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Esh-Ta-Hum-Leah, a Sioux chief / drawn, printed & coloured at I.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment in 1838.

Esh-Ta-Hum-Leah, a Sioux chief / drawn, printed & coloured at I.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment in 1838.

Flies Above, Chief of the Cut-Off Sioux, Buffalo Bill's Wild West :: Western History

Flies Above, Chief of the Cut-Off Sioux, Buffalo Bill's Wild West :: Western History

Etow Oh Koam was a Mahican chief  of the Turtle Clan.  From the Four Mohawk Kings painted by Jan Verelst, three Mohawk chiefs of the Iroquois Confederacy and a Mahican of the Algonquian peoples, 1710

Etow Oh Koam was a Mahican chief of the Turtle Clan. From the Four Mohawk Kings painted by Jan Verelst, three Mohawk chiefs of the Iroquois Confederacy and a Mahican of the Algonquian peoples, 1710

Wasicu Tasunke (aka American Horse) - Oglala - 1900 {Note: It is said that American Horse received his name in his youth, when during a battle with a group of U.S. Calvary, he captured a Calvary Horse, and rode it as his own for many years afterwards.}

Wasicu Tasunke (aka American Horse) - Oglala - 1900 {Note: It is said that American Horse received his name in his youth, when during a battle with a group of U.S. Calvary, he captured a Calvary Horse, and rode it as his own for many years afterwards.}

Jim Yellakanim: Nooksack chief, ca. 1898. Jim Yellakanim was a noted leader of the Nooksack people whose traditional territory followed along the Nooksack River in northern Washington state and extended into British Columbia. He died in April 1911 at the home of his granddaughter.

Jim Yellakanim: Nooksack chief, ca. 1898. Jim Yellakanim was a noted leader of the Nooksack people whose traditional territory followed along the Nooksack River in northern Washington state and extended into British Columbia. He died in April 1911 at the home of his granddaughter.

Sioux Custer Monument

Sioux Custer Monument

Many of the Glasier photos were taken at Buffalo Bill’s Real Wild West show, including portraits of some of the American Indian performers in the show. This is Chief Iron Tail, who was a survivor of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. He was one of the models chosen for the image on the Buffalo Nickel. Check out this awesome WorthPoint article!

Many of the Glasier photos were taken at Buffalo Bill’s Real Wild West show, including portraits of some of the American Indian performers in the show. This is Chief Iron Tail, who was a survivor of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. He was one of the models chosen for the image on the Buffalo Nickel. Check out this awesome WorthPoint article!

Hatiкta Najin - Stands and Looks Back, вождь Оглала. Форт Найобрэра, 1900 гг.

Hatiкta Najin - Stands and Looks Back, вождь Оглала. Форт Найобрэра, 1900 гг.

Buffalo Bill & Pawnee Bill Wild West Show poster featuring Iron Tail, Last of the Great Chiefs. c. 1912.

Buffalo Bill & Pawnee Bill Wild West Show poster featuring Iron Tail, Last of the Great Chiefs. c. 1912.

The Mountain Sheep Hunter-Sioux, 1904, Edward Curtis

The Mountain Sheep Hunter-Sioux, 1904, Edward Curtis

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