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© Edward S. Curtis

Wyemah, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front. Photograph by Edward Sheriff Curtis, ca. From the Edward S. Curtis Collection at the Library of Congress More pictures by Edward S.

Chief Dragging Canoe, 1732-1790, Chicamagua Cherokee.

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Cherokee Woman & Horse by Skip Bradley. Visit the Adventuretravelshop.co.uk for amazing holidays all over the world by leading travel companies. Adventure travel is the only way to travel - it's thoughtful.

Cherokee Woman & Horse by Skip Bradley. Adventure travel is the only way to…

Brandon Merril was born in Colorado and raised on a ranch in Wyoming. She first gained national exposure when she was featured in an article about the Cheyenne Rodeo for "W" Magazine. She was subsequently signed by DNA Models and appeared in print ad campaigns for Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, and the Limited, and in such publications as "Vogue" and the Abercrombie & Fitch catalog. A renowned rodeo champion, Merrill makes her feature film acting debut in "Shanghai Noon"

Just a beautiful picture of a Native American Woman

`Chief Bear Ghost` Photogravure by Joseph K. Dixon, 1913

`Chief Bear Ghost` Photogravure by Joseph K.

typical of religious hypocrisy, love the hand that beats you down (Praise IT)

Strikes With Nose, Oglala Sioux chief, by Heyn Photo, 1899 (by trialsanderrors)

Ashishishe, aka “Curly,” a Crow scout for the US Army, and one of the survivors of Little Big Horn who gave a famous account of the defeat of Custer’s battalion.

Ashishishe, aka “Curly,” a Crow scout for the US Army, and one of the survivors of Little Big Horn who gave a famous account of the defeat of Custer’s battalion. ck pinned this already but this might be a clearer photo.

Remembering Miss Larkin - An everlasting Oklahoma legacy - News - City, State, County, Education - Urban Tulsa Weekly

Remembering Miss Larkin - An everlasting Oklahoma legacy - News - City, State, County, Education - Urban Tulsa Weekly - (Moscelyne Larkin was a famous Native American ballerina.

Christine Quintasket, (Mourning Dove) 1888-1936. Mourning Dove was a Salish Indian. Her father was a member of the Okanogan Indians but he left his wife and family. She was the first Native American Woman to write and publish novels.

"Everything on the earth has a purpose, every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the Indian theory of existence." -Mourning Dove (Salish) (Colville tribe and a white father) Native American tribe of the Pacific Northwest.

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