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    We delight in the hospitality of the owners at Rose Hill Manor. They have a beautiful place where we have dined for their 4 course meal on more than one occasion. We have used their porch to play board games as well. It is a CHARMING place in the Fredricksburg, TX area. You MUST experience it for yourself! --- We also like the accommodations at Das College Haus.

    A Cherokee Indian Home North Carolina

    Bone necklace, Oglala chief, 1899. Wears his name well!

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    Joseph Two Bulls, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn & Matzen Photo, 1900.

    Taos girl 1905 photograph by Edward S. Curtis

    Apache medicine pouch, decorated with symbols of the four directions and the moon, which was used by Geronimo around 1875. Photo: The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian

    Chief Uma -Som-Kin Walla Walla TribeAn outside photograph of a Native American man, who has been identified as Uma-Som-Kin. He is dressed in full native regalia, and sitting on a horse that is standing next to a river's edge. For his headdress, the man is wearing a bonnet with a single trail of eagle feathers. He is wearing a coat made out of a Pendleton blanket. He is wearing leggings that exhibit a geometrical design on the cuff--perhaps beaded--and beaded moccasins. Because no stirrups can be

    Chief Dull Knife (1810-1883) Warriors Citation Although Dull Knife was active in the Cheyenne-Arapaho War in Colorado, the Sioux Wars for the Northern Plains, and also the War for the Black Hills, he is, perhaps, best remembered for attempting to lead nearly three hundred people from an assigned reservation back to their Tongue River homeland in northern Wyoming and southern Montana. Best-known for leading his people in a courageous attempt to return from exile in Oklahoma.

    Native American Indian girl in traditional costume and jewelry of her tribe with horse

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    Chief Tommy Thompson at Celilo Falls, Oregon by OSU Special Collections & Archives : Commons, via Flickr

    Edward S. Curtis, 1914

    Wife of American Horse, Dakota Sioux, by Gertrude Käsebier, ca. 1900

    Woman's Battle Dress, worn by female relatives of warriors of the Ton-Kon-Ga (Kiowa Black Leggings Society). Made by Vanessa Paukeigope Jennings ( Kiowa-Apache-Gila River Pima)

    Segundo (the son of Manuelito and Juanita) - Navajo - 1874

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    Native American Photos Such a beautiful photo

    Sandy Hook was NOT the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. In 1890 the U.S. Government shot & killed over 290 UNARMED Indians at school, including over 200 women and children.

    On the Oregon Trail

    Teepee & Indian standing in doorway

    Yakima woman, circa 1896.