiqto (White Road), called Big Jim, Grandson of Chief Tecumseh, photographed March,

She Went Through a Crowd, a Native American Sioux woman, posed outside on a fur skin rug over the snow covered ground, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Date 1891.

She Went Through a Crowd, a Native American Sioux woman, posed outside on a fur skin rug over the snow covered ground, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota.

Walking Buffalo aka George Maclean, the leader of the Bearspaw band of Stoney (Assiniboine), was educated at the Stoney residential school and named for Methodist missionary John Maclean.John Hunter (in beaded vest), George Maclean and family prepare a meal on the Stoney Reserve

In his day, one of the best known Canadian Indians was Walking Buffalo, aka George Maclean. He spent most of his time on the Stoney reserve and lived until living close to being 100 years old.

Yankton Dakota {Sioux} Two~Hide Pattern Dress with Fully Beaded Yoke Dress: Circa 1940 South Dakota Hide, seed beads, sinew Item number:

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