Chipeta, Ouray's wife 1882

Chipeta, Ouray's wife 1882

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Native Americans working with Sells Floto Circus   Creator/Contributor: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967 (photographer) Date created: 1917 - 1934 (approximate)   Boston Public Library

Native Americans working with Sells Floto Circus Creator/Contributor: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967 (photographer) Date created: 1917 - 1934 (approximate) Boston Public Library

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Little Bison after Wounded Knee circa 1890's Visit us. buckweed.org. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Little Bison after Wounded Knee circa 1890's Visit us. buckweed.org. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

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Zintka Lanuni - Lost Bird orphaned at Wounded Knee, 12/29/1890.

Zintka Lanuni - Lost Bird orphaned at Wounded Knee, 12/29/1890.

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Sitting Bull and One Bull

Sitting Bull and One Bull

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John Rush Buffalo - Tonkawa - 1898

John Rush Buffalo - Tonkawa - 1898

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This photo shows Celilo Village residents Jimmy George, left, and Charley Quittoken, right, holding up fishing nets once used to catch salmon at Celilo Falls. Netmaking has long been an important art among Columbia River Indians, who have relied on the river’s abundant salmon runs for millennia. Columbia River Indians traditionally made many different kinds of nets to catch salmon and other fish. The two nets shown above are dipnets, the most commonly used net at Celilo Falls prior to the…

This photo shows Celilo Village residents Jimmy George, left, and Charley Quittoken, right, holding up fishing nets once used to catch salmon at Celilo Falls. Netmaking has long been an important art among Columbia River Indians, who have relied on the river’s abundant salmon runs for millennia. Columbia River Indians traditionally made many different kinds of nets to catch salmon and other fish. The two nets shown above are dipnets, the most commonly used net at Celilo Falls prior to the…

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Tong Pah - Jicarilla Apache - 1904

Tong Pah - Jicarilla Apache - 1904

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Crow man

Crow man

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