American Indians : Prairie Turtle - Otoe 1894.

Kekre (The Prairie Turtle), Otoe, in Native Dress with Turban Headdress and Breastplate, and with U S Grant Peace Medal and Holding War Club - Hillers - 1894

Winding Stream - Sauk 1890

Portrait (Front) of Osh-U-Ton (Winding Stream), Sac and Fox, in Partial Native Dress with Bear Claw Necklace, Headdress and Ornaments and Holding Pipe - 1890

Ten Ponca chiefs, along with their two interpreters, were photographed during a visit to Washington, D.C., in November 1877. Chief Standing Bear is seated ...chief standing bearquotes - Google Search

Ten Ponca chiefs, along with their two interpreters, were photographed during a visit to Washington, D., in November Chief Standing Bear is seated third from left; his brother Big Snake is standing far left.

Chickasaw - The Chickasaw are a Native American tribe of the Southeastern United States, originally concentrated in areas of Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. They were they were forcibly removed to Oklahoma during the first decades of the 19th century.

L-R: Standing Bear, Walk In The Wind (orphan grandson of Standing Bear), Susette Primeaux (the daughter of Lone Chief or Antoine Primeaux, and the wife of Standing Bear) - Ponca - circa 1879 —

Naomi- Native American Indian - Dreaming Festival by Cameron Herweynen - photographer, via Flickr

Indians were thought to be the first people to inhabit what is today known as North America. At one point it is estimated that there were more than ten million Native American Indians living on the land throughout the country

According to Norman Feder, “.grizzly claw necklaces were apparently never vary numerous within any one tribe because of the difficulty in obtaining the claws.” (Feder & Chandler, p.

RED BEAR , 1908
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