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Nisenan , 1851

Wapumnes Nisenan Headman with Treaty Commissioners Wozencraft, Reddick, and McKee, Courtesy Sacramento History Museum

Rare carte-de-visite of a Maidu woman and three girls, probably mother and daughters. The image dates from around 1860 and was taken by by Charles Ferrand, Nevada City's per-eminent local photographer.

Rare carte-de-visite of a Maidu woman and three girls, probably mother and daughters. The image dates from around 1860 and was taken by by Charles Ferrand, Nevada City's per-eminent local photographer.

She is more what the Original American Indian looked like. The 50 million killed off looked like this. This why the devil referred to them as "Red Man".....with no disrespect, the light skinned Native Americans you see today have the white man's blood. He killed off the black and saved the light...thus changing the complexion of the Original Native American. The sister in the pix is also of the look of the Taino, Arawak and Taino Indians of the Carribbean. They too, were killed off. This was…

A woman identified as being of half African, half Indian descent from Martinique, beautiful. Vintage, circa Photo in the private collection of Sarah Partridge. Just a breif history on Martinique

Pocahontas & son Thomas Rolfe

The Real Pocahontas

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