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Native American Flute Player, about 1908 Library of Congress

New Harmonies Exhibit in Missouri

Chief Washakie, c.1804-1900, a chief of the Eastern Shoshone Indians of Wyoming, was noted for his exploits in fighting and also for his friendship with the white pioneers. When wagon trains were passing through Shoshone country in the 1850s, Washakie and his people aided the overland travelers in fording streams and recovering strayed cattle. He was also a scout for the U.S. Army. Photographed 1884. - "I say again, the government does not keep its word!" Chief Washakie.

Spotted Fawn, Cheyenne Girl,1878.

Old Hopes & Boots — Spotted Fawn, Cheyenne Girl,1878.

Peepin near Maple Creek, Saskatchewan - Cree - 1904

Chief Red Cloud of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy, Cayuga Nation

Hin-ma-toe Ya-lut-kiht (aka Thunder Coming Over The Mountain, aka Joseph II, aka Chief Joseph) and his family – Nez Perce – circa 1880

Warrelwind Horse, by Gertrude Käsebier, 1898.

Old Hopes & Boots — Warrelwind Horse, by Gertrude Käsebier, 1898.

When the earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come unto the earth from many colors, classes, creeds, and who by their actions and deeds shall make the earth green again. They will be known as the warriors of the Rainbow. Native American prophecy ~I would say this prophecy began to become reality...