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Oshanee Kenmille, revered Salish elder, died in 2009. Celebrated for her native art and skills. See more at: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/tribal-elder-aagnes-oshanee-kenmille-dies/article_c87dcb36-7efd-5ab1-a3f5-56b1b2d5b513.html

Oshanee Kenmille, Salish elder, loved & respected - put into Arts folder too - beautiful beadwork

source : amertribes.proboards.com (native american indian medicine man) _    collection image photo portrait ethnique d´indien d´amérique

source : amertribes.proboards.com (native american indian medicine man) _ collection image photo portrait ethnique d´indien d´amérique

Photo: Louise Kumkumpoo Qumqmtpu, Agate Ogden Finley, Mrs. Latati and Agnes Incashola, pose with two small children on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana. 1905-1907. Photo by Edward H. Boos. Source - Denver Public Library.

Four Women, including Louise Kumkumpoo Qumqmtpu, Agate Ogden Finley, Mrs. Latati and Agnes Incashola, pose with two small children on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana. Photo taken

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Nez Percé

Hahlahlhutsot (aka Lawyer II), the son of Lawyer I, the grandson of Twisted Hair - Nez Perce - 1905

Curly (c1856-1923). Crow Indian (Montana). In several skirmishes with the Sioux in his youth. Indian scout for the U.S. Army in 1876 at about 20. At the Battle of Little Big Horn in June 1876. - Photo by David F. Barry, c1885. - (Original)

Native American 'Curley,' General Custer's Scout and only survivor of the horrible Little Bighorn massacre of

YUMA BOY , circa 1885

YUMA BOY , circa 1885

Chief Joseph

Hin-ma-toe Ya-lut-kiht (aka Thunder Coming Over The Mountain, aka Joseph II, aka Chief Joseph) - Nez Perce - no date

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