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A chief and his family inside their tipi.

Two hundred years ago, the Sioux (pronounced “soo”) people roamed the northern Great Plains of North America.

They were warriors. Calusa Indians

South Florida People & Environments: The Calusa Domain: Artist's conception of Calusa people preparing for fishing in the estuary (Art by Merald Clark.

Materials For Southern Pomo Language Classes - Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians - Preserving Tribe History, Language, and Cultural Identity

Materials For Southern Pomo Language Classes - Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians - Preserving Tribe History, Language, and Cultural Identity

Cheyenne Wood Gatherer | by Martin Grelle

Martin Grelle Cheyenne Wood Gatherer

Martin Grelle Cheyenne Wood Gatherer Native American Art, Western Art, and Wildlife Art. Fine art prints and posters framed, custom framing

ENGLISH/LENI-LENAPE In one of the most reproduced images of colonial America, William Penn is depicted negotiating a land purchase with the Leni-Lenape under the "treaty tree" of Shackamaxon near Philadelphia. Although the treaty is not documented, Penn's equitable dealings with the Lenape are well documented in land deeds and independent accounts. He praised their "natural sagacity," respected their negotiating skills, and learned their language to be free of interpreters' errors. In this…

ENGLISH/LENI-LENAPE In one of the most reproduced images of colonial America, William Penn is depicted negotiating a land purchase with the Leni-Lenape under the "treaty tree" of Shackamaxon near Philadelphia. Although the treaty is not documented, Penn's equitable dealings with the Lenape are well documented in land deeds and independent accounts. He praised their "natural sagacity," respected their negotiating skills, and learned their language to be free of interpreters' errors. In this…

Julia Florence Parker (born 1928) is a Coast Miwok-Kashaya Pomo basket weaver, who has become one of the pre-eminent Native American basket makers in California. A respected elder of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and long-time resident of Yosemite Valley, Parker is prolific artist, teacher, and storyteller.

Julia Parker by Ryan Alonzo. Julia Florence Parker is an NPS cultural demonstrator at the Yosemite Museum in Yosemite Valley

porcupine quillwork native american lakota | Bowl Stem Front view

Ornamental Native American Peace Pipe - pipes are not ornaments, nor are they peace pipes!

" Our people once numbered in the tens of thousands and lived along the coast of California. At one time, our territory encompassed 7,000 square miles that spanned from the beaches of Malibu to Paso Robles. The tribe also inhabited inland to the western edge of the San Joaquin Valley. We called ourselves “the first people,” and pointed to the Pacific Ocean as our first home...." http://www.santaynezchumash.org/history Photo... October 16, 2012: Chumash Home, photo by Lawrence Goldman //

Chumash AP with Boney Mountain, Satwiwa Indian Cultural Center Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area

COVELO INDIAN COMMUNITY Indian woman & baby, 1904. Writtings on the postcard…

COVELO INDIAN COMMUNITY Indian woman & baby, Writtings on the postcard says that the baby is called Bryan and that the Native woman is his nurse. The cradle is typical from the Pomo style. Postcard published by R. Shattuck, before

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