Cochise did not allow his photo to be taken as many Native American Indians.. I Have a friend who majored in SW history & lived in AZ we discussed and this photo is..............Chatto, Chiricahua Apache. Chatto headed a delegation to Washington for a conference on July 26th, to appeal to the Secretary of War regarding the removal of the Apache from Fort Apache to the panhandle of Oklahoma
Red Shirt (Ógle Lúta c. 1845 – 1925) was an Oglala Sioux warrior who served in the capacity of chief at two Sioux peace delegations to Washington in 1870 and in 1880. He was officially appointed chief of the Oglala at the Pine Ridge Agency in 1878. Red Shirt was born near Fort Fetterman in Wyoming.
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10 QUOTES FROM A SIOUX INDIAN CHIEF THAT WILL MAKE YOU QUESTION EVERYTHING ABOUT MODERN CULTURE -- Luther Standing Bear was a Sioux Indian Chief who occupied the rift between the native and white man's worlds. Here are some of his words on both.
The Muscogee (or Muskogee), also known as the Creek or Creeks, are a Native American people traditionally from the southeastern United States. The modern Muscogee live primarily in Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. They were descendants of the Mississippian culture peoples, who built earthwork mounds at their regional chiefdoms located throughout the Mississippi River valley and its tributaries.