Little Chief - Arapaho - 1898
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Little Chief - 1898 Arapahoe -or Iñunaina, 'our people' Charles A. Hartman Fine Art | Gallery of Frank A. Rinehart | Page 2
Platinum Print Photograph –Little Chief, Arapahoe (titled ctr., btm& LR); by Frank Albert Rinehart (American Feb. 12, 1861-Dec. 17, 1928), famous for his drawings, paintings & photographs depicting Native American personalities and scenes, especially the leaders and members of the delegations who attended the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha. Copyright, 1898
Little Raven (aka Young Crow) - Arapaho - 1877
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An old photograph of Little Raven aka Ohaste - Arapahoe [B].
Black Coal - Arapaho - 1877. Black Coal was one of the Northern Arapahoe warrior leaders that made their reputations in the fights in the late 1860s against the whites at Bozeman Trail and Powder River Country. In 1868 he was sent with Sorrel Horse, another warrior society leader, to the peace talks at Ft. Laramie. Read more: http://amertribes.proboards.com/thread/244#ixzz2ohaXvzdR
Black Coal - Northern Arapaho - 1877
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Black Coal ~ Arapaho 1877
CDV of Black Coal, Northern Arapaho Head Chief, (2007, Western & Historic Americana, Dec 6th and 7th)
Black Crow - Arapaho - 1898
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Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution. Ona Ha Black Crow, Arapaho, 1898.
Black Crow - Arapaho - 1872
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An Arapaho Man. No name, date, or location.
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Little Bear – Arapaho – 1898
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Маленький Медведь, Арапахо, 1898.
Portrait (Front) of Little Bear in Partial Native Dress 1898 Arapaho
Maun-gua-daus (aka Great Hero, aka George Henry) - Ojibwa - circa 1848
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San Juan, Mescalero Apache Chief. The last great chief of the Mescalero Apache, 1883. Beautiful patterns. Native American culture has a rich history that can be respectfully explored in the art room.
An American Indian called Black Fox of the Arapaho Nation 1898.
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Black Fox 1898 Arapaho
Black Fox, Arapaho, 1898.
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An American Indian known as Black Coyote Claw Necklace of the Arapaho Nation 1891.
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Black Coyote Claw Necklace, Arapaho, 1891.
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"An American Indian known as Black Coyote Claw Necklace of the Arapaho Nation 1891."
Crow King - Hunkpapa - 1881
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Main-Ans (aka Little Wolf) - Ojibwa – 1908
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Ten Bears (Comanche): "You want to put us on reservations; to build us houses. We don't want them. I was born on the prairie where the wind blew free; where nothing broke the light of the sun; where everything drew a free breath. Like my father before me, I lived happily. So why ask us to leave the rivers, the sun, the wind... and live in houses? The white man has the country that we loved, and we only wish to wander the prairie until we die."
Ten Bears - Comanche "You said you wanted to put us on reservations; to build us houses. I do not want them. I was born on the prairies where the wind blew free & there was nothing to break the light of the sun. I was born where everything drew a free breath. I lived like my fathers before me & like them I lived happily. So why ask us to leave the rivers, the sun, the wind ... and live in houses? The white man has the country that we loved, and we only wish to wander the prairie until we die."
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Native Americans The Plains Indians Lapbook - I was born upon the prairie where the wind blew free, and there was nothing to break the light of the sun. I was born where there were no enclosures, and where everything drew free breath. I want to die there, and not within walls. ~Ten Bears, Comanche Chief~
Quotes of Chief Ten bears native american Comanche indian Any good thing you say to me shall not be forgotten. I shall carry it as near to my heart as my children, and it shall be as often on my tongue as the name of the Great Spirit. Chief Ten Bears of the Comanche (1792–1873)