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Mahpiya Luta (aka Red Cloud, aka Scarlet Colored Cloud), the son of Lone Man and Walks As She Thinks - Oglala - 1877

Mahpiya Luta (aka Red Cloud, aka Scarlet Colored Cloud), the son of Lone Man and Walks As She Thinks - Oglala - 1877

Shavehead, an Arapaho man sitting in profile and wearing a feather headdress and a blanket. This photograph was shot by Rose and Hopkins during Denver's Festival of Mountain and Plain circa 1896-1899

Shavehead, an Arapaho man sitting in profile and wearing a feather headdress and a blanket. This photograph was shot by Rose and Hopkins during Denver's Festival of Mountain and Plain circa 1896-1899

Ivan Star Comes Out (Oglala), 1931 | by Marquette University Archives  Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, 1931

Ivan Star Comes Out (Oglala), 1931 | by Marquette University Archives Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, 1931

Long Soldier (Akicita Hanska)  Hunkpapa-Lakota Chief

Long Soldier (Akicita Hanska) Hunkpapa-Lakota Chief

Cabra Negra, Navajo Captain and Sub-chief Studio Photo, 1874 - Photographer: Bell, C. M. (Charles Milton)

Cabra Negra, Navajo Captain and Sub-chief Studio Photo, 1874 - Photographer: Bell, C. M. (Charles Milton)

Barbas Hueros or Light Beard Chief councillor of the Navajo 19870s. Avocate of settled peace policy Part of Delegation of Navajo to Washington, D.C 1874

Barbas Hueros or Light Beard Chief councillor of the Navajo 19870s. Avocate of settled peace policy Part of Delegation of Navajo to Washington, D.C 1874

Ulla-tiz'-neh. White Mountain Apache. ca. 1907-1910. Photo by Carl Moon.

Ulla-tiz'-neh. White Mountain Apache. ca. 1907-1910. Photo by Carl Moon.

Hostin-Nez, Head Counsilor, in Native Dress Inside Room 1911 - National Anthropological Archives

Hostin-Nez, Head Counsilor, in Native Dress Inside Room 1911 - National Anthropological Archives

A Ute woman and child. ca. 1900. Los Pinos River near Ignacio, Colorado. Source - Denver Public Library.

A Ute woman and child. ca. 1900. Los Pinos River near Ignacio, Colorado. Source - Denver Public Library.

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