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"Kindred Spirits" by Maija

Maija - Kindred Spirits -Native American Western Wildlife Art

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Chef Joseph

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Pow Wow Dancers in Minnesota. From left to right: Jingle dress dancer, Men's Northern Traditional, Men's Fancy Feather.

Cherokee Indian Chief | Lazy Boy. Indian Chief

Lazy Boy. Indian Chief

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American Indian

Turquoise Jewelry - Turquoise Jewelry from the American Southwest

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Eagle Dancer Potawatomi - Z.S. Liang

Native American beadwork. Cree, Alberta, Canada.

Tribal Art Finder

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Daughter of the Osage and Sioux - David Yorke

Ogalala Sioux council chief, by Herman Heyn, 1899.

Daughter of the Osage and Sioux - David Yorke

White Bull (Hunkpapa) (age 86), Sgt. Jacob Horner (age 82) - 1936 {Note: Sgt. Jacob Horner served with Co. K of Custer’s 7th Cavalry Regiment. However, he was left behind before the Little Bighorn Battle in 1876, because his horse was lame. At the time of this photo Sgt. Horner was the last surviving member of Custer’s 7th Cavalry Regiment.}

Mary Raymond-Williams - Cherokee - no date

Comanche Native American Warrior by Bretz of Fort Sill - Oklahoma Territory (c.1880s).

Always Loved ~ Christine Von Lossberg, acrylic on canvas

Christine Von Lossberg's Fantasy Art

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Blackfeet Indian Stories

Blackfeet Indian Stories

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In the early to mid-1860s, the Oglala chief Red Cloud (Makhpiya-luta), pictured on the right in 1891, led and ultimately won a brutal and protracted fight to force the U.S. government to close the Bozeman Road through the Powder River country, the last great hunting ground of the Lakota.

Lakota (Native Americans of the Great Plains) Part 1

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Dead Indians are frozen in the ice the morning after the Battle of Wounded Knee, 1890. The Wounded Knee massacre remains very much in the hearts and minds of Lakotas, with many annual remembrance ceremonies and pilgrimages to the site. The Wounded Knee massacre marked the symbolic end of large-scale Native American armed resistance in the United States.

Lakota (Native Americans of the Great Plains) Part 1

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