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Salish chief Eagle with a golden eagle headdress

Salish chief Eagle with a golden eagle headdress

Kicking Bear was a Native American medicine man who was born Oglala Sioux, but became a sub-chief among the Minneconjou Sioux during the period known as the Sioux Wars (1854-1890). Both the Oglala and the Minneconjou belonged to the Lakota Nation. He was a first cousin and close friend of Chief Crazy Horse. by vera

Chief Mato He Hlogeca or Hollow-Horn Bear Sicangu Lakota (Brulé Sioux),1898

Chief Mato He Hlogeca or Hollow-Horn Bear Sicangu Lakota (Brulé Sioux),1898 by vera on Indulgy.com

(Sinté Mazá,Oglala Lakota),Chief Iron Tail ,Who was one of the most famous Native Americans of his day and a popular subject for professional photographers ,Chief Iron Tails distinctive profile became well known across the United States as one of three models for the five-cent coin Buffalo nickel or Indian Head nickel.Photograph 1900.

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(Sinté Mazá,Oglala Lakota),Chief Iron Tail ,Who was one of the most famous Native Americans of his day and a popular subject for professional photographers ,Chief Iron Tails distinctive profile became well known across the United States as one of three models for the five-cent coin Buffalo nickel or Indian Head nickel.Photograph 1900.

Curley - Apsaroke, Native American of the Crow tribe, photographed by Edward Curtis in 1905. Apsaroke man, half-length portrait, wearing headdress, facing front.

Curley - Apsaroke, Native American of the Crow tribe, photographed by Edward Curtis in 1905. Apsaroke man, half-length portrait, wearing headdress, facing front.

Two Moons- Northern Cheyenne Chief 1910, pic. Taken by Edward Curtis.

Two Moons- Northern Cheyenne Chief 1910, pic. Taken by Edward Curtis.

A Shawnee Indian warrior. Photo by David M. Doody. Copyright 2013 The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

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A Shawnee Indian warrior. Photo by David M. Doody

A Shawnee warrior. Photo by David M. Doody

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A Shawnee Indian warrior. Photo by David M. Doody

Hatona (Many Horns),(Blackfoot Sioux) 1872

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Bull Tongue (c. 1838 - ? ) - Apsaroke (Crow) warrior - Photo by Edward S. Curtis - 1908 - (B/W copy)

Bull Tongue (c. 1838 - ? ) - Apsaroke (Crow) warrior - Photo by Edward S. Curtis - 1908 - (B/W copy)

Chief Eagle Thunder, a Native American (Sioux) man - Frank A Rinehart - 1900

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Rabbit Carrier, Blackfoot, 1888

Stunning vintage portraits of Canada’s First Nation People

Chief Owl—Blackfoot circa 1886. During the 1880s, Canadian Alex Ross photographed many of the First Nations people who lived around Calgary. In particular, Ross documented many of the men, women and families of the Blackfoot—mainly of the Siksiká Nation—and the Tsuu T’ina—or as they were originally called, Sarcee. Ross started his photographic career as an assistant in Winnipeg, but decided in his early 30s to relocate to Calgary and establish his own studio. The practicalities of taking…

Chase At Dawn - Oglala – 1909 (Antique photo of Native American)

Black Elk - Oglala Lakota (Sioux) (December 1863 – August 19, 1950) Black Elk was a famous Medicine Man and Holy Man of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux). He was Heyoka and a second cousin of Crazy Horse. Black Elk said that during his life, he had several visions in which he learned things that would help his people. In his "great vision," at the age of nine, he said he met the spirit that guided the universe and saw a great tree that symbolized the life of the earth and of the Indian people.

Black Elk - Oglala Lakota (Sioux) (December 1863 – August 19, 1950) Black Elk was a famous Medicine Man and Holy Man of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux). He was Heyoka and a second cousin of Crazy Horse. Black Elk said that during his life, he had several visions in which he learned things that would help his people. In his "great vision," at the age of nine, he said he met the spirit that guided the universe and saw a great tree that symbolized the life of the earth and of the Indian people.

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BY JAMES AYERS........PARTAGE OF JAMES AYERS STUDIO........ON FACEBOOK.............

Kiowa Chief Satanta (White Bear) Will Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory c. 1870

Kiowa Chief Satanta (White Bear) Will Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory c. 1870