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Navajo Indian carrying baby |  Photographed in the early 1900s, by William Pennington and Lisle Updike

Simple descriptions and pictures of Native American cradleboards, papoose carriers, and other Indian baby-carrying technology.

Beautiful Native Fatherhood!

I WISH! never gonna happen for my son tho! Thanks to his Deadbeat Father.v --------------------------------------- Beautiful Native Fatherhood!

i love this face

Navajo Youth, c. Source: NYPL --love seeing/learning about anything Navajo. they are such an interesting group to study and they have unbelievably beautiful spiritual beliefs.

An old photograph of a Kiowa Mother and Child.

Kiowa Mother and Child. America - American History - Women's Rights - Child Labor - The Great Depression - Civil Rights - Native Americans - Slavery - American Indians.

Navajo man, 1904, Edward S Curtis. Stunning picture

Edward S.Curtis 1904 photo entitled:: A chief of the desert - Navaho. Portrait of a (Navajo) chief. He has whiskers and wears a cloth headband and a woven patterned blanket around his shoulders.

Sacheen Littlefeather is a Native American activist who donned Apache dress and presented a speech on behalf of actor Marlon Brando at the 45th Academy Awards ceremony, in protest of the treatment of Native Americans by the film industry

Sacheen Littlefeather is a Native American activist who donned Apache dress and presented a speech on behalf of actor Marlon Brando at the Academy Awards ceremony, in protest of the treatment of Native Americans by the film industry.

Amor!

The Art of Holding Hands Forever: Pictures of Elderly Couples in Love. "Falling in love is easy. But staying in love is very special.

"Geronimo's final surrender in 1886 was the last significant Indian guerrilla action in the United States. At the end, his group consisted of only 16 warriors, 12 women, and 6 children. Upon their surrender, Geronimo and over 300 of his fellow Chiricahuas were shipped to Fort Marion, Florida. One year later many of them were relocated to the Mt. Vernon barracks in Alabama, where about one quarter died from tuberculosis and other diseases. Geronimo died on Feb. 17, 1909, a prisoner of war…

Great photo of Goyatle (Geronimo) Chiricahua (Bedonkohe ) wearing war bonnet "The People": Native Wisdom,Native American,native americans,

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