Celilo ( Yakama) group pose in ceremonial dress at Celilo Falls, Oregon :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion
Zintka Lanuni - Lost Bird orphaned at Wounded Knee, 12/29/1890.
Stunning portraits of Native Americans restored after over a century
Charles Milton Bell died in 1893 but his wife Annie took over the photography studio. Pictured above, a family - including father Little Dog - in traditional dress, including a baby apparently unable to stay still for the shoot
Snake Whistle (aka Young Wild Hog, aka Bird Wild Hog), the son of Wild Hog (Northern Cheyenne) Stands In Lodge (Oglala Lakota), and the husband of Lydia Little Wolf-Wild Hog Northern Cheyenne 1880
Tong Pah - Jicarilla Apache - 1904
Friday - northern Arapaho. Adopted son of Thomas Fitzpatrick, often served as an interpreter for his people.
Yankton Sioux, known as Grizzly Bears Nose pictured with pipe, wampum and a feathered headdress taken in 1872
Captain Burnett with Quanah Parker.
Apache Indians, Chief Geronimo in a parade with two women in Oklahoma, 1903
Setukkomuccon. Sarcee. Near Calgary, Alberta, Canada. ca. 1885. Photo by William Hanson Boorne.
Chief Billy Bowlegs (Holata Micco/Oh-Lochta-Mico/Oh lachta mico/Oh-loch-ta Mi-co/Och-Lochta Micco/O-loc-to-mi-co), Seminole, ca. 1810-1859
anthony luke's not-just-another-photoblog Blog: Fascinating 19th Century Portraits of Native American Indians ~ By Photographer Frank A. Rinehart
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Rain In The Face with his wife Sati - Hunkpapa - no date