Two Laughing Inuit Children Image No: ND-1-71 Title: Two laughing Inuit children, in native clothing, Nome, Alaska. Date: [ca. 1900-1908]
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Two Laughing Inuit Children Image No: ND-1-71 Title: Two laughing Inuit children, in native clothing, Nome, Alaska. Date: [ca. 1900-1908] #History #Native #American #Indians
Two Laughing Inuit Children Alaska ca.1900-1908
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Iron Bear, Chief of Rees, 1866 by Thiophene_Guy, via Flickr Credit to Teresa Bernard for pin!
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(animated stereo) Iron Bear, Chief of Arikara, 1866
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By Edward Curtis: “Every Wind”, c. 1910. She is an Ojibwe (aka Ojibwe, aka Ojibway, aka Chippewa, aka Annishinabe), a peoples based in much of Canada and the US, including Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. (soul radiance)
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Want that blanket.
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Kills First, Lakota 1898. Photography by Gertrude Kasebier
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Skins Wolf - Apsaroke (The North American Indian, v. IV. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1909)
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Last Horse, Native American Sioux. Photographed 1899.
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Last Horse, Native American Sioux. Photographed 1899. 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.
Last Horse, Native American Sioux. 1899.
Last Horse, Sioux, 1899
Proud to be an American Indian
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Proud to be an American Indian. 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.
First Nations warrior hold a folded American flag. Love this!
Native American receiving flag of dead soldier, (probably a parent)
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Cheyenne Indians: Henry Roman Nose, Yellow Bear, and Lame Man. 1899
Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010) was the first woman elected principal chief of the Cherokee Nation. She works to improve the lives of Native Americans by helping them receive better education and health care and urges them to preserve and take pride in their traditions.
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Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010) was the first woman elected principal chief of the Cherokee Nation. She improved the lives of Native Americans by helping them receive better education and health care and urging them to preserve and take pride in their traditions.
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Chief Wilma Mankiller, Cherokee Nation
Wilma Mankiller, the first woman chief of the Cherokee Nation, was born on this day in 1945. She served for 10 years and in that time, reinvigorated the Cherokee Nation with community development projects and transformed the relationship between the Cherokee Nation and the federal government. Mankiller was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1998, was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1993, and was a Ms. Magazine Woman of the Year in 1987. from Ms Magazine
Dakota Native American & dog. The dog was the only work animal indigenous Americans had until the horse was introduced. In many native languages the word for horse derives from dog.
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Dakota man & his dog. The dog was the only work animal indigenous Americans had until the horse was introduced. In many native languages the word for horse derives from dog.
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anthony luke's not-just-another-photoblog Blog: Fascinating 19th Century Portraits of Native American Indians ~ By Photographer Frank A. Rinehart
Native Americans Indians Montana "The Eagle." Piegan / Blackfoot Glacier National Park Photo: Roland Reed,1913.
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Roland (Royal Jr.) W. Reed (June 22, 1864 – December 14, 1934), an American artist and photographer, was part of an early 20th century group of photographers of Native Americans known as pictorialists.
Native American Art ~~ Vanessa Jennings
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Vanessa Jennings, Native American Artist - Vanessa Paukeigope Jennings (b. 1952) is a Kiowa-Apache-Gila River Pima regalia maker, clothing designer, cradle board maker, and bead artist from Oklahoma. Besides finished pieces, she is one of the few artists who brain-tans her own hides. In 1989 Jennings was made a National Heritage Fellow. She was also named a Living National Treasure by the US President and the congress. In 2004, she was named the Honored One by the Red Earth Festival.
May the Great Spirit's Blessings Always Be With You
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“Do not judge your neighbor until you walk two moons in his moccasins.” - Cheyenne jjones186: | american indian | native | beautiful | mother nature | totem | heath | feathers | bow and arrow | www.republicofyou.com.au
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“Do not judge your neighbor until you walk two moons in his moccasins.” - Cheyenne - Native American quote
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Each of the Power Animals has special meanings, characteristics and significance. Shamans believe visions and dreams come from the Power Animals, and they interpret signs and dreams. bit.ly/14GIqq0
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Spirit Totem Animals: "Spirits Calling," by Goldenwolf, at deviantART.
Spirit Animal Totem
The phrase “animal totem” literally means a symbolic representation of your animal guide. Your animal spirit guide instructs you, protects you and teaches you important lessons as you navigate your spiritual and physical life. Our animal spirit guides also help us reconnect with our earth roots, reminding us that everything is interconnected and we are all part of the same cycle of life. This knowledge is the most important and powerful truth that we can hold.
Native American (Choctaw and Chickasaw) actress Julia Jones. She is stunning!