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This photograph was taken in 1908 by Edward Curtis. It shows an Indian Chief named White Shield. I love the work Edward Curtis did in capturing these images of Native Americans.

Native American - Curtis by monazimba, via Flickr

Bird was supposed to have been Native American. thought he was Crow, but , said she thought he was Apache.haven't found him on any Indian Rolls, so have yet to prove it.p Strong Native American Man ;

Gazie (wife of Chihuahua) and her children - Apache - 1886

Wife of Geronimo & Two Children, Native American Apache Indian. It was the death of his fort wife that sent him on a revenge killing spree amongst the Mexicans. He hated them so much that he did not count their kills. She was a very beautiful woman ~j

Bull Chief of the Crow. (Library of Congress)

Above we show a dramatic photo of Bull Chief, an Indian Warrior. It was made in 1908 by Edward S. The illustration documents this Indian in a head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front. He is wearing a buffalo headdress with horns.

Native American woman holding baby, c1905.  Benjamin A. Gifford, The Dalles, Oregon.  Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

We wrap up the week with this photograph of an Indian mother and child. The photograph was taken in in Oregon. What an amazingly beautiful picture!

White Buffalo

White Buffalo, Cheyenne chief - Photo by Frank A. Rinehart, on the occasion of The Indian Congress occurred in conjunction with the Trans-Mississippi International Exposition of in Omaha, Nebraska, USA - (Original)

A Navaho Smile, 1904, Edward Curtis

I love Edward Curtis' account of the Native American people. What would we do without it. Navajo Girl - "Navaho Smile" taken in 1904 by Edward S.

Cavallo Pazzo - Crazy Horse

Red Cloud Perhaps one of the most capable warriors from the Oglala Lakota (Sioux) tribesmen ever faced by the US military, Makhpiya Luta, his Sioux name, led his people in what is known as Red Cloud’s War.

Old Picture of the Day

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