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REV.TURNER , WHITE CAP , MR.OTTARO , MR.GRAHAM - 1883

REV.TURNER , WHITE CAP , MR.OTTARO , MR.GRAHAM - 1883

White Cap, Sisseton.

An old photograph of the Native American known as White Cap - Sisseton 1885 [B].

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A copy of a photograph of Taoyateduta, also know as "Little Crow," chief of the Mdewakanton Dakota, on display at the Brown County Historical Society.

Black Bird (Son of White Cap) standing far left with White Cap seated in center and family - Sisseton 1885.

Black Bird (Son of White Cap) standing far left with White Cap seated in center and family - Sisseton

ANPETU TOKECA , 1860

John Other Day was a Wahpeton chief and farmer who led 62 whites, including Dr. John Wakefield, to safety from the Upper Agency on the second day of the war. He was one of very few native men in Minnesota married to white women.

Estado de México, Vintage.

Estado de México, Vintage. (NeoMexicanismos)

Oupi-yah-day-ya (aka Extends The Train Of His Headdress, aka Extended Tail Feathers, aka Tail Feathers Joined, aka Big Curley Head), in Washington, D.C. - Wahpeton - 1858

Oupi-yah-day-ya (aka Extends The Train Of His Headdress, aka Extended Tail Feathers, aka Tail Feathers Joined, aka Big Curley Head), in Washington, D.C. - Wahpeton - 1858

Black Indians are people of African-American descent, usually with significant Native American ancestry, who also have strong ties to Native American culture, social, and historical traditions. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Black Indians are people of African-American descent, usually with significant Native American ancestry, who also have strong ties to Native American culture, social, and historical traditions. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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