INDIANS AND ESKOMO'S
INDIANS AND ESKOMO'S
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Unknown Native American Indian
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Beautiful picture of loving Mother and Child. #nativeamericans #native #americans
First Nations Mother and Child....how we treasured our children and still do
Beautiful Picture of a Loving Native American Indian Mother and Child.
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First Nations Mother and Child par Nikon David 2007. - Beautiful picture of loving Mother and Child.
First Nations Mother and Child, Native Americans and compassionate people are the real masters of earth 4 life, conquerors are just robots 4 murder and genocide, wake up world and don't support evil in any way, go vegan and self-sufficient, http://dammebleustartgate2freedom.blogspot.ca/2013/09/how-to-heal-radiation-and-cancer-with.html
Inti Raymi Festival - Cusco, Peru
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Danzante del baile de las tijeras
Inti Raymi Festival. La ropa tradicional de Peru.
Inti Raymi Festival, Cusco, Peru
Proud Native American Dancer
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Proud Native American Dancer by christopher.binning, via Flickr. Fancy Dancer #Native #American #FreeLeaonardPeltier #makeitright
Proud Native Dancer
Proud Native American Indian Dancer by christopher.binning, via Flickr
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"Feminism—A belief in the equality of women and men and a movement for social justice for all people." —pg. 121
Learning from the elders
passing it on...The traditional arts will be lost if we don't continue to pass them on to others.
spinning wool for weaving
The Sacred Crone. Passing it on... "In old age, interest shifts from information to intelligence. By this I mean that information brings news, while intelligence searches it for insight...If lasting continues to be paramount, information merely accumulates; it must be filed, sorted, indexed, revised. Insights last" James Hillman
"Zephyr" by John McAbery Wood Sculptures
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Zephyr by John McAbery Wood Sculptures
sculpture shape inspiration (in matt white)
American indian mother
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native american children images | Crow Native American woman and child.
Here for your browsing pleasure is an extraordinary photo of a Crow Indian Mother. It was made in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis. The photo documents a Crow (Arapsoke) woman with a child secured on her back by a blanket. We have compiled this collection of photos mainly to serve as a vital educational resource. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Indian Baby | Crow Indian Mother and Child
American Indian (crow) mother w/her child
Crow Mother and Baby. 1908. Native American antique photo.
MOUNTAIN WOLF WOMAN
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Mountain Wolf Woman also known as Stella Blowsnake Whitepine Stacy (HayHaChoWinKah) - 1907 ca. - Holding her two daughters, Josephine Whitepine Mike (HayHooGeNaWinKah), left, and Lena Whitepine Shegonee (HaCheDayWinKah). - Mountain Wolf Woman is also the title of a book written about her by Nancy Lurie. Photo: Van Chaick, Charles - Black River Falls, Wisconsin ..www.wisconsinhistory.org
Mountain Wolf Woman, or Xéhachiwinga (1884–1960), was a Native American woman of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) tribe.
Mountain Wolf Woman (Xéhachiwinga) Young Ho Chunk woman of 19th Century, holding two babies on her lap. (1884–1960) Subject of good book. http://nativeamericanencyclopedia.com/mountain-wolf-woman-the-chunk/
Mountain Wolf mother and children
Mountain Wolf Woman ~ the Ho-Chunk
African American cowboys of the old west | Black Cowboy from the Old West
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African american cowboys of the old west | Black Cowboy from the Old West
I chose to pin this to my board because it was a great visual face without fear. This Wild West cowboy is standing firm like a policeman and ready to shot with his hand on the gun in leather holster and cuffs.
Eskimo walrus ivory carving of an otter, possibly a child's toy. L: 4.5"
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Eskimo carving of an otter, walrus ivory, canada inuit
Eskimo walrus ivory carving of an otter, possibly a child's toy.
Poker Bill and family in Yosemite. Left to Right; Yosemite icon Suzie Bill (McGowan), without her headscarf holding Sadie McGowan still in her signature plaided blanket, daughter Carrie Bill (McGowan) who later became the famous Indian basket maker Carrie Bethel, daughter Minnie Bill (McGowan) who later became the famous Indian basket maker Minnie Turner - Minnie Mike, then Suzie's husband and father of the children, Poker Bill, son of Captain Jim.
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Yosemite icon Suzie Bill (McGowan), without her headscarf holding Sadie McGowan still in her signature plaided blanket, daughter Carrie Bill (McGowan) who later became the famous Indian basket maker Carrie Bethel, daughter Minnie Bill (McGowan) who later became the famous Indian basket maker Minnie Turner - Minnie Mike, then Suzie's husband and father of the children, Poker Bill, son of Captain Jim. Sadly not to long after this photo Suzie McGowan died in childbirth.
Yosemite Native history - The Bill Family in Yosemite - Yosemite - Mono Lake Paiute Indians by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr
Occupation at Wounded Knee 1973
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American Indian Movement 1973
Wounded Knee 1973. Members of the Oglala Sioux Nation took over the town of Wounded Knee in protest of tribal chairman Richard Wilson. They were later joined by members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) who were also protesting unfulfilled treaties with the US government. The standoff lasted 73 days, and 3 people lost their lives.
Calvin Coolidge With Indians, early 1920's (outside Whitehouse lawn?)
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This picture was taken in 1925, and shows Calvin Coolidge on the lawn of the White House with a group of Native Americans. No one looks too happy in the picture.
Short Bull, a member of the Sioux tribe, was born in about 1845. He was a warrior who fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, and a medicine man who brought the Ghost Dance religion to the Lakotas
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Cherokee Mother and Child
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Cherokee I. Visit us. buckweed.org. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.
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Cherokee woman and child
Photo: BLACK ELK AND ELK- Black Elk was involved in several battles with the U.S. cavalry. He participated, at about the age of twelve, in the BATTLE OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN of 1876, and was injured in the WOUNDED KNEE MASSACRE. He became a Medicine Man of the Oglala Sioux. He taught the first peace was to realize that we are one with all creation and to realize that at the center of all creation was the Great Spirit and that it is everywhere and within us.
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Black Elk (aka Nicholas Black Elk), and Elk, Oglala of the Oglala Lakota, photographed in London, England in their grass dance regalia while touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, 1887 | Black Elk (1863-1950) was a famous medicine man and holy man of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux). He was Heyoka and a second cousin of Crazy Horse. Wikipedia
Black Elk was a Lakota Sioux Native American who gained notoriety through his Wild West Show performances and literature. In his lifetime, Black Elk witnessed the decline of his people from wars with the United States, traveled the world and was a medicine man for the Lakota Sioux. Black Elk lived to be 87 years old and passed away in 1950.
Native american indian
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1885 Native American Indian CHIEF SITTING BULL Glossy 8x10 Photo Sioux Print
Sitting Bull, very wise! First read about him and read a speech of his when I was 14 which reasoned with me, a profound declaration of free spirit and humen's relation with Nature... What a philosopher and inspirational man for his contemporaries and beyond!
native indian people - Google zoeken this "native indian person" is Chief Sitting Bull one of the most iconic Native American leaders in Anerican history. I am appalled that you would refuse him his name, his heritage, and his historical/cultural clout.
Native American Indian Sitting Bull, a Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux Holy Man who led his people as a Tribal Chief, is remembered as the man who defeated Custer and the U.S. 7th Cavalry in the1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn in Montana Territory. Sitting Bull became a fugitive after this battle but refused to surrender and escaped into Canada, where he remained in exile for many years. Hunger and cold eventually caught up with him, and in 1881 (date of Photo) Sitting Bull surrendered to Army forces.
Native American Indian 10 Commandments
Southern Cheyenne girls – 1895
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American Indians : Cheyenne Girls - 1895
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Sioux. Photographed in 1898 by Gertrude Kasebier.
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Muertes Primero, Sioux. Fotografiado en 1898 por Gertrude Käsebier.
"Kills First" Sioux Indian. Photographed in 1898 by Gertrude Kasebier.
Red Cloud delegation - Left to right: Red Dog, Little Wound, John Bridgeman (interpreter), American Horse, and Red Shirt. Oglala Sioux before 1876
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Red Cloud delegation. Left to right: Red Dog, Little Wound, John Bridgeman (interpreter), Red Cloud, American Horse, and Red Shirt. Oglala Sioux, before 1876. American Indian Select List number 49.
The Indian Act was enacted by Parliament of Canada. The principal federal statue dealing with Indian status, local government and the management of reserve lands and communal monies. The Indian Act started in 1876. It was Nation wide for Aboriginal peoples of canada. The act was made to destory Indian culture and they wanted them to be all white As a result most First Nations people lost all or most of their native culture during the time of the Indian Act.
Red Feather (Oglala), Fr. Eugene Buechel - 1947
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Red Feather & Father Eugene Buechel with pipes. Fr. Buechel and catechist Nicholas Black Elk believed the sacred pipe, like the Rosary, was a gift of the Theotokos (appearing as Buffalo Cow Woman).
One of the most beautiful photo I've seen in a long time: Father and Child, by Kathy Sharp Frisbee
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Native American Father & Son
One of the most beautiful photos I've seen in a long time: Father and Child, by Kathy Sharp Frisbee. Did you know that it is against the law to "adopt" an American Indian child? They are keeping their tribe true. I just found this out on TV a few weeks ago.
We owe it to our children to strive for Peace.
Father and Child, by Kathy Sharp Frisbee. Love native american people!!
Happy Father's Day!
Wish that was my baby daddy
Touch the Cloud, one of Crazy Horse's close friends.