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Chief Sitting Bear, Kiowa.

An old photograph of the Native American known as Sitting Bear aka Satank aka Set-ankeah - Kiowa Chief.

Ne-bah-quah-om (aka Big Dog) - Ojibwa – 1865 A Chippewa Chief, who offered himself and his band of Warriors to Government, to fight the Sioux in their raid in Minnesota in 1862.

(Chippewa vs Sioux - p.) Ne-bah-quah-om (aka Big Dog) - Ojibwa – 1865 A Chippewa Chief, who offered himself and his band of Warriors to Government, to fight the Sioux in their raid in Minnesota in

Kiowa Indians and Geronimo. 15 Fine photographs of North American Indians, 14 of the Kiowa tribe (including two of Chief Lone Wolf) and one ...

Kiowa Indians and Geronimo. 15 Fine photographs of North American Indians, 14 of the Kiowa tribe (including two of Chief Lone Wolf) and one .

Lone Wolf, Comanche & Arappaho Chief [i. e. Kiowa]. no date.

Soule studio portrait (sitting) of Lone Wolf (Guipago), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a hair pipe breast plate, a metal bead bandolier, a fur pelt and a scarf over his braids, and beads in his hair.

Native American couple

Eonah-pah (Trailing the Enemy) and wife - Kiowa - 1870 Stumbling Bear - Kiowa - 1870 Gui-Kati (Sleeping Wolf) - Kiowa - 1872 Guipago (Lone Wolf) - Kiowa - 1872 Satanta (White Bear) - Kiowa -

"I love this land and the buffalo and I will not part with it. I want you to understand well what I say. Write it on paper... "A long time ago this land belonged to our fathers, but when I go up to the river I see camps of soldiers on it's banks. These soldiers cut down my timber, they kill my buffalo and when I see that, my heart feels like bursting." ~Kiowa Chief Satanta

Native American News Satanta (ca. 1820 – was a Kiowa war chief. One of the best known, and last, of the Kiowa War Chiefs, he developed a reputation as an outstanding warrior.

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