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Painted Faces, Indian Horses, Oil Pastels, Oil Paintings, Pencil, Oil On Canvas

Hoiio-Wotoma, Cheyenne, 1909. Colored carbon print. Photo by De Lancey W. Gill. Palace of the Governors Photo Archives 86994. Exhibit: May 18 to November 4, 2012.

Department of Cultural Affairs Media Center :: Media Bank :: Native American Portraits: Points of Inquiry :: Hoiio-Wotoma, Cheyenne

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Blood Chief Eagle Plume by Nicholas de Grandmaison at Mayberry Fine Art; My Grandfather Hardy Taylor

David Yorke Artist, New Paintings and Prints Available, Upcoming Show, Western Art, as seen in Western Art Collector Magazine!

David Yorke Artist, Authorized Website, Current Paintings and New Prints Available, Western and Native American Art

Día de los Muertos

A Mexican in Aztec Costume During the Flame Ceremony (Panamerican Games, Teotihuacan, Mexico) -Henry Romero (Reuters & Scanpix)

The Native American Indians appreciated the connection between all things on…

The Native American Indians appreciate the connection between all things on earth and beyond

Chief American Horse Oglala Lakota 1840 - December 16 th 1908 Son in law of Red Cloud In early life he was a clownish sort of boy among the boys —an.

Native American War Pony

Photograph of Crow war pony painted with tribal symbols (Photo by Brady Willette/pony painting by Kennard Real Bird/NMAI collection)

Chief Little Wound of the Oglala Lakota, and Family, - 1899

Colored by Hand: Vintage Native American Photography

vintage everyday: 23 Beautiful Color Photos of Native Americans in the Late and Early Centuries