Blackfoot men singing Wolf song From: Walter McClintock papers:
Jim Blood And Friends (Blanket Suits) By McClintock, Walter, 1870-1949 Date: :
1899 photograph by Adolph Muhr of Running Deer, Kiowa, at Omaha, Nebraska, 1899. His braids are richly wrapped in otter fur while wearing a silk scarf and hairpipe breastplate. *s*
Native Americans / West
Despite many publications where this man is identified as the Minicoujou (Sioux) Big Foot, also known as Spotted Elk (killed at Wounded Knee), this is the Oglala (Sioux) Big Foot.
Wounded Knee - Faces of victims
Is-See-Dar (Isadore Three Woodcocks). - Flathead - 1907
In a past Life
La-roo-chuk-a-la-shar (aka Sun Chief, aka His Chiefly Sun) - Pawnee - circa 1872
The Fight for Freedome
Brave Astride a Beautiful Indian Pony.
The American Indian
Yankton Sioux Chiefs | Yankton Sioux Indian Photographic Portraits
History & Maps
reminds me of edward curtis...
Edward S. Curtis: Jicarilla maiden, New Mexico, ca. 1905 by trialsanderrors, via Flickr
Fotos con Historia - Curiosidades de la historia