Chief White Bull, nephew of Sitting Bull

Chief White Bull: 1849 – He was the nephew of Sitting Bull and participated in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Some believe he killed Custer. Prior to becoming a combatant against Custer, White Bull was already an accomplished fighter.

Crow Ghost - born in 1843 in N Dakota. At the age of 17 he accompanied a war-party & himself killed Sioux. This gave him the right to assume his father's name Crow Ghost & in the following year, he took a wife. In the Sun Dance he fasted 4 days & 4 nights & on the last night an old man appeared to him in a vision & said that in order to gain his desires he must sacrifice his flesh to the sun. Awaking, Crow Ghost had one of the men cut a piece of flesh from his shoulder & offered it to the…

Buy prints of Crow Ghost - Arikara (The North American Indian, v. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, by Edward Sheriff Curtis online.

Paiute woman - 1873:

The Bishop Paiute Tribe is sovereign tribal nation located in Bishop California. The tribe has a variety of businesses, departments, and programs for tribal and non-tribal members. The tribe is governed by an elected council.

Mary Butler with her infant Lyda in a traditional cradle. Photograph probably taken on the Makah Indian Reservation.

Mary Butler with her infant Lyda in a traditional cradle. Photograph probably taken on the Makah Indian Reservation. ** The cradle looks so strong, sturdy and comfortable.

Photograph (black and white); portrait of two Ute women seated on the ground underneath a tree, both wearing hide dresses, they are holding hands; one of the women is wearing bead neck ornaments, and is created a piece of quillwork; a basket is on the ground next to the women; an Ute man is standing behind the women, wearing a hide fringed tunic, leggins, moccasins, and beads in his hair; trees are in the background; Utah, United States of America.  Albumen print

Photograph (black and white); portrait of two Ute women seated on the ground underneath a tree, both wearing hide dresses, they are holding hands; one of the women is wearing bead neck ornaments, and is created a piece of quillwork; a basket is on the ground next to the women; an Ute man is standing behind the women, wearing a hide fringed tunic, leggins, moccasins, and beads in his hair; trees are in the background; Utah, United States of America. Albumen print

such happy eyes!

Here for your consideration is an imposing picture of Ghost Bear. He is a Crow Warrior. The picture was taken in Montana and shows the Indian in Full War Bonnet. It was created in 1908 by Edward S.

Creek Indian Dress. Just beautiful! My g-grandmother was full-blooded Creek Indian. I would have loved to have known her and been able to listen to her life stories.

Original Story With Photo: Creek Indian Dress. My g-grandmother was full-blooded Creek Indian. I would have to have loved to have known her and been able to listen to her life stories.

Ra-De-Da, a Ute woman and her baby, Pio Pinos. Photo taken 1899.

Half-length studio portrait of Ra-De-Da, a Ute Native American woman and her baby, Pio Pinos; the baby is strapped in a cradleboard.

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