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  • Kim Jannicelli

    Crow Native American beautiful

  • Rebecca

    Crow Girl with Beaded Headband by James Woodcock

  • Samara Kaufman

    Native American girl from the crow tribe. first nation beaded headband

  • Sabrina ~

    Angela Hill’s 4-year-old daughter, Melci Smith, (Crow Indian) wears a beaded headband. (James Woodcock/Billings Gazette) . . . This beautiful little girl looks like my grandchild!

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Feathers mean a lot to Native American Tribes. A feather isn’t just something that falls out of a bird, it means much more. The feather symbolizes trust, honor, strength, wisdom, power, freedom and many more things.

  • Nik Nekeare

    Wisdom, Honor, Trust, Strength, Power....is the Native bling in a feather. Thankyou Ruth Enid Gonzalez

  • Ruth Enid Gonzalez

    You're so very welcome Nik Nekeare!

  • Nik Nekeare

    you've enlightened me being a native polynesian maori of the Pacific. These tribal symbols mean equally the same to us in upholding similar values. Worlds apart with great warrior values

  • Jean Morey

    I write historical fiction mid-reader books for children that include Native American lead characters. I have Mohawk blood myself.

  • Ruth Enid Gonzalez

    And Jean, mine's Taino!