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    Paiute boy - circa 1870

    O-o-be (aka Oyebi) - Kiowa - circa 1894

    Image of a Jicarilla Maiden. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.The image shows the Indian Maiden in a half-length portrait, facing right. It is a nice illustration showing traditional Indian dress.

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    Young White Bull (the son of Joseph White Bull) - Mniconjou - circa 1915

    Pare Watene 1878 (you can see the introduction of the black americans, some that fled from slavery to the Indian Nations, where they were accepted, lived free, married and had children) www.griphop.com/

    A young Cheyenne boy. This wonderful image was captured in 1895.

    Chief Naiche, youngest son of Cochise, Chiricahua Apache.

    Paiute Native American Lovers on their Wedding Day - 1929

    Iron Tail - Oglala - circa 1915 {Note: Sinte Maza (aka Iron Tail) was an Oglala Lakota man who fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876. He also performed with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show during the 1890's and with the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch Wild West Show near Ponca City, Oklahoma from 1913 to 1916. He died of pneumonia on 28 May 1916 while traveling by train to South Dakota. He was one of three models for the Indian Head Nickel designed by James Earle Fraser.}

    Native American Women: Kiowa Annie - Noted Indian Beauty

    Bull Plume - Blackfoot (Northern Peigan) - circa 1880

    Pawnee man - circa 1867

    Native American Indian - The Apache Sunrise Ceremony celebrates a girl becoming a woman. Girls prepare for the ritual for six months or more. During the ceremony, which can last four days, the girls sing, pray, run, and dance, often for hours without stopping. Here, a girl from the White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona is blessed with pollen, symbolizing fertility.

    Kiowa Boys, photographed at Fort Sill, Indian Territory, 1890 by H. P. Robinson. Part of the Lawrence T. Jones III Texas photography collection.

    Esteemed Son (aka Particular To The Time Of Day) - Pawnee - circa 1869

    Chief Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt(Chief Joseph) of the Nez Perce Indians, with family. Circa 1880

    Spotted Horse - Crow - circa 1885

    Paiute man - circa 1870

    native american child by edward curtis

    Iron Tail - Oglala - circa 1914 {Note: Sinte Maza (aka Iron Tail) was an Oglala Lakota man who fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876. He also performed with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show during the 1890's and with the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch Wild West Show near Ponca City, Oklahoma from 1913 to 1916. He died of pneumonia on 28 May 1916 while traveling by train to South Dakota. He was one of three models for the Indian Head Nickel designed by James Earle Fraser.}