1910's “Indian woman and owl, Blind River, Ontario” Blind River… what a goddamn beautiful name

Indian Woman with Owl . Blind River, Ontario, Canada -- I've always wondered what she was thinking, considering that the owl is not alive, or could have been sick. For some tribes the owl is a symbol of death -- a taboo to behold.

War horse

Check out this site for facts and info on Horse War Paint. Native American Indian culture in respect of Horse War Paint and symbols. The American Indian Horse War Paint.

One of the earliest photos showing a Native American with a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, Indians maintained a close and respectful relationship with wolves.

One of the earliest photos showing a Native American with A tipi (also tepee and teepee) and a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, some Indians maintained a respectful relationship with wolves.

Many Horses (the daughter of Sitting Bull and Snow On Her), with her son - Hunkpapa - before 1897

Native America : Many Horses (the daughter of Sitting Bull and Snow On Her), with her son - Hunkpapa - before 1897

Charlie Wilpoken - Nez Perce – 1905. Impressive headdress!

Nez Perce named Charlie Wilpoken with spotted horse, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Nez Perce woman named Ann Kamiakin George on horseback, Washington :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Native Pride Anne Kamiakin-George (daughter of Kam-I-A-Kin) - Yakama/Colville/Nez Perce - circa 1940 ---- native Amerindians using father's names just like Russians do

This is what I SHOULD BE DOING. In modern times, bills pile up and "progress" and development force their way into your life to make sure you CAN'T do things like horse archery everyday!!! :( ~JRH

In modern times, bills pile up and "progress" and development force their way into your life to make sure you CAN'T do things like horse archery everyday!

Native American riding horse

The acquisition of horses by the plains Indians in the early century transformed the lives of most tribes between the Rockies and the Mississippi. Jay Tavare, actor, sits astride this beauty.

Members of the Cayuse Umatilla Nez Perce and Walla Walla tribes are joined by Native Americans from around the Pacific Northwest in the Pendleton Roundup (58) by mharrsch, via Flickr

Members of the Cayuse Umatilla Nez Perce and Walla Walla tribes are joined by Native Americans from around the Pacific Northwest in the Pendleton Roundup

A Ho

Cherokee Prayer :: Ga lu lo hi gi ni du da (Sky our grandfather); Nu da wa gi ni li si (Moon our grandmother); E lo hi gi ne tac (Earth our mother); Ga li e li ga (I am thankful); Si gi ni ge yu (We love each other); O sa li he li ga (We are grateful).

The Teton Dakota word for dog means horse of the woman. To be named after a special dog, or to be asked to name a special dog, was a great honor in the Hidatsa culture. Dogs were managed by Hidatsa women. Sometimes a man who had earned honor named a special dog.

The Teton Dakota word for dog means horse of the woman. - Doctor Barkman Speaks: History and vintage photos of Native American dogs

Sichngu Oxate Lakota

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Native American Indian girl ~ Katie Roubideaux, Rosebud Sioux, Did I tell anyone that I love Native American:) lol

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