Assiniboin Indian Brave 1908 Edward S. Curtis.
A young Comanche boy is pictured wearing traditional clothing at a Native American celebration in Medicine Park, Oklahoma.
As-Sau-Taw-Ka (White Horse) - Pawnee - 1868. S)
Mangas Colorado, is the most prominent, influential Apache who has existed for a century. possessing great intelligence. In one of his raids into Sonora, he carried off a beautiful Mexican girl, whom he made his wife, to the exclusion of his Apache women. This bred trouble in the tribe for a time, but was ended by Mangas challenging any of the offended brothers or relatives of his discarded wives. Two accepted the challenge. Both were killed in a fair duel. Source: John Cremony, 1850.
Native Wisdom~Peace of mind is a jewel looked for in the worst of times & in the best of times. It is the feeling we get when we turn from a busy highway to a secluded spot along a country lane. Peace is suppertime when the sunset gilds. It is a warm bath, a soft pillow, a shaft of sunlight that touches the spirit. But most of all, it is hearing something we believe when it is hard to believe in anything. It is knowing that things can work out, peace does come & life is worth living.
You are viewing a touching image of a Cheyenne Mother and Child. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows a wonderful view of this woman gazing at her infant child. We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cheyenne Mother and Child. Photographed in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.
Cheyenne Mother Child
White Deer - Iroquois (Mohawk) - 1901. Have a drop of Aboriginal blood from my father's side running through my veins... very likely Iroquois, Mohawk Nation, Caughnawaga Reserve near Montreal, P.Q., Canada. (Can even see some of my paternal grandmother's, and her daughters' features in this young woman.) ~js
White Deer - Iroquois (Mohawk)
Red Road Warrior Detail Painting by Geraldine Arata.
This morning we feature a portrait of Amos Two Bulls, a Sioux Brave. The picture was taken in 1900. By this time, the traditional Indian lifestyle had pretty much come to an end. Most were living on reservations at this point. Amos Two Bulls was a member of the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show.
Old Picture of the Day: Native American
Red Thunder was very important in the history of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa. He was a secondary chief to Little Shell III. He was appointed by Little Shell III to preside over his 24-member council in Little Shell III’s absence. He was instrumental in the McCumber Commission. Red Thunder is recognized for the speech he gave to the McCumber Commission