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Lake man named Chief Edward. The Lake Indians call themselves Senijextee and possibly identify as the "Lahanna" of Lewis and Clark in 1805. A small tribe of Salishan stock, originally ranging along Columbia River in northeast Washington from about Kettle Falls to the British line. In 1820 Fort Colville trading post was established by the Hudson Bay Company in their country, but they remained almost unchanged until Christianized in 1846.

Lake man named Chief Edward. The Lake Indians call themselves Senijextee and possibly identify as the "Lahanna" of Lewis and Clark in

Yakama man named Twitmix and horse, Washington, 1908.

My novel "Promise" leads to an awareness of this. Yakama man, Twitmix and his horse, Washington. Photo: - The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, or simply Yakama Nation (formerly Yakima), has nearly enrolled members.

Joseph Brant, born in 1742, was a Mohawk chief who helped gain   Indian support for the British in the French  Indian War between   1754  1763. From 1763 to 1776, Brant  his tribe assisted the   British in the American Revolution by attacking the American settlers. After the Revolution, unable to negotiate a land settlement with the American government, Brant obtained a land grant in Canada  he  his followers settled in the area now known as   Brantford, Ontario.:

Joseph Brant, born in 1742, was a Mohawk chief who helped gain Indian support for the British in the French Indian War between 1754 1763. From 1763 to 1776, Brant his tribe assisted the British in the American Revolution by attacking the American settlers. After the Revolution, unable to negotiate a land settlement with the American government, Brant obtained a land grant in Canada he his followers settled in the area now known as Brantford, Ontario.:

He was the son of Comanche Chief Peta Nocona and Cynthia Ann Parker who had been kidnapped at the age of 9. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Quanah Parker, son of Comanche Chief Peta Nocona and Cynthia Ann Parker who had been kidnapped at the age of

Ouray (Arrow) (c. 1833 - 1880) was a Native American chief of the Uncompahgre band of the Ute tribe, then located in western Colorado. Because of his leadership ability, Ouray was also acknowledged by the United States government as a chief of the Ute. Wikipedia

Native American, Chief Ouray of the Ute Indian Tribe was considered a peacemaker and was well respected by many people of his era. (Photo 1878 in Colorado Springs, Colorado) Read more at Chief Ouray Was a Big Part of the History of Colorado

Chinook man at Wishram village (near the now flooded Celilo Falls on the Columbia River)  photo: Edward S. Curtis (Native American, Indian)

Curtis was known to stage, pose, and fake some scenes. Chinook man at Wishram village (near the now flooded Celilo Falls on the Columbia River) photo: Edward S.

Chief Of Police With Indian Tribe 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Chief Of Police With Indian Tribe 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Sioux Indian Tribe Portrait Vintage Reprint Of Photo Sioux Indian Tribe Portrait Vintage Reprint Of Photo Here is a neat collectible featuring a portrait of a traditional Sioux Indian Tribe.

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