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Sioux Man in full War Dress, 1882

1885 Photo of Comanche Chief Wild Horse

1885 Photo of Comanche Chief Wild Horse

Sioux warriors, 1900

11 x 14 Photo 1900 Sioux Indian Warriors Black Horn and James Lone Elk

Comanche Indian

A Native American man and his horse, in what I presume is the nineteenth century.

Traditional Native Healing's photo.

Lakota man at a Pow Wow. He is dressed in traditional clothing of the tribe, including head piece, feathers and a bone breast place.

Chief Sitting Bull by Hastiin Tilden, via Flickr

Sitting Bull (Tatanka-Iyotanka), Lakota (Sioux) Chief - On July

Zuya Hiyaya & daughter Sicango circa 1905

Zuya Hiyaya (aka Goes To War) and his daughter - Sicangu - circa 1905

Arikara Native Americans

Facts for Kids: Arikara Indians (Arikaras)

THE  TEN  INDIAN  COMMANDMENTS  -	  Treat the earth and all that dwell thereon with      respect   -	Remain close to the Great Spirit  -	Show great respect for your fellow beings -	Work together for the benefit of all Mankind  -	Give assistance and kindness wherever needed  -	Do what you know to be right   -	Look after the well-being of mind and body  -	Dedicated a share of your efforts to the greater  good  -	Be truthful and honest at all times  -	Take full responsibility for your actions

THE TEN INDIAN COMMANDMENTS - Treat the earth and all that dwell thereon with respect - Remain close to the Great Spirit - Show great respect for your fellow beings - Work together for the benefit of all Mankind - Give assistance and kindness wherever needed - Do what you know to be right - Look after the well-being of mind and body - Dedicated a share of your efforts to the greater good - Be truthful and honest at all times - Take full responsibility for your actions

Big Tobacco. 1900

Big Tobacco, a Dance Hall Chief, circa The U. Government allowed Native Americans to build halls to host tribal dances.

In honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow

Quanah Parker February 1911 Quanah Parker was the son of Cynthia Ann Parker and Comanche chief Peta Nocona. The name Quanah mean.

Vintage photo booth, Native American in headdress.

SIOUX (photo by Frank B Fiske) c.1980

Photograph of Gray Hawk by Frank B. Fiske of Fort Yates, North Dakota. //Absolutely love this photo EL//

Portrait of Ke-Wa-Ko (Good Fox) in partial native dress with peace medal, breastplate and ornaments and holding fan.

Portrait of Ke-Wa-Ko (Good Fox) in partial native dress with peace medal, breastplate and ornaments holding fan. part of Caddoan and Pawnee Tribes.

Wasu Maza (aka Iron Hail, aka Dewey Beard) - Mniconjou - 1948

Looks alot like granddad Hail Native American Indian - Old Photos Wasu Maza (aka Iron Hail, aka Dewey Beard) - Mniconjou - 1948

Princess Naomi, a member of the Algonquin-speaking peoples, operated a Native American store and museum in the Inwood Hills Park, Manhattan, New York. Pictured here: Princess Naomi and her grandchildren in 1930's. Photograph by Reginald Bolton

Princess Naomi, A Member Of The Algonquin-Speaking People, Operated A Native American Store And Museum In The Inwood Hills Park, Manhattan, New York. Pictured Here: Princess Naomi And Her Grandchildren In Photograph By Reginald Bolton