Pinterest

Erkunde Indianerstämme, Native Indian und noch mehr!

Two Ho-Chunk women in fancy dress.

Two Ho-Chunk women in fancy dress.

suchasensualdestroyer:    Portrait of unknown women (Ho-Chunk? Wisconsin?) in ribbonwork skirts c. 1900.

suchasensualdestroyer: Portrait of unknown women (Ho-Chunk? Wisconsin?) in ribbonwork skirts c. 1900.

Ho-Chunk woman, Ida Lizzie Decorra Blowsnake (Real Wampum Woman), (WooRooShiekESkaeWinKah)wearing traditional woman's regalia (hinukwaje) made from brightly painted fabric. Solid-color cloth was usually used to make Ho-Chunk women's dresses. Photo: ca. 1900.

Ho-Chunk woman, Ida Lizzie Decorra Blowsnake (Real Wampum Woman), (WooRooShiekESkaeWinKah)wearing traditional woman's regalia (hinukwaje) made from brightly painted fabric. Solid-color cloth was usually used to make Ho-Chunk women's dresses. Photo: ca. 1900.

Ho-Chunk men. The man on the left, John Stacy (ChoNeKayHunKah), is wrapped with a blanket around his shoulders. The man on the right, Henry Greencrow (CooNooZeeKah), has his hand on a chair. Both men are wearing traditional Ho-Chunk moccasins. Photo: 1890.

Ho-Chunk men. The man on the left, John Stacy (ChoNeKayHunKah), is wrapped with a blanket around his shoulders. The man on the right, Henry Greencrow (CooNooZeeKah), has his hand on a chair. Both men are wearing traditional Ho-Chunk moccasins. Photo: 1890.

An unidentified man if the Ho-Chunk Tribe with his daughters. No date or additional information.

An unidentified man if the Ho-Chunk Tribe with his daughters. No date or additional information.

Ho-Chunk Mother and Daughter - 1891 ca. Marie Molly Prophet Thunder (HoWaChoNeWinKah) hold her daughter Kate Thunder (WaRoSheSepEWinKah). - Photo Van Chaick, Charles     ..Black River Falls, Wisconsin          ..www.wisconsinhistory.org

Ho-Chunk Mother and Daughter - 1891 ca. Marie Molly Prophet Thunder (HoWaChoNeWinKah) hold her daughter Kate Thunder (WaRoSheSepEWinKah). - Photo Van Chaick, Charles ..Black River Falls, Wisconsin ..www.wisconsinhistory.org

A Ho-Chunk woman scraping meat from a deer’s hide in order to tan it, 1880 The Ho-Chunk, also known as Winnebago, are a Siouan-speaking tribe of Native Americans, native to the present-day states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and parts of Iowa and Illinois.

A Ho-Chunk woman scraping meat from a deer’s hide in order to tan it, 1880 The Ho-Chunk, also known as Winnebago, are a Siouan-speaking tribe of Native Americans, native to the present-day states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and parts of Iowa and Illinois.

Little Soldier (aka Strike The Tree) and wife - Winnebago - no date Read more: http://amertribes.proboards.com/thread/505/old-photos-winnebago-aka-chunk#ixzz3zdFxFKoS

Little Soldier (aka Strike The Tree) and wife - Winnebago - no date Read more: http://amertribes.proboards.com/thread/505/old-photos-winnebago-aka-chunk#ixzz3zdFxFKoS

Ho Chunk Lady. Wisconsin 1890's.

Ho Chunk Lady. Wisconsin 1890's.

Der Cheyenne Coyote

Nordamerika: Indianer in Fotos, Indianer-Bilder, Indianerbilder

"I could see that the white man did not care for each other the way our people did... They would take everything from each other if they could... some... had more of everything than they could use, while crowds of people had nothing at all... This could not be better than the old ways of my people." Black Elk

Übersetzung de.sott Diese Informationen wurden seit dem Vietnamkrieg vor der Öffentlichkeit geheimgehalten. Unsere Kultur lässt die Menschen glauben, dass die Frisur eine Angelegenheit der persönlichen Vorliebe, eine Angelegenheit der Mode...

Datei: Ah-Weh-Eyu.jpg

Datei: Ah-Weh-Eyu.jpg

standing buffalo, winnegago - Google Search

On a Shelf with No Paddle

standing buffalo, winnegago - Google Search

Cigarette Card - Indian Chief, Hairy Bear | British American… | Flickr

Cigarette Card - Indian Chief, Hairy Bear | British American… | Flickr

Sacheen Littlefeather - Native American activist (1973). Delicate dress, im impressed.

Sacheen Littlefeather - Native American activist (1973). Delicate dress, im impressed.

Lost in America...

Lost in America...