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Notizie da Ragusa e Provincia Ragusa, Comiso, Giarratana, Ispica, Modica, Pozzallo, Scicli, Vittoria - Quotidianodiragusa.it -

Notizie da Ragusa e Provincia Ragusa, Comiso, Giarratana, Ispica, Modica, Pozzallo, Scicli, Vittoria - Quotidianodiragusa.it -

jun 2, 1924: The Indian Citizenship Act  With Congress' passage of the Indian Citizenship Act, the government of the United States confers citizenship on all Native Americans born within the territorial limits of the country.

Presidential History Geeks - Cal Coolidge and Native Rights. On June 1924 that Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act into law, granting citizenship to all Native Americans born within the territorial limits of the United States.

In this circa 1885 photo of a Buffalo Bill Wild West show troupe, Buffalo Bill Cody stands flanked by some of his Indian performers. Shown in this portion of the photo are the Pawnee Indians (from left) Eagle Chief, Knife Chief and Young Chief, next to Cody. – Courtesy Buffalo Bill Museum & Grave –

In this circa 1885 photo of a Buffalo Bill Wild West show troupe, the Pawnee Indians (from left) Eagle Chief, Knife Chief and Young Chief, next to Cody.

Cody demonstrates hunting buffalo

Fantastic Firearms in Cody

William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody demonstrates buffalo hunting for the audience at his Wild West show, circa – BBCW, MS 6 William F. via True West Magazine

Some of the photographs of wild west legend Buffalo Bill's 1904 tour of Dundee - which wowed crowds with cowboys, horses and Native Indians -  that are to go on sale in the US next week.

Photographs of Buffalo Bill Cody’s tour of Scotland up for auction

Some of the photographs of wild west legend Buffalo Bill's 1904 tour of Dundee - which wowed crowds with cowboys, horses and Native Indians - that are to go on sale in the US next week.

William F. Cody speaking to a Native American during the filming of a movie about the Indian Wars.

William F. Cody faces a Native American man beside tipi during filming of "The Indian Wars." Two rifles lay on ground between them. Cody wears a hat and a fringed and beaded buckskin coat with a beaded glove in pocket.

William F. Cody shakes hands with a young boy on the board walk in front of the drugstore in Meeteetse, WY. The photo is archived at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West http://cdm17097.contentdm.oclc.org/…/coll…/BBOA/id/824/rec/1

William F. Cody with others in front of Bennett Drug Store, Meteetse WY.

William F. Cody and Prince Albert I of Monaco speak with Chief Plenty Coups on Sheridan Avenue in Cody, Wyoming. Chief Plenty Coups and four mounted Native Americans are in traditional regalia. Cody holds a rifle Prince Albert I presented to Chief Plenty Coups. Chief Plenty Coups holds his personal flag. Typed caption on mat, "Albert, Prince of Monaco, on a 1913 hunt in the Cody Country visits with his host Buffalo Bill and Indian members of the party on Cody's main street".

Prince Albert of Monaco and Crow chief "Plenty Coups" meet in Montana in 1913 , they were introduced by William "Buffalo Bill" Cody. Prince Albert of Monaco gifted a Winchester 1895 sporting rifle to Crow chief "Plenty Coups" during the meeting.

Chief Henry Plenty Coups' corpse loaded in sleigh.  Collection Little Big Horn College.  Montana State University Library.

Chief Henry Plenty Coups' corpse loaded in sleigh. Collection Little Big Horn College.

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