Kicking Horse, Flathead Salish

Kicking Horse, Flathead Salish chief - Photo by Frank A. Rinehart, on the occasion of The Indian Congress occurred in conjunction with the Trans-Mississippi International Exposition of in Omaha, Nebraska, USA - (Original)

Ahlahlemila - Flathead (The North American Indian, v. VII. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, 1911)

Ahlahlemila - Flathead (The North American Indian, v. VII. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, 1911)

Ahlahlemila - Flathead (The North American Indian, v. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Acoma Brave Pueblo Indian    "I add my breath to your breath that we shall be as one people." --Pueblo proverb    Acoma Pueblo people are believed to have descended from the Anasazi, Mogollon, and other ancient peoples.

Here for your browsing pleasure is a grand photo of an Acoma Man. It was made in 1905 by Edward S. The photo documents the Acoma Brave in a head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front.

Indianer-Krieger

Tull Chee Hah, an Indian Warrior, photographed in 1905 by Edward S. The photograph presents Half-length portrait of man facing front.

Missing Horse Harley Flathead Selish 1899 By Photographer Frank A. Rinehart Omaha

Missing Horse Harley Flathead Selish 1899 By Photographer Frank A. Rinehart Omaha

Edward Curtis - Early 20th Century Portraits of Native Americans

Vintage portraits taken by American photographer Edward S. Curtis capture Native American life in the early

A great portrait of Rain-In-The-Face, a fearless Sioux Warrior.

A great portrait of Rain-In-The-Face, a fearless Sioux Warrior. Somehow, I believe he belongs on this board. I love rain & I have Sioux in my gene pool.

She Went Through a Crowd, a Native American Sioux woman, posed outside on a fur skin rug over the snow covered ground, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Date 1891.

She Went Through a Crowd, a Native American Sioux woman, posed outside on a fur skin rug over the snow covered ground, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota.

Sioux 'Plenty Wounds' 1901 - Gertrude Käsebier

American Indian Plenty Wounds, ca. Plenty was likely a member of of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show when his picture was taken by Gertrude Käsebier.

Geronimo

Geronimo, The famous Chiricahua Apache Chief - Native American Charcoal drawing from a photograph.

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