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    Arrowmaker, an Ojibwa brave - By Detroit Photographic Co. - c1903 - (Photoshopped).

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    Arrowmaker, an Ojibwa brave, USA, circa 1890. ❤American Indian➸❤

  • Brenda Sorrels

    Vintage photograph of an Native American Indian. Date unknown ...

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    Native American #History

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    American Indian People | Printing history - A photochrome portrait of a native American

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    ARROW MAKER OJIBWA BRAVE VINTAGE PHOTO NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN 1899 - 20846

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