Esplora queste idee e molte altre!

CREE , 1878

CREE , 1878

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Black Cherokee Indians | title=

Honey Bear had never before seen other children the same size as he was!  His grin spread from ear to ear as Jethro lifted him down from the wagon.  The curious Sioux children ran to greet him.

Honey Bear had never before seen other children the same size as he was! His grin spread from ear to ear as Jethro lifted him down from the wagon. The curious Sioux children ran to greet him.

African-Native Americans : We are still here. (part 4) In the earlier days of this process, Native American communities that were found to be harboring escaped African slaves were threatened with loss of their tribal status, thereby nullifying their treaties with the U.S. government and relinquishing all claims to their land.

African-Native Americans : We are still here. (part 4) In the earlier days of this process, Native American communities that were found to be harboring escaped African slaves were threatened with loss of their tribal status, thereby nullifying their treaties with the U.S. government and relinquishing all claims to their land.

Cree boys - 1905

Cree boys - 1905

Proud Native American, Proud African-American by yooperann

Proud Native American, Proud African-American by yooperann

"Souwangesheick and His Squaws, Cree Indians."

"Souwangesheick and His Squaws, Cree Indians."

Chippewa Cree men, including Peter Kenewash (far right), from Rocky Boy Reservation in Montana - circa 1920

Chippewa Cree men, including Peter Kenewash (far right), from Rocky Boy Reservation in Montana - circa 1920

Sad, but very true. I'm so sorry for what the European immigrants did to them!

Sad, but very true. I'm so sorry for what the European immigrants did to them!

Thomas W Ireland and 2 Cree Men 1885

Thomas W Ireland and 2 Cree Men 1885

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