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Fish Rub Against Something, a Sauk and Fox Indian.

According to Norman Feder, “.grizzly claw necklaces were apparently never vary numerous within any one tribe because of the difficulty in obtaining the claws.” (Feder & Chandler, p.

Standing L-R: Jack Edmo (Shoshone), Joe Warren (Bannock) Sitting L-R: James Edmo (Shoshone), Fred Sonnip (Bannock) - circa 1895

Standing L-R: Jack Edmo (Shoshone), Joe Warren (Bannock) Sitting L-R: James Edmo (Shoshone), Fred Sonnip (Bannock) - circa 1895

Comanche girl

Comanche woman - circa 1885 {Note: While most Comanche women have straight hair, this woman's hair appears wavy. This effect is caused by braiding her hair when it is wet, then loosening the braids once the hair is dry.

Satank was for many years the principal war chief of the Kiowas, leader of the Kiowa Dog Soldier Society. En route to his trial after being charged for taking part in the Warren Wagon Train Massacre in Texas, Satank sang his death song, slipped the handcuffs from his wrists, then attacked a guard with a knife. In the ensuing struggle, he was shot and killed. Subsequently, he was interred at Fort Sill's military cemetery.

Poor Bear - Kiowa Apache 1863 Also listed as 'Sitting Bear' in government archives, same photo.

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A Pawnee young couple and child pose for a photo. The design on the cradleboard is unique to the Pawnee and relates to the myth of the morning star.

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