CAPTAIN JACK MODOC FAMOUS AMERICAN INDIAN WARRIOR. I LOVE how the above sentence reads "American Indian" and NOT Native American. Stop trying to make yourself feel better by using PC terminology. Think about what native means and then to put it in front of American...only a white person would come up with that!
CAPTAIN JACK MODOC FAMOUS AMERICAN INDIAN WARRIOR
Bear's Belly, Arikara Native American wearing bear skin. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, 1908.
Taos pueblo woman, 1871 http://www.google.com/imgres?q=pueblo+indian=en=G=1044=704=isch=imvnse=RMkW0ZZT9wUyTM:=http://www.firstpeople.us/native-american/photographs/a-taos-pueblo-indian-30-sept-1871.html=3Xc7QvMV5l3yfM=http://www.firstpeople.us/native-american/photographs/A-Taos-Pueblo-Indian-30-sept-1871.jpg=600=984=4SYcT9
Taos pueblo woman, 1871
"The Earth is the mother of all people, and all people should have equal rights in it" -Chief Joseph
“The first peace, which is the most important, is that which comes within the souls of people when they realize their relationship, their oneness, with the universe and all its powers, and when they realize that at the center of the universe dwells the Great Spirit, and that this center is really everywhere, it is within each of us.” —Black Elk
Spirit In Nature. You just have to look to see the signs.
Sitting Bull, however (pictured) refused to order his people to stop dancing, and in consequence was arrested and killed, an act that led two weeks later to the infamous massacre at Wounded Knee, where 153 Sioux Indians, mostly women and children, were needlessly slaughtered by the US Army. But the Indian spirit was not slaughtered with them. The Ghost Dance continues to this day, and to some large extent the hopes of many Native Americans remain pinned to the prophecy that spawned it. ...