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    Esa Rosa (aka White Wolf), brother-in-law of Tabananica - Kwahadi Comanche - circa 1895

    Esa Rosa (aka White Wolf), brother-in-law of Tabananica - Kwahadi Comanche - no date

    White Wolf – Comanche – 1894


    Esa-dowa (aka Heap Wolves) - Comanche - circa 1872

    White Wolf: Elders talk about the significance of long hair in Native American Cultures (Videos)

    Wolf Robe

    Portraits of Native Americans by Frank A. Rinehart. 1890 Chief Wolf Robe, Cheyenne.

    Old Wolf, Crow Absorkee Apsaalooka

    Heap Wolves (probably Esa-dowa) Comanche. Photographed between 1869 and 1872.

    Hazel Taddnahnappih (the wife of Oscar Yellow Wolf) - Comanche - no date

    Audrey, Assiniboine Nakoda, Wolf Point, Montana by Montana State University Library

    "Willow Wolf" by bigjbelt, via Flickr

    Little Wolf - Cheyenne 1905 by Museum of Photographic Arts Collections, via Flickr

    Chief Wolf Robe - Southern Cheyenne

    Wolf Robe, Cheyenne; by F.A. Rinehart, Omaha, Neb. (c. 1898).

    Last Lakota code talker Clarence Wolf Guts dies at 86. When the towers of the World Trade Center fell on Sept. 11, 2001, Clarence Wolf Guts asked his son to call the U.S. Dept. of Defense to see if the country needed his code talking abilities to find Osama Bin Laden. Wolf Guts was in his late 70s at the time, so his son, Don Doyle, did not make the call, but said the request personified his father's love of country. "He still wanted to help. He was trying to still be patriotic."

    Joe Wolf Tail, Agnes Wolf Tail - Blackfeet (pikuni) - no date

    Jack Big Plume (Sarcee), Wolf Gun (Kootenai) - circa 1920

    1st Native American Woman Marine, Minnie Spotted Wolf of Heart Butte, served from 1943 till 1947.