Sean O'Mordha

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Six tribal leaders at  Theodore Roosevelt's inaugural parade March 4, 1905. (L-R) Little Plume (Piegan), Buckskin Charley (Ute), Geronimo (Chiricahua Apache), Quanah Parker (Comanche), Hollow Horn Bear (Sicangu Lakota), American Horse (Oglala Lakota).

Six tribal leaders at Theodore Roosevelt's inaugural parade March 4, 1905. (L-R) Little Plume (Piegan), Buckskin Charley (Ute), Geronimo (Chiricahua Apache), Quanah Parker (Comanche), Hollow Horn Bear (Sicangu Lakota), American Horse (Oglala Lakota).

Ute boys.

Ute boys.

Zuni Sun Priest. 1896

Zuni Sun Priest. 1896

Yavapai (NW and Central Yavapai frequently mis-identified as Mohave Apache)

thebigkelu: “Two Native American (Mohave Apache) men pose in Arizona.

William Frog. Sioux. 1900

William Frog. Sioux. 1900

Wiatonatotciskan (Blanket of the Sun, aka: Jackson Sundown). Nez Perce. 1908)

Wiatonatotciskan (Blanket of the Sun, aka: Jackson Sundown). Nez Perce. 1908)

Ute man with young eagle. 1871-1875

A Native American Ute man, wearing a breechcloth, stands next to a tree, on a branch of which stands a young eagle.

Ton-ka-wa (aka: Wild Cat). 1865-1872

Ton-ka-wa (aka: Wild Cat). 1865-1872

Swift Dog. Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux. 1898

Swift Dog. Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux. 1898

Strong Left Hand and family. Northern Cheyenne. 1906

Strong Left Hand and family. Northern Cheyenne. 1906

Son of Vincenti. Jicarilla Apache. 1871

Son of Vincenti. Jicarilla Apache. 1871

Shoshone man. 1878

Shoshone man. 1878

Little Soldier. Ute. 1869

Little Soldier. Ute. 1869

Scorched Lightning (Spotted Eagle's son) #2

Scorched Lightning (Spotted Eagle's son) #2