Studio portrait, head and shoulders, of James A. Garfield, Chief of Apache Native American tribe, ca. 1900

Studio portrait, head and shoulders, of James A. Garfield Velarde, Chief of Jicarilla Apache Nation, ca.

Chief Seattle (1786 - 1866)   Chief of the Suquamish and Duwamish Indian tribes, his name was "Seeathl" and he is the namesake for the city of Seattle, Washington.

Photography: People – Three Eagles, a Nez Perce Warrior. Taken by Edward S. Curtis in ( Some Pinner colorized this photo. The original is similar to the rest -- Sepia)

Der deutsche Künstler Wendelin restauriert alte schwarz-weiß Fotos und koloriert sie. Das Originalfoto von "Medicine Crow, Crow Indian, Montana, ca 1908" ist hier zu finden: http://www.kingrosearchives.com/detail/1223-Edward-S.-Curtis;Edward-Curtis;Native-American;American-Indian;Indians-of-North-America;Medicine-Crow.html

German artist (Wendelin) colorizes vintage sepia and b&w photos, such as this Edward S. Curtis original photo of "Medicine Crow, Crow Indian, Montana, ca (see more examples at link)

Plenty Coups was a Crow chief and visionary leader. He allied Crow with the whites when the war for the West was being fought, because the Sioux and Cheyenne (who were opposing white settlement of the area) were the traditional…</p>

Plenty Coups Was A Crow Chief And Visionary Leader. He Allied Crow With The Whites When The War For The West Was Being Fought, Because The Sioux And Cheyenne (Who Were Opposing White Settlement Of The Area)


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