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Norma Smallwood Bruce (1908-1966) was a full blood Cherokee Indian from Tulsa, Oklahoma. While a student at Oklahoma State University, she entered the Miss America Pageant in 1926 & was crowned the first Native American to win the title. During the year of her reign, she demanded a fee for appearances, driven by her acute business sense  She reportedly made over $100,000, more than either Babe Ruth or the US President. She later married George H. Bruce, President of the Aladdin Petroleum…

Norma Smallwood Bruce (1908-1966) was a full blood Cherokee Indian from Tulsa, Oklahoma. While a student at Oklahoma State University, she entered the Miss America Pageant in 1926 & was crowned the first Native American to win the title. During the year of her reign, she demanded a fee for appearances, driven by her acute business sense She reportedly made over $100,000, more than either Babe Ruth or the US President. She later married George H. Bruce, President of the Aladdin Petroleum…

Please join us in finding the solution for Lakota foster children by creating foster care that is run by Lakota, for Lakota and become a MEMBER: http://lakotalaw.org/donate-new  We are honored to have Madonna Thunderhawk as our tribal liaison. Her strength and impact are both enduring and insightful. Please click through to the article Madonna wrote for the Daily Kos in response to National Geographic's article that reflected on the events of Wounded Knee…

Please join us in finding the solution for Lakota foster children by creating foster care that is run by Lakota, for Lakota and become a MEMBER: http://lakotalaw.org/donate-new We are honored to have Madonna Thunderhawk as our tribal liaison. Her strength and impact are both enduring and insightful. Please click through to the article Madonna wrote for the Daily Kos in response to National Geographic's article that reflected on the events of Wounded Knee…

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Sioux/dakotas, espalhavam-se pelos estados de Dakota do Norte e do Sul, no centro-norte dos Estados Unidos. Eram os mais agressivos contra os brancos e tinham cerimônias que incluíam rituais de tortura como prova de bravura. Num desses rituais, mostrado no filme Um Homem Chamado Cavalo (1970), o índio tinha a pele atravessada por pinos de madeira presos a cordas, que eram estendidas para erguer o corpo até gerar dilacerações. Os sioux resistiram aos brancos até 1890, quando foram…

The Sioux Chief and Woman Native American Photochrome Portrait Print

Sioux/dakotas, espalhavam-se pelos estados de Dakota do Norte e do Sul, no centro-norte dos Estados Unidos. Eram os mais agressivos contra os brancos e tinham cerimônias que incluíam rituais de tortura como prova de bravura. Num desses rituais, mostrado no filme Um Homem Chamado Cavalo (1970), o índio tinha a pele atravessada por pinos de madeira presos a cordas, que eram estendidas para erguer o corpo até gerar dilacerações. Os sioux resistiram aos brancos até 1890, quando foram…

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