Am I Native American? How to Find My Indian Ancestors – Native American Genealogy | PowWows.com

Am I Native American? How to Find My Indian Ancestors - Native American Genealogy

Am I Native American? How to Find My Indian Ancestors – Native American Genealogy | PowWows.com

Legendary Nez Perce rodeo rider Jackson Sundown in 1920, age 57.  He was from the Wallowa band and said to be a nephew of Chief Joseph.  At the age of 14, he had been among those with Chief Joseph trying to escape to Canada.  In 1916 at age 53 Jackson Sundown (Waaya-Tonah-Toesits-Kahn) was the World Champion Bronc Rider at the Pendleton Roundup.

Legendary Nez Perce rodeo rider Jackson Sundown in 1920, age 57. He was from the Wallowa band and said to be a nephew of Chief Joseph. At the age of 14, he had been among those with Chief Joseph trying to escape to Canada. In 1916 at age 53 Jackson Sundown (Waaya-Tonah-Toesits-Kahn) was the World Champion Bronc Rider at the Pendleton Roundup.

Chief Joseph's brother, Ollocut (Frog), was one of the foremost Nez Perce leaders of warriors during the flight toward Canada in 1877.  When Joseph made his famous surrender speech in 1877 and said that he who led the young men was dead, he was referring to his brother.  Joseph himself was not a leader of warriors but an organizer of logistics, camps, women and children.

Chief Joseph's brother, Ollocut (Frog), was one of the foremost Nez Perce leaders of warriors during the flight toward Canada in 1877. When Joseph made his famous surrender speech in 1877 and said that he who led the young men was dead, he was referring to his brother. Joseph himself was not a leader of warriors but an organizer of logistics, camps, women and children.

Can someone help me out on this? Who are the Nez Perce men in this group photo aside from Chief Joseph, who is on far right?    Thanks

Can someone help me out on this? Who are the Nez Perce men in this group photo aside from Chief Joseph, who is on far right? Thanks

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