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This photo of John Smith (Ka-Be-Nah-Gwey-Wence), a Chippewa Indian from Cass Lake, Minnesota, was taken when he was supposedly at 129 years old. I Lived 20 Miles from Cass Lake Interesting History, Interesting Faces, Native American History, American Indians, Native American Tribes, Native Indian, Indian Tribes, People Of The World, Before Us

Photograph of a Chippewa Indian from Cass Lake, Minnesota, taken supposedly when he was 129 years old [480x766]

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Kay-bah-nung-we-way (aka Sloughing Flesh, aka Old Wrinkle Meat, aka John Smith) - Ojibwa - 1912 Cass Lake. We Are The World, People Of The World, Native American History, American Indians, Native Indian, Interesting History, History Facts, First Nations, Black History

Paul Buffalo Biography -- Tim Roufs -- University of Minnesota Duluth

Kay-bah-nung-we-way (aka Sloughing Flesh, aka Old Wrinkle Meat, aka John Smith) - Ojibwa - 1912

Left Hand Bear, an Oglala chief, wearing a hair-pipe breastplate, Omaha, 1898. Native American Pictures, Native American Beauty, Indian Pictures, Native American Tribes, Native American History, American Indians, Art Indien, Oglala Sioux, Indian Artwork

Chief Left Hand Bear Chief 1898 Vintage Postcard

Chief Left Hand Bear Chief 1898 Vintage Postcard Gender: unisex. Age Group: adult.

Notable Native Americans on the Frontier – Page 2 – Legends of America Cheyenne Tribe, Dog Soldiers, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Plains Indians, Indian Paintings, Western Art, American History, Best Dogs

Notable Native Americans on the Frontier – Page 2

Names and summaries of notable Native Americans in American History

JD Challenger - Cowboys and Indians Magazine Native American Paintings, Native American Pictures, Native American Artists, Indian Paintings, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Plains Indians, Cherokee Indians, Cherokee Nation

JD Challenger - Cowboys and Indians Magazine

Photography: "Holds the Buffalo" by JD Challenger 1/1 Trading landscapes for Native culture, self-taught artist JD Challenger found his calling. “When I sit down to work with a model, I ask them, ‘What do you want to see? Tell me a story,’ ” says JD Challenger, a Taos, New Mexico-based artist who has gained international acclaim for his large-scale depictions of Indian chiefs, Native warriors, women, and medicine men. “Some are major stories and some are small stories. But it’s my…