Geronimo (1829-1909) was leader of the Bedonkohe Apache tribe. Died of pneumonia in 1909 at Fort Sill, OK

Geronimo (1829-1909) was leader of the Bedonkohe Apache tribe. Died of pneumonia in 1909 at Fort Sill, OK

"My Father Gave Me the Strength of the Mountain;  My Father Gave Me the Knowledge of Hunting;  My Father Gave Me the Patience of the Wise Man;  My Father Taught Me the Lessons of Life to Fulfill it's Purpose."~~Indian boy and father (No date to photo, No tribe to attribute given)

"My Father Gave Me the Strength of the Mountain; My Father Gave Me the Knowledge of Hunting; My Father Gave Me the Patience of the Wise Man; My Father Taught Me the Lessons of Life to Fulfill it's Purpose."~~Indian boy and father (No date to photo, No tribe to attribute given)

Sarcee Mom and Child, c.1900. Need to use this along with pic of mom and kids Dust Bowl image. Great lesson idea somewhere in there.

Sarcee Mom and Child, c.1900. Need to use this along with pic of mom and kids Dust Bowl image. Great lesson idea somewhere in there.

oogishkamaanisee: “ sisterwolf: “ First Nations Man and His Wife, 1886. ” omg look at her face she knows whats up ”

oogishkamaanisee: “ sisterwolf: “ First Nations Man and His Wife, 1886. ” omg look at her face she knows whats up ”

Chief Seattle, in 1864; a poignant speech that he supposedly made, about the Native Americans' stance about environmentalism, was found to be the fabrication of a filmmaker. Photo by L.B. Franklin. Public domain.

Chief Seattle, in 1864; a poignant speech that he supposedly made, about the Native Americans' stance about environmentalism, was found to be the fabrication of a filmmaker. Photo by L.B. Franklin. Public domain.

This is Buffalo Calf Road Woman, the Cheyenne woman who struck the blow that knocked Custer (also known as the coward Wanker Custerson of the United States of Colonize the Shit Out of America) off his horse before he was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn.    She was also instrumental in securing victory for the Sioux and Cheyenne at the Battle of Rosebud, a battle known among the Cheyenne as ‘the battle where the brave sister saved her brother’.

This is Buffalo Calf Road Woman, the Cheyenne woman who struck the blow that knocked Custer (also known as the coward Wanker Custerson of the United States of Colonize the Shit Out of America) off his horse before he was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn. She was also instrumental in securing victory for the Sioux and Cheyenne at the Battle of Rosebud, a battle known among the Cheyenne as ‘the battle where the brave sister saved her brother’.

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