Walther Hanssen

Walther Hanssen

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Little Jimmy Mckinn, 11 year old son of John and Lucretia McKinn captured by Geronimo in 1886. This is the only photo ever taken of a captive while still being held in captivity.  He was later returned to his parents after being rescued when Gen Crook induced Geronimo to finally give himself up.  Photo by C.S. Fly, 1886.

silentcuriosity: “ The captive white boy, Santiago McKinn, poses with a group of children in Geronimo’s Camp. Behind him is a partially constructed tent. The photo by.

This photograph shows a Sioux Medicine Man. His name was Slow Bull. The picture was taken in 1907 by Edward Curtis

You are looking at an intriguing picture of Slow Bull, a Dakota Sioux Medicine Man. It was taken in 1907 by Edward S. The picture presents the Medicine Man standing outside his tipi gazing upward, apparently in Prayer. what a beautiful image

Ishi (ca. 1860 – March 25, 1916) was the last member of the Yahi, the last surviving group of the Yana people of the U.S. state of California. Ishi is believed to have been the last Native American in Northern California to have lived most of his life completely outside the European American culture.

Ishi - was last surviving member of Yahi or Yana people in California. Ishi is believed to have been last native in N. California to have lived most of his life completely outside European American culture

THE INSPIRATION FOR CHARACTER WOODROW CALL, OF "LONESOME DOVE". Charles Goodnight, also known as Charlie Goodnight (March 5, 1836 – December 12, 1929), was a cattle rancher in the American West, perhaps the best known rancher in Texas. He is known as the "father of the Texas Panhandle." Essayist and historian J. Frank Dobie said that Goodnight "approached greatness more nearly than any other cowman of history." He also invented the chuck wagon and helped preserve the buffalo from extinction.

Charles Goodnight (March 1836 – December was a cattle rancher in the American West, perhaps the best known rancher in Texas. He is sometimes known as the "father of the Texas Panhandle.