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White Buffalo Calf Woman appeared from the north as a beautiful young woman dressed in a brilliant white dress to give the tribe the sacred pipe & rituals which form the basis of their religion. She also took the form of a sacred white buffalo calf. Native Indian, Native Art, Indian Art, Choctaw Indian, Native American Spirituality, Monuments, Statues, Native American History, American Indians

The White Buffalo Calf Woman

Bronze statue of the White Buffalo Calf Woman, by Lee Leunig and Sherri Treeby The White Buffalo Calf Woman is central to the spirituality and culture of the Lakota Sioux people. Lakota oral tradition relates that she appeared to them from the north as a beautiful young woman dressed in a brilliant white dress to give the tribe the sacred rituals which form the basis of their religion. She also took the form of a sacred white buffalo calf. When she left the tribe, she told them that she will…

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Chief Red Cloud, Mr. Goodwin, and Chief American Horse

Chief Red Cloud, Mr. Goodwin, and Chief American Horse

1899 photograph of Chief Red Cloud (Mahpiya Luta), Oglala Lakota, at Pine Ridge. Native American Music, Native American Pictures, Native American Quotes, Native American History, Native American Indians, Cheyenne Indians, Native Quotes, American Symbols, Indian Tribes

RED CLOUD (Mahpiya Luta), Oglala Lakota, at Pine Ridge, - Mar 19, 2013 | Be-Hold in NY

RED CLOUD (Mahpiya Luta), Oglala Lakota, at Pine Ridge, S.D., 1899. Unmounted 9 ¼ x 7 3/8 platinotype. “Sioux / Chief... on Mar 19, 2013

Wears War Bonnet (aka Julia Red Cloud, aka Julia Red Cloud-Long Soldier) and her sister, Louise Red Cloud (aka Louise Red Cloud-Richard), the daughters of Red Cloud and Mary Good Road-Red Cloud - Oglala - circa 1880 Native American Women, American Indians, Walk In The Spirit, Red Cloud, War Bonnet, Great Warriors, Sioux, Photo Archive, First Nations

Wears War Bonnet (aka Julia Red Cloud, aka Julia Red Cloud-Long Soldier) and her sister, Louise Red Cloud (aka Louise Red Cloud-Richard), the daughters of Red Cloud and Mary Good Road-Red Cloud - Oglala - circa 1880