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Tin-Te-Mitse - Cayuse - 1900. Photo by Major Lee Moorhouse
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Tin-Te-Mitse - Cayuse - Photo by Major Lee Moorhouse

Tin-Te-Mitse - Cayuse - 1900. Photo by Major Lee Moorhouse

Tin-Te-Mitse - Cayuse - 1900.  Photo by Major Lee Moorhouse
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native indian people - Google Search
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native indian people - Google Search

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Here are amazing vintage photos of Native Americans taken in the beginning of Autochrome photography time. It showed a part of their lives i...
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⨁ the tribes name in their own language is Apsáalooke, meaning "children of the large-beaked bird".

Here are amazing vintage photos of Native Americans taken in the beginning of Autochrome photography time. It showed a part of their lives i...

Here are amazing vintage photos of Native Americans taken in the beginning of Autochrome photography time. It showed a part of their lives i...
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Zuya Hiyaya - Goes To War and his daughter - Sicangu, 1905
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There are no native americans - this picture clearly shows that these people are a mix between Asians and Europeans. Unidentified Dakota American Indians between 1870 and 1890

Gee that wapaha!

The best that roamed this land

Zuya Hiyaya - Goes To War and his daughter - Sicangu, 1905

Zuya Hiyaya - Goes To War and his daughter - Sicangu, 1905
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Lummi woman - 1899
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The Reel Foto: Edward S. Curtis: The First Americans

This is Joseph's mother, Nemissa

Starlore: folklore about the sky from native America.

Lummi woman - 1899

Lummi woman - 1899

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Hand-colored, limited edition print, done from an original pencil drawing of Native American lady. Original is no longer available.

Good Voice Hawk, Yanktonai, 1908

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - volume 3 facing: page 132 Good Voice Hawk - Yanktonai

Native American woman Cecilia Bearchum, a tribal elder on the Umatilla Indian Reservation in northeast Oregon.

Native American woman Cecilia Bearchum, a tribal elder on the Umatilla Indian Reservation in northeast Oregon.

Cute Native American girl.

Cute Native American girl.

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Wovoka (c. 1856 - September 20, 1932), also known as Jack Wilson, was the Northern Paiute religious leader who founded the Ghost Dance movement. Wovoka means "cutter" or "wood cutter" in the Northern Paiute language.A Paiute medicine-man, Wovoka originated the Ghost Dance which spread throughout the Native American tribes of the west, causing white settlers and officials a great deal of consternation.

WOVOKA: The Paiute Messiah.My great, great, great, grandmother on the Potter side was full Paiute Indian from Utah.

*m. Native American prayer for the grieving

This is so similar to the prayer I picked out for my mothers prayer card at her funeral. I never knew this was a Native American prayer for the grieving. Being part Native American, I see I picked the right words 💔

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