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Native American Indians, 1800's-1900's images, beautiful photos

Old photo's *I do not own rights or claim ownership of these images~ Beauty & history shared for the common interest. Intent: respect, culture & appreciation only. Any information, dates, names or information pertaining to images may or may not be correct, or current. Wañuymi aswan allin, qonqorchaki kausaytaqa ~

Professor Starr, a Taos Pueblo man. Photographed between 1880-90.

Children of Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico, pose wearing cotton dresses. Photographed: 1913.

Portrait of She Came Spotted and an unidentified Native American Sioux woman, posed outside on a fur skin rug in front of a painted backdrop of a Lakota style Indian war record, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Photo: ca. 1890. - One problem with this photograph is we're not told which one of the women is "She Came Spotted", at a guess I'll go for the lady seated. At least that's a 50% chance of being right! Love the painted backdrop. Wonderful.

Four Blackfoot women and a girl, wearing traditional regalia, standing on the roof of a building in Chicago, Illinois. People are visible standing and watching in windows of a building in the background. Photographed: 1929. - Photographs from the Chicago Daily News, 1902-1933.

A group Navajo Native Americans pose outdoors near an unhitched wagon at Shiprock, New Mexico. Photographed between 1890 and 1908.

Three-quarter length portrait of White Calf, a Blackfoot Chief, sitting in profile in a room in Chicago, Illinois, wearing Native regalia. Photograph 1925. - Photographs from the Chicago Daily News, 1902-1933.

Ponca Chief, Arkansas City, Kansas, 1892. - The Ponca Indians are a tribe that originated in Nebraska, but were later forcibly relocated to Oklahoma.

Charles Eagle Plume America's Foremost Indian Dancer and Authentic Interpreter of Indian Lore, Life and Culture. For many years the white man took it for granted that the Indians he had conquered were uncouth and vulgar savages of bad taste and brutal instincts. Americans went to the far corners of the world to enrich their culture and neglected, till recently, a rich source at their very doors. - Excerpts from a brochure.

An impressive portrait of White Calf, 1872-1934, Blackfoot chief. He is one of the most recognizable images of a Native American in the world as an impression of his portrait appears on the Buffalo nickel. The handwriting to the right of card is his own signature.

A rare image of Yellow Horse. It was taken in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows Yellow Horse in Traditional clothing.

Little Hawk - Northern Cheyenne - circa 1880

Little Bear, Shield (the sons of Little Raven) - Arapaho - 1867

:::::::::: Vintage Photograph ::::::::: Every Wind, Ojibway Woman by Roland W. Reed.

:::::::::: Vintage Photograph ::::::::: Hattie Tom, Apache, photographed by Frank A. Rinehart, 1899

:::::::::: Vintage Photograph :::::::::: Ground Spider, Oglala Sioux, by Heyn Photo, 1899

:::::::::: Vintage Photograph :::::::::: Skokomish Indian Chief's Daughter with baskets by Edward Sheriff Curtis

::::::::: Vintage Photograph ::::::::: Naiche - Chiricahua Apache Youngest son of Cochise

Naiche - Chiricahua Apache

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:::::::: Vintage Photograph ::::::::: Oglala Girl at Tipi by John C. H. Grabill

:::::::: Vintage Photograph ::::::::: Chiricahua Apache Woman Elsie Vance Chestuen

:::::::::::: Antique Photograph ::::::::::::: Native American Chiricahua woman Elsie Vance Chestuen at Fort Sill.