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Francois Paulette Photo by: Christian Aslund — at Kiruna.

The women are closest to the land - we need them to become our leaders. And as men, we are servants and protectors of Mother Earth. Only in this harmony will we find balance.

The One Thing Native Americans Don’t Call Themselves - COLORLINES

The One Thing Native Americans Don't Call Themselves

Little Native Americans

Native American Indian List of names for children Native American Names for Girls ABEDABUN: Cheyenne name meaning sight of day.

Voices from the North

Sami People want to be Sami.

A Native American Princess.... Ho Chuck Nation Pow Wow, Black River Falls, Wisconsin.

Groups of Native American dancers at a Ho Chuck Nation Pow Wow in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. The photos were actually taken at three different Pow Wows over a three year period.

Quote by Sitting Bull. One of the best history books I have ever read was "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" by Dee Brown.  To find the true history of our country, you should read the book.

Sitting Bull (Tatanka lyotanka) historical leader of the Hunkpapa band of Lakota Sioux Indians. There won't be anything here for our children unless you wake up AMERICA! Muslims are taking over this country.

Stefan Mikaelsson Photo by: Christian Aslund — at Kiruna.

Christian Aslund is a photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Voices of the North

Josefina Skerk Photo by: Christian Aslund — at Kiruna.

Voices from the North

Zenia Borenin Photo by: Christian Aslund — at Kiruna.

Salish chief Eagle with a golden eagle headdress

NA Indian * Chief Eagle ~ Salish chief; wore a headdress of highly prized golden eagle feathers, which signify that he was oiutstanding in battle. A complete tail of twelve eagle feathers could be traded for a pony ~ Artist by: steeelll *

The 12 Lakota Virtues

Essential to balance and happiness, there are 12 Lakota Virtues that were a part of everyday life for our Native American ancestors. These are the 12 Lakota Virtues: Humility (Unsiiciyapi) – The first and most important step in life and especially on.

Jouni Lukkari Photo by: Christian Aslund

Jouni Lukkari Photo by: Christian Aslund