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Goes Ahead with his wife, Pretty Shield - Crow - no date

Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow. Goes Ahead - Crow

Goes Ahead - Crow Scout for Custer. Husband of Pretty Shield.

A Crow husband and wife. Old Crow and Pretty Medicine Pipe. Photo taken 1873.

Medicine Crow's wife and son, (Crow), 1900

Crooked Face with wife and son - Crow - no date

Chief Pretty Eagle (1846-1903) was a war chief, warrior, and diplomat of the Crow Nation. Known for his prowess as a war chief and his devotion to his people, often traveling to Washington D.C with Crow delegations to discuss and fight for Crow rights, including land rights. He had 19 wives, many of which were likely temporary marriages which did not last long. - Photo by Charles Milton Bell, 1880. (Original)

Pretty Shield (1856–1944) was a medicine woman of the Crow Nation. Her autobiography was written with the help of Frank B. Linderman, who interviewed her using an interpreter and sign language. This book was perhaps the first record of the women’s side of Native American life. The Pretty Shield Foundation is named in her honor.

Lois Pretty Scalp (Crow), Carlisle Indian School by DickinsonLibrary, via Flickr

Mississippians: plus ancient Amerindians and others, of the United States and Canada