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Pocahontas (born Matoaka, and later known as Rebecca Rolfe, c. 1595 – March 1617) was a Virginia Indian Picture of Matoaka Whittle Sims, born 1844, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, descended on both sides from namesake Pocahontas

Pocahontas (born Matoaka, and later known as Rebecca Rolfe, c. 1595 – March 1617) was a Virginia Indian Picture of Matoaka Whittle Sims, born 1844, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, descended on both sides from namesake Pocahontas

The Pikes Peak region is Ute Country. The Utes passed along the Garden of the Gods in the foothills of Pikes Peak, which they called Tava (Sun Mountain), as they traveled to and from their summer and fall hunting grounds to their winter campgrounds.

The People of the Horse - True West Magazine

The Pikes Peak region is Ute Country. The Utes passed along the Garden of the Gods in the foothills of Pikes Peak, which they called Tava (Sun Mountain), as they traveled to and from their summer and fall hunting grounds to their winter campgrounds.

High Hawk. It was taken in 1907...Beautiful

Counting Coup

This page features a fascinating image of High Hawk, standing, facing left, in ceremonial dress, war bonnet and holding a coup stick, and a nice collection of historic photos.

Last Lakota code talker Clarence Wolf Guts dies at 86. When the towers of the World Trade Center fell on Sept. 11, 2001, Clarence Wolf Guts asked his son to call the U.S. Dept. of Defense to see if the country needed his code talking abilities to find Osama Bin Laden. Wolf Guts was in his late 70s at the time, so his son, Don Doyle, did not make the call, but said the request personified his father's love of country. "He still wanted to help. He was trying to still be patriotic." ~Doyle.. <3

Todd County Tribune

Last Lakota code talker Clarence Wolf Guts dies at 86 When the towers of the World Trade Center fell on Sept. 11, 2001, Clarence Wolf Guts asked his son...

Chief Crazy Bear in Ghost Dance Suit. Killed at the battle of Wounded Knee. Dec. 28th, 1891. Pine Ridge, S.D.

Chief Crazy Bear in Ghost Dance Suit. Killed at the battle of Wounded Knee. Dec. 28th, 1891. Pine Ridge, S.D.

2nd Lt Billy Bob Walkabout - Cherokee Nation - Most Decorated Native American In Viet Nam War - Company F, 58th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division. - Arlington National Cemetery, Sec 66, P59

2nd Lt Billy Bob Walkabout - Cherokee Nation - Most Decorated Native American In Viet Nam War - Company F, 58th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division. - Arlington National Cemetery, Sec 66, P59

Apache Nalin   c. 1907-1930.

Apache Nalin

Description: This image was taken c. 1907-1930. Creator/Photographer: Edward S. Curtis Birth Date: 1868 Death Date: 1952 Medium: Photogravure Culture: American Indian Date: Prior to 1930 Persistent URL: www.sil.si.edu/imagegalaxy/imagegalaxy_imageDetail.cfm?id... Repository: Smithsonian Institution Libraries Collection: The North American Indian Photography of Edward Curtis - Edward S. Curtis, a professional photographer in Seattle, devoted his life to documenting what was perceived to be a…

Crow Indians

American Indian Children's Photos and Images

Native American Indian Tribes Photographs and Images of Children, Blackfoot, Cherokee, Osage, Navajo,

Bloody Knife, one of Lt. Col. George A. Custer's scouts with the Seventh Cavalry was killed at the battle of the Little Big Horn.

Bloody Knife, one of Lt. Col. George A. Custer's scouts with the Seventh Cavalry was killed at the battle of the Little Big Horn.

Santee woman scraping hide, 1935 by Marquette University Archives, via Flickr ~ Santee, a major group within the Sioux nation of North American Indians. Santee descendants numbered more than 3,200 individuals in the early 21st century.

Santee woman scraping hide, 1935

Woman (Santee) scraping hide, Spirit Lake Indian Reservation, St. Michael, North Dakota, 1935 Image courtesy Marquette University Archives, 00281

1908,This image shows the Atsina crazy dance,with Indians shooting arrows to the sky.

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