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Large Sun and Moon Beaded Dream Catcher by leimk on Etsy, $45.00

owl or dreamcatcher? either way.... way cool, fun for kids, and a different piece of decor :)

Native American Indian Buckskin Hawk Spirit Medicine Bag

Native American Medicine Bag Cynthia Whitehawk Apache Hawk Spirit

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Thunderbird and various meanings by the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island

Thunderbird as a Native American Symbol

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Owl Dream Catcher - Beige, Ivory and Brown Extra Large Feather Dream Catcher (Ready to Ship)

Bear Design Leather Embroided Hoop Wall Hanging by ncbeadsnbags, $150.00

An incredible photo of Sitting Bull. His name on this photograph is signed by Sitting Bull himself. This photo was also used as a cover for a book titled "Sitting Bull" by Bill Yenne.

Sitting Bull - Bill Yenne

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Chief Naiche, youngest son of Cochise, Chiricahua Apache.

Tahzay, son of Cochise, and elder brother of Naiche. Tahzay succeeded his father Cochise as chief of the Chiricahuas when Cochise died in 1874. As part of a delegation of Apache's to the white man's capitol tragedy struck. Tahzay developed pneumonia and, though given all available medical attention, died within a few days. Tahzay was buried in the Congressional Cemetery. Born 1843. Died 26-9-1876.

Unique Beaded Pouch Can Hang From Car Mirror Or Wrist Artist: Navajo Beadwork Artist Rita Curley Size: Actual Pouch Is 3" L X 2 1/4" Wide With Additional 3 1/4" Graduated Bugle Bead Fringe/ Strap Fastens With A Silver Clasp And Is A Total Length Of 9" Materials Used: White Unsmoked Hide With Size #12 Glass Seed Beads And 1" Bugle Beads/ Small Silver Concho On Front Of Bag ~ Wrap Around Tie Beautiful Fire Colors! $54

Indian Summer Native American Art > Beadwork

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PFC Lori Piestewa, the first Native American woman in history to die in combat while serving with the U.S. military and the first woman in the U.S. armed forces killed in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Arizona’s Piestewa Peak is named in her honor.