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Cochise, Chiricahua Apache, and His Wife

the legendary Cochise, Chiricahua Apache, and His Wife . This is the only picture I have ever seen of Cochise- if it is him- he had a great aversion to photography, as did many First Nation people.

Chief Garfield, Jicarilla Apache, New Mexico :: Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, T. Harmon Parkhurst Collection

Chief Garfield, Jicarilla Apache, New Mexico :: Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, T.

Apache Chief James A. Garfield, American Indians Series from Detroit Photographic Co, 1899

Antique prints of Apache Chief James A. Garfield, American Indians Series from Detroit Photographic Co, 1899

"Mangas, Chief of Warm Spring Apaches, Son of Mangas Colorow" :: Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, Ben Wittick Collection

"Mangas, Chief of Warm Spring Apaches, Son of Mangas Colorow" :: Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, Ben Wittick Collection

Montana 1928. Photograph of Cree Chief Mo-See-Ma-Ma-Mos, Young Boy, holding a buffalo skull. He was western artist Charlie Russell's good friend and favorite model.

Montana 1928 Photograph of Cree Chief Mo-See-Ma-Ma-Mos, Young Boy, holding a buffalo skull. He was western artist Charlie Russell's good friend and favorite model.

Red Cloud - Oglala - 1891

Red Cloud - Oglala - 1891 {Note: It is Said that Red Cloud Received His Name Because a Red Comet Traveled Through the Sky in the Year He was Born in By Artist Unknown.

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