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Above we show a majestic photo of Sitting Bear. It was made in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis. The illustration documents Sitting Bear, Arikara man, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front.

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Northwestern Great Plains Native American warrior.

Pawnee Nation Braves

Crow Foot II (aka Big Crow Foot II, aka Crow Indian's Big Foot II, aka Shot Close, aka Bear Ghost, aka Packs The Knife II) - Blackfoot (Siksika) - circa 1886

Almighty Voice - Cree man - no date

Ah-Keah-Boat (aka Jim Two Hatchet) - Kiowa - 1898

Kwakiutl and Navajo tribes. Edward S. Curtis circa 1914.

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NA Indian - Little Bird, Arapahoe photographed by F.A. Rinehart. (c.1898).

Otto, son of the Nez Percés Chief Joseph (aka Joseph II). No date. Photo by "unknown".

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native American dancer arrow of light 2, via Flickr.