Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco. Sarah Winnemucca, also called Sarah Hopkins Winnemucca or Sally Winnemucca, original name Thoc-me-tony, Thocmectony, or Tocmectone (“Shell Flower”) (born c. 1844, Humboldt Sink, Mexico [now in Nevada, U.S.]—died October 16, 1891, Monida, Montana, U.S.) Native American educator, lecturer, tribal leader, and writer best known as Indian teacher, lecturer, author "Life Among The Piutes" and being the daughter of the Paiute Chief Winnemucca.

A Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco) photo of Winnemucca Indian teacher, lecturer, author "Life Among The Piutes [sic]", and daughter of the Paiute chief of the same name.

c. 1909 Chinook Indian woman at Wishram village, Columbia River (near Celilo Falls, destroyed when flooded by The Dalles Dam)   photo: Edward S. Curtis (Native Americans of Oregon and Washington)

1909 Chinook Indian woman at Wishram village, Columbia River (near Celilo Falls, destroyed when flooded by The Dalles Dam) photo: Edward S. Curtis (Native Americans of Oregon and Washington)

Cute little girl Mnashwai - Wishham

c 1909 Chinook Indian child near the now flooded Celilo Falls,Columbia River, Wishram Village. photo by Edward S. Native Americans of Oregon and Washington State. Note the Indian basketry hat, and necklace of dentalium shells)

Amérindienne - Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins . Son premier et unique livre est la première autobiographie écrite par une femme native américaine , qui s'intitule "Life among the Piutes" , publie en 1883

Sarah Winnemucca, Paiute Storyteller and Writer: A hero These stories make me cry, but her beautiful spirit and indomitable personality shine through

Yosemite Indian Captain Jim, Paiute, taken after his foray into Hetch Hetchy Valley 1901 by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

Yosemite Indian Captain Jim, Paiute, taken after his foray into Hetch Hetchy Valley 1901 by Yosemite Native American,

An old photograph of Edna Kash Kash - Umatilla Indian Reservation, Oregon.  (Native American) basketry hat, beaded dress

An old photograph of the Native American known as Edna Kash Kash - Umatilla Indian Reservation, Oregon.

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