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Chief Blackhorn, (Brulé Sioux) 1872

This is such a cool portrait Chief Blackhorn, (Brulé Sioux) 1872

You are viewing an original photograph of a Sioux Indian Tipi.  The photo is by Curtis, and was taken in 1907. The picture shows Slow Bull in front of his dwelling.

You are looking at an intriguing picture of Slow Bull, a Dakota Sioux Medicine Man. It was taken in 1907 by Edward S. The picture presents the Medicine Man standing outside his tipi gazing upward, apparently in Prayer. what a beautiful image

Native American map. found via tairrastrange. [Only a few of hundreds of tribal groups are shown.]

Native American map

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center , Sioux City, IA

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center Add to trip if VERY CLOSE 900 Larsen Park Road, Sioux City, IA 51103 712 224 attraction details Ranked

Situated mostly in the Northwest United States and in Canada after migrating from the Great Lakes region, the Blackfoot Indians have a rich history and culture.Blackfoot Indians were legendary buffalo hunters, and lived a mostly nomadic life following the buffalo herds.

List and maps of Native American tribes

How All 50 States Got Their Names  North and South Dakota both take their names from the Dakota, a tribe of Siouan people who lived in the region. No detailed etymology of Dakota is widely accepted, but the most common explanation is that it means “friend” or “ally” in the language of the Sioux.

How All 50 States Got Their Names

Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill, Montreal, QC, 1885

25 fotografías olvidadas por la historia

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Artist of the moment…..James Bama

Today's picture shows a Sioux Indian by the name of Bear Foot. Yes, that is Bear, not Bare. The Picture was taken in 1899. I like the fact he has his bow and arrow in the photograph. I wish it showed details on the arrow tips.

Another Pinner Wrote: Today's picture shows a Sioux Indian by the name of Bear Foot. Yes, that is Bear, not Bare. The Picture was taken in I like the fact he has his bow and arrow in the photograph. I wish it showed details on the arrow tips.

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