Last great chief of the North American Comanche indian tribe Quanah...
Last great chief of the North American Comanche indian tribe Quanah Parker sits and poses for a photograph with one of his eight wives after his capture, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, June 22, 1875. Parker,... Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
Hattie Tom, Apache
File name: 09_06_000047 Cab no.: Cab 23.41.1 Title: Hattie Tom, Apache Creator/Contributor: Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.) (photographer) Copyright date: 1899 Physical description: 1 photographic print : platinum Summary: Genre: Platinum prints; Portrait photographs Subjects: Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition (1898 : Omaha, Neb.); Indians of North America; Apache Indians Notes: Rinehart No. 1400 Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department …
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lalulutres: “ A young Ute Indian warrior and his dog. Uintah valley, eastern slope of the Wasatch Mountains, Utah. Photo by J.K.Hillers, Powell Expedition, 1873. Courtesy Utah Historical Society ”
Kaitchkona Winema – Modoc Leader
Winema, also known as Toby Riddle, was a strong hearted Modoc Indian who would go on to perform in a 'lecture-play' named after her.
Louie "Judge" Pierre, father of Ellen Big Sam, Mary Ann Toppseh Coombs, Theresa Woodcock and Pete Pierre. ca. 1911 @ Stevensville. Twentieth anniversary of the removal of Charlo's Band from the Bitterroot Valley. Pic from Troy Felsman.
Kintpuash, aka Captain Jack, Modoc
Kintpuash, known as Captain Jack (1837–1873) | In 1872–73, this Modoc resistance leader led his people from the confines of the Klamath Indian Reservation back to their homeland to fight for the right to live as free people on their ancestral land in Tule Lake area of n. California | Only Native American leader ever to be charged with war crimes & hanged | Head was severed from body & army later transferred skull to Smithsonian (in 1898) | Skull returned to relatives in 1984