Blackfeet Chiefs, 1882 top row from left to right: Running Crane, White Grass, Tail Feather, Coming Over the Hill, and Young Bear Chief. Bottom row: Four Horses, Little Dog, White Calf, and Little Plume. Several men wear wide brim hats, two wear fur hats. Two men wear suits, vests and ties; other clothing includes beaded and fringed buckskin shirts and leggings. Two hold tomahawks, one holds a club.

Indian chiefs who counciled with General Miles and ended the Indian War -- 1. Standing Bull, 2. Bear Who Looks Back Running [Stands and Looks Back], 3. Has the Big White Horse, 4. White Tail, 5. Liver [Living] Bear, 6. Little Thunder, 7. Bull Dog, 8. High Hawk, 9. Lame, 10. Eagle Pipe. Created in 1891 by Grabill, John C. H., photographer. Group portrait of Lakota chiefs, five standing and five sitting with tipi in background--probably on or near Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Chiefs of Montana (Piegan or Blackfeet), (identified with nine names), top row from left to right: Running Crane, White Grass, Tail Feather, Coming Over the Hill, and Young Bear Chief. Bottom row: Four Horses, Little Dog, White Calf, and Little Plume. Several men wear wide brim hats, two wear fur hats. Two men wear suits, vests and ties; other clothing includes beaded and fringed buckskin shirts and leggings. Two hold tomahawks, one holds a club. 1882. (Вторая часть фотографии)

Chief Charlo and granddaughter western Montana 1940

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Edward S Curtis - Calf Child-Blackfoot, 1926 by The History of Photography Archive, via Flickr. 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

Chief Wolf Robe - Southern Cheyenne. .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.

White Calf from the All Tall People Blackfoot clan stands in front of a child's tipi wearing a fabric dress decorated with shells and trade beads.

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Two-Guns White Calf (Blackfoot Chief) by Native Photographer, Hastiin Tilden, via Flickr. No date.

Arguably the first and greatest gunfighter of the Old West, Wild Bill Hickok wears his own clothing in this 1865-66 photo, not a stage costume, like he wore in most of his photos.

Long Horse, Black Foot (aka Sits In The Middle Of The Land), White Calf - Crow - 1873

Plains Indian Headress ~ CHIEF'S CROWN - Many deeds have I done and for each I have earned a feather from the eagle, Great Spirit. I have hunted and counted coup on many enemies and have proved myself to be worthy of this crown. My teepee, my home and the circle of life are represented here along with the blessings of the elk and deer. The ermine of richness hangs from each side and I have done well. I am Chief and I am proud.

White "Buffalo" Calf, Piegan Chief, died at Washington in 1903. He was almost 80 yrs old. He was chief of his tribe for about a generation. In 1855, known as "Feather", he signed a treaty negotiated by Gov. Stevens. As a warrior, White Calf was famous among the tribes. With the passing of inter tribal warfare he peacefully worked for the good of his people.

"I am poor and naked, but I am the chief of the nation. We do not want riches but we do want to train our children right. Riches would do us no good. We could not take them with us to the other world. We do not want riches. We want peace and love." -- Chief Red Cloud

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You are viewing an unusual image of Wishham Woman. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows Chinook Indian from Tlakluit Washington. This shows a woman, full length, facing right, standing, wearing beaded buckskin dress.

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Tahzay, son of Cochise, and elder brother of Naiche. Tahzay succeeded his father Cochise as chief of the Chiricahuas when Cochise died in 1874. As part of a delegation of Apache's to the white man's capitol tragedy struck. Tahzay developed pneumonia and, though given all available medical attention, died within a few days. Tahzay was buried in the Congressional Cemetery. Born 1843. Died 26-9-1876.

White Grass (aka Shorty White Grass), Blackfoot, by Charles Milton Bell, 1891. / Born in 1827, White Grass was a renowned warrior, medicine man, band chief, and tribal judge. Because of his small stature he was generally called 'Shorty'.