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Yes, He's Handsome -- But He's Not Your Model. 25 Photos of Natives in European Dress - ICTMN.com

Yes, He's Handsome -- But He's Not Your Model. 25 Photos of Natives in European Dress - ICTMN.com

Yes, He's Handsome -- But He's Not Your Model. 25 Photos of Natives in European Dress - ICTMN.com

Yes, He's Handsome -- But He's Not Your Model. 25 Photos of Natives in European Dress - ICTMN.com

Yes, He's Handsome -- But He's Not Your Model. 25 Photos of Natives in European Dress - ICTMN.com

Yes, He's Handsome -- But He's Not Your Model. 25 Photos of Natives in European Dress - ICTMN.com

Crow Indian Boy by Edward Sheriff Curtis. (Antique photo of Native American)

Crow Indian Boy by Edward Sheriff Curtis. (Antique photo of Native American)

Iron Nation (Ma-Za-O-Ya-Ti). Brule Sioux. 1867. Photo by Alexander Gardner. Source - Princeton Digital Library.

Iron Nation (Ma-Za-O-Ya-Ti). Brule Sioux. 1867. Photo by Alexander Gardner. Source - Princeton Digital Library.

Here we present a stunning image of Kashhila. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.    The image shows a Wisham Indian Boy with a Feather on his back.    We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com.    Image ID# 385D6A14

Here we present a stunning image of Kashhila. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows a Wisham Indian Boy with a Feather on his back. We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com. Image ID# 385D6A14

Red Cloud - Oglala - the only Native American leader ever to win a war against the United States Army. In the 1860s he destroyed Captain William J. Fetterman's command, closed the Bozeman Trail, and forced the United States to a peace conference.

Red Cloud - Oglala - the only Native American leader ever to win a war against the United States Army. In the 1860s he destroyed Captain William J. Fetterman's command, closed the Bozeman Trail, and forced the United States to a peace conference.

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