Spotted Tail's wife and family, Native American (Sioux) woman, boys, girls, and baby pose outdoors, possibly at Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Each person is wrapped in a blanket. The boys wear hair pipe chokers. Date [between 1875 and 1885]

Spotted Tail's wife and family, Native American (Sioux) woman, boys, girls, and baby pose outdoors, possibly at Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Each person is wrapped in a blanket. The boys wear hair pipe chokers. Date [between 1875 and 1885]

The Sioux Indian tribe is actually made up of smaller tribes. It is also referred to as the Seven Council Fires. Today there are three main groups of Sioux Indian tribe including Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota.

Little Wound, Black Bear, Heart, American Horse and other Sioux chiefs wearing feather headdresses and traditional accessories in 1889 (check out the guy in goggles!

When I was a boy, the Sioux owned the world. The sun rose and set in their land; they sent ten thousand men into battle.  Where are the warriors today? Who slew them? Where are our lands? Who owns them? --Sitting Bull

Sitting Bull and his wife, Seen By Her Nation - Hunkpapa - 1882 Akenaten Bluehorse

Very powerful #oldimages  #nativeamericans

A 1875 photograph of Chiefs Red Cloud (Oglala Sioux), Sitting Bull (Hunkpapa Sioux), Swift Bear (Arapaho), and Spotted Tail (Brule Sioux), along with their interpreter Julius Meyer.

Nube Roja (derecha) junto a su compatriota sioux oglala, el jefe Caballo Americano.

Two Oglala chiefs ~ American Horse (wearing western clothing and gun-in-holster) and Red Cloud (wearing headdress). Full-length portrait, facing front, shaking hands in front of tipi ~ probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation Photo: Grabill, John C.

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