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Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico

Dancing From the Heart—Zuni Dance Troupes Rehearse at Their Sacred Corn Mountain

In 1906, American photographer Edward S. Curtis was offered $75,000 to document North American Indians. The benefactor, J.P Morgan, was to receive 25 sets of the completed series of 20 volumes with…

Title: The Oath--Apsaroke. Date Created/Published: November Summary: Three Apsaroke men gazing skyward, two holding rifles, one with object skewered on arrow pointed skyward, bison skull at their feet.

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Moors, Saints, Knights and Kings: The African Presence in Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Moors, Saints, Knights and Kings: The African Presence in Medieval and Renaissance Europe - Atlanta Black Star

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Mounted Warrior with a Rifle - Cherokee Native American Indian in traditional costume against rock cliffs in western Wyoming.

Knife Sheaths ***

Check out this site for facts and info on the Knife Sheaths used by Native American Indians. Facts and information about the Knife Sheaths, a Native American Indian weapon. The Use, Construction and materials used to make a Knife Sheaths.

Fabian and Shelley

Zuni man and Northern Cheyenne woman Indian Pueblo Culture Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico USA, photo by Blaine Harrington -- I saw met these wonderful people in October Thanks for the photo!

Scalping Knife and Sheath, early 19th century, propably Sioux.

Scalping Knife and Sheath, early 19th century, propably Sioux.

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