Omaha Dance Bonnet & Scalp Lock

An old photograph of an Omaha Dance Bonnet and Scalp Lock By Frank Rinehart. It is not quite the traditional scalp lock as typically the rest of the hair would be shaved.

Young warrior Standing Elk, the son of Big Elk an Omaha Principal Chief. Photograph: 1898.

Young warrior Standing Elk, the son of Big Elk an Omaha Principal Chief. Photograph: Can you tell I have a bit of a trans time crush lol

19th Century Portraits of Native American Indians ~ By Photographer Frank A. Rinehart

Frank Albert Rinehart was an American artist famous for his photographs depicting Native American personalities and scenes, especially the leaders and members of the delegations who attended the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha

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Navajo (Diné) mother tying her daughter's hair using brush. Undated Source - University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center.

Newspaper article//oh, this is good.

Funny pictures about Where White Man Went Wrong. Oh, and cool pics about Where White Man Went Wrong. Also, Where White Man Went Wrong photos.

Navajo woman and child, 1914

Simple descriptions and pictures of Native American cradleboards, papoose carriers, and other Indian baby-carrying technology.

Hehaka Sapa (aka Black Elk, aka Nicholas Black Elk) - Oglala - circa 1932

Nicholas Black Elk [Hehaka Sapa] (c. December 1863 – 17 August or 19 August was a famous Wichasha Wakan (Medicine Man or Holy Man) and Heyoka of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux). He participated at about the age of twelve in the Battle of Little Big H

RPPC of John Smith (Ka-Be-Nah-Gwey-Wence) at 129 years old. He was a Chippewa Indian from Cass Lake, Minnesota.

This photo of John Smith (Ka-Be-Nah-Gwey-Wence), a Chippewa from Cass Lake, Minnesota, was taken when he was supposedly at 129 years old. He lived to be 137 years old. The man who lived in 3 Centuries!

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