Iron White Man, Sioux, 1900, Gertrude Kasebier
Hollow Horn Bear, 1907: Lakota Sioux. Initially raided the Pawnee, he later was involved in harassing forts along the Bozeman Trail with other Sioux leaders between 1866 and 1868. During this period, he became famous as the chief who defeated Capt. William Fetterman. However, he began to favor peace with the whites during the 1870s. He became a celebrity in the East, and was present at several functions as a native representative.
portrait of Amos Two Bulls, a Sioux Brave. The picture was taken in 1900. By this time, the traditional Indian lifestyle had pretty much come to an end. Most were living on reservations at this point. Amos Two Bulls was a member of the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show.
John Lone Bull,Sioux Indian Child,c1900
Chief Iron Tail, a Sioux Indian in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show; photo by Gertrude Kasebier, 1898.jpg
White Belly ( Sioux )
Lakota Medicine Man c. - 1900
* Chief Washakie: Chief Washakie was born to a Flathead (Salish) father and and Lemhi Shoshone mother.His prowess in battle, his efforts for peace, and his commitment to his people's welfare made him one of the most respected leaders in Native American history. Upon his death in 1900, he became the only known Native American to be given a full military funeral ~ Artist by: steeelll *
Sioux pipes http://www.nativeamericanstuff.net/American%20Indian%20%20Peace%20Pipes.htm
Sioux Indian Chief 'He Dog' The picture was taken in 1900. He appears to be carrying some sort of large bird wing.
Chief Iron Tail (1857–1955) (Oglala Sioux) Years after Wounded Knee Iron Tail was invited to Washington, D.C. by General Miles. Iron Tail was chosen with 2 other Indians, Two Moons, a Cheyenne & Big Tree, a Kiowa as models by James Fraser to create the Indian head profile on the Buffalo Nickel. Then at The Battle of Wounded Knee in 1890 Iron Tail was twice seriously wounded, & 7 members of his family were killed, including his mother, father, 2 brothers, sister, wife & later his infant son...
Kills First, Sioux. Photographed in 1898 by Gertrude Kasebier.
This picture was taken in 1900, and shows an Indian Chief. The man's name was Whirling Horse
Sioux men identified as Holy Frog and Big Turnips, were both part of the Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Photographed in 1900 by Gertrude Käsebier.
Image of Old White Man, a Crow Indian. It was taken in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis.
he dog - oglala sioux
“Before our white brothers arrived to make us civilized men, we didn’t have any kind of prison. We had no locks, therefore there were no thieves. When someone was so poor he couldn’t afford a horse, tent or blanket, he would receive it all as a gift. We were in bad shape before white men arrived. I don’t know how to explain how we were able to manage without these fundamental things that (so they tell us) are so necessary for civilized society” - John (Fire) Lame Deer, Sioux Lakota, 1903-197...
Two Guns White Calf, the Blackfoot Indian Chief whose profile is on the Buffalo nickel
It is believed that Whirling Horse was a member of a Wild West Show, possibly Buffalo Bill Cody's.