Old West Photographs:  Little Wound, an Oglala Lakota chief, is pictured here in 1877.  His life spanned the years of transformation of his people's culture from free nations, to oppressed civilians. He died in 1899. We have rarely seen a head dress so elaborate.

Old West Photographs: Little Wound, an Oglala Lakota chief, is pictured here in 1877. His life spanned the years of transformation of his people's culture from free nations, to oppressed civilians. He died in 1899. We have rarely seen a head dress so elaborate.

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Lunch Break grilled cheese sandwich, Argosy magazine cover by Arthur Sarnoff

Chief Poundmaker - Pîhtokahanapiwiyin, also known as The Drummer. Cree. Photo by Oliver Buell. Source - Library and Archives of Canada

Chief Poundmaker - Pîhtokahanapiwiyin, also known as The Drummer. Cree. Photo by Oliver Buell. Source - Library and Archives of Canada

BIG DIFFERENCE between how Natives & formalistic Whites worshipped.  Personally?  I stand with the Natives on most topics.

BIG DIFFERENCE between how Natives & formalistic Whites worshipped. Personally? I stand with the Natives on most topics.

There are currently 50 District Deputy Grand Masters in the State of Pennsylvania. Description from firstmasonic.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

There are currently 50 District Deputy Grand Masters in the State of Pennsylvania. Description from firstmasonic.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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