The real Jeremiah Johnson.

The real Jeremiah Johnson-was Red Lodge's first constable. "Liver eating Johnson" was a name he earned because he told someone he ate part of the liver of an Indian he killed.Fort Bridger Rendezvous, Fort Bridger, Wyoming People (Thanks, BSD.

Bad thoughts cause illness of the mind, body and spirit. Practice optimism.

"practice optimism" what a concept. /Bad thoughts cause illness of the mind, body and spirit.

Sioux - National Geographic

Sioux Man - National Geographic -- over a hundred years have passed and still people take our pictures without naming who we are. <info provided by previous pinner

Plains Sioux War Shirt, circa 1880, Berkshire Museum collection

This photo shows a Plains Sioux War Shirt, circa and is found in the Berkshire Museum collection. This war skirt, and others related were used a lot by this tribe. It's design shows the diversity of this culture.

Yankton Dakota (Sioux) Two-Hide Pattern Dress with Fully Beaded Yoke

Yankton Dakota {Sioux} Two~Hide Pattern Dress with Fully Beaded Yoke Dress: Circa 1940 South Dakota Hide, seed beads, sinew Item number:

Pow wow

Catching Up :: This photo was taken at the FSIN Pow Wow in Saskatoon Saskatchewan. These ladies in their Ladies Traditional Dance regalia found a some time to catch up and share a moment with each other among the huge crowd of dancers :: by CindyLouPhotos

William Ahrendt ~ Crow Dog

"Crow Dog" was a Brulé Lakota sub-chief, born at Horse Stealing Creek, Montana Territory, he was the nephew of former principal chief Conquering Bear, who was killed in 1854 in an incident which would be known as the Grattan William Ahrendt

Ojibwe beaded hide dress and belt by Minnesota Historical Society, via Flickr

Dress and belt worn by Elizabeth Sherer Russell while working for the Chippewa Indian Nursing Service between 1923 and Made by an unknown maker belonging to the White Earth Nation of Ojibwe.

jingle dress

The Mystic Lake Pow Wow or Wacipi is held annually by the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community at their Pow Wow grounds in Prior Lake, Minnesota. It is one of the largest gatherings in the Midwest. by Jim Hauser