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    American Indian Art:Beadwork and Quillwork, A SIOUX PICTORIAL BEADED HIDE VEST. c. 1890...

    This is believed to be an image of Lakota Sioux Native American "Little", who, along with 150 other Native Americans, were slaughtered in the Wounded Knee Massacre December 29th, 1890 in South Dakota. Learn more: www.ancientfaces....

    High Heron, Has No Horses - Oglala – 1898

    Sitting Bull's 17 yr old son Crow Foot, lay down his life trying to stop his father from being arrested. Why was Sitting Bull arrested? In 1888 Sitting Bull rejected a new offer to sell Sioux land. The U.S. government became increasingly frustrated by his refusal to negotiate a deal and orders were given for his arrest. Deaths: Indian Police: 6 killed and 1 wounded. Sitting Bull's followers: 7 killed, including his adopted brother Jumping Bull and 3 wounded ..*

    1900 Black Horn and Lone Elk

    Red Clouds Sioux Indians 1874

    Whirling Horse American Indian Sioux Chief. Dry plate negatives--1890-1910. May have been a member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.

    Chief Shot-in-the-eye, 1899. "Shot-in-the-Eye was an Oglala Sioux who fought in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876, where he was wounded and lost an eye. What he was called prior to this battle is unknown.

    Sioux warrior, Little Chief. South Dakota. 1905.

    Red Cloud and American Horse, Dakota Chiefs, 1897 or 1898 Barry, D. F. (David Frances)

    Poor Dog and family 1898 - Old Photos - Oglala | Sioux Research-Dakota, Lakota, Nakota

    American Indians' history has been systemically whitewashed to benefit imperial European colonizers.

    Scorched Lightning - Miniconjou / Sioux (Lakota)

    Years after Wounded Knee, Iron Tail, an Oglala Sioux, was invited to Washington, D.C. by General Nelson Miles. While in Washington, D.C. Iron Tail was chosen with two other Indians, Two Moons, a Cheyenne and Big Tree, a Kiowa as models by James E. Fraser to create the Indian head profile on the Buffalo Nickel used from 1913-1938. On October 21, 1913 Iron Tail received a commendation certificate of "good character" from the U.S. Government.

    Two Strikes daughters, Lakota Sioux women, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota, in front of a painted backdrop. Photograph: 1891.

    Lakota Sioux men and boys perform a war dance on the Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Date 1890? December 25th.

    Native American (Sioux) Blue Cloud,1880

    Chief Red Horse, Lakota Sioux, a participant of the Battle of Little Bighorn, is known for documenting the battle with 41 ledger drawings.


    Kicking Bear was a Native American medicine man who was born Oglala Sioux, but became a sub-chief among the Minneconjou Sioux during the period known as the Sioux Wars (1854-1890). Both the Oglala and the Minneconjou belonged to the Lakota Nation. He was a first cousin and close friend of Chief Crazy Horse.

    Kills Alone - Oglala / Sioux (Lakota)

    Lakota Indian Chiefs

    1891, Lakota Sioux camp--Pine Ridge Reservation.

    Village of the Lakota Sioux

    Here we present a dramatic image of A pretty group at an Indian tent. It was taken in 1891 by Grabill, John C. H., photographer. The image shows Four Lakota women standing, three holding infants in cradleboards, and a Lakota man on horseback, in front of a tipi, probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation.