I am Indian "If you have one drop of Indian blood in your veins, then you are Indian." Black Elk, Lakota (Sioux)

I am Indian "If you have one drop of Indian blood in your veins, then you are Indian." Black Elk, Lakota (Sioux) I am part Cherokee.

'Never Forget - The Native American Genocides

'Never Forget - The Native American Genocides

Let's never forget this travesty, this shameful page in our history book. Genocide American Indians, 100 Million Native American Indians the biggest genocide in human history didn't occur in Nazi, Germany, but on American Soil

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Mother and Child. First Nations (Sarcee?) mother and child circa late / early Photo of a photo. Taken at the Whyte Museum of the Rockies, in Banff, Alberta.

Zitkala-Sa by Gertrude Käsebier, 1898. Zitkala-Sa was a Yankton Sioux woman. She was well educated and went on to become an accomplished author, musician and composer - she wrote the first American Indian opera, The Sun Opera, in 1913. She went on to work for the reform of Indian policies in the United States

Zitkala-Sa, She was a Yankton Sioux woman and an accomplished author, musician and composer who wrote the first American Indian opera, The Sun Opera, in She went on to work for the reform of Indian policies in the United States.

Trail of Tears Era. Cherokee Family is being removed from their home by American Soldiers.

Trail of Tears Era. Cherokee Family is being removed from their home by American Soldiers. What makes these soldiers americans?

You are viewing an impressive image of Valley Rosebud, a Cheyenne Chief. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis. The picture shows a Cheyenne Indian Warrior, wearing a feather head dress, on horseback. The horse is drinking water from a small stream We have created this collection of pictures primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com. Image ID# 702B2848

1905 Photo shows a Cheyenne Indian, wearing war bonnet headdress, on horseback at a pool of water. Edward S. Curtis photo named: "The Valley of the Rosebud.

Cherokee Indian Junaluska, credited with saving Andrew Jackson's life, then sent on the Trail of Tears 25 years later.

A purported photo of Chief Junaluska, distinguished Cherokee warrior. Credited for saving Andrew Jackson's life at Horseshoe Bend, AL. President Jackson called for removal of Cherokee. Junaluska survived the Trail of Tears.& walked home to NC.

The Truth About Hair and why Indians would keep their hair long Hair is an extension of the nervous system, it can be correctly seen as exteriorized nerves, a type of highly evolved \’feelers\’ or \’antennae\’ that transmit vast amounts of important information to the brainstem, the limbic system, and the neocortex.

White Wolf : Elders talk about the significance of long hair in Native American Cultures Naiche - Chiricahua Apache Youngest son of Cochise

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