This is a very interesting site, explaining the indian calendars. Pictured above is two creek indian children.
Hillers, Uinta Ute warrior and his bride on horseback, northwest Utah,
he Sioux tribe was actually made up of three divisions of seven tribes. This is also known as the Seven Council Fires (Oceti Sakowin in the Sioux language) or the Great Sioux Nation. They speak four different dialects of the Sioux language.
Pete Mitchell (Dust Maker), Ponca - photo created by Frank A. Rinehart in 1898 - Boston Public Library
Leaford Bearskin (September 11, 1921 – November 9, 2012) was a Native American tribal leader and US Air Force officer. He was Chief of the Wyandotte Nation from 1983 to 2011.In 1960 Bearskin retired from the service with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Amongst his many honors and citations were the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Medal for Humane Action.
Iron Tail, Oglala 1913.
Dolly Bird Head and her son, Joseph Bird Head - Oglala Lakota - 1899
Glacier National Park and Several Blackfeet Indian Tipis, Item page for the James Willard Schultz Photographs and Personal Papers Collection
arronsingh: “ There is an ancient Indian saying~ Something lives only as long as the last person who remembers it. My people have come to trust memory over history. Memory, like fire, is radiant &...