You are viewing an unusual image of Tsahizn Tseh. It was taken in 1906 by Edward S. Curtis. Oh, gosh, this Edward S. Curtis was a GENIUS!!!!

You are viewing an unusual image of Tsahizn Tseh. It was taken in 1906 by Edward S. Curtis. Oh, gosh, this Edward S. Curtis was a GENIUS!!!!

Mary Baillargeon & eagles' ~ Eaglets raised by Alexie Crapeau ~ (Dene) ~ NWT 1956

Mary Baillargeon & eagles' ~ Eaglets raised by Alexie Crapeau ~ (Dene) ~ NWT 1956

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Destined for greatness and an early death, Spotted Tail, the great chief of the Brulé Sioux, was born in 1823 on the White River in South Dakota. His sister was the mother of Crazy Horse, and he was a first cousin to Conquering Bear, the man named by the U.S. government as the chief of the tribe at Fort Laramie in 1851. Spotted Tail was not a hereditary chief but received recognition based on his ability and character.read his story…

Destined for greatness and an early death, Spotted Tail, the great chief of the Brulé Sioux, was born in 1823 on the White River in South Dakota. His sister was the mother of Crazy Horse, and he was a first cousin to Conquering Bear, the man named by the U.S. government as the chief of the tribe at Fort Laramie in 1851. Spotted Tail was not a hereditary chief but received recognition based on his ability and character.read his story…

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