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Alchesay, White Mountain Apache. Scout for General Crook. Circa 1882. Chief Alchesay won the Medal of Honor for extreme bravery in the Apache Wars.

Al-che-say, White Mountain Apache War Chief. Scout for General Crook. Circa Chief Alchesay won the Medal of Honor for extreme bravery in the Apache Wars.

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Essa-queta (better known as Pacer) Pacer was the leader of the KIOWA APACHE tribe. Actually, Pacer was part of the peace faction and kept the main group of Kiowa Apaches on the reservation during the Red River War of

The Native Spirit!

Native American Tipi As It Once Was. In honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the be

"Alone with the past". Navajo at Canyon de Chelly. Arizona. 1913. Photo by Roland W. Reed.

View of the White House, Ancestral Pueblo Native American (Anasazi) ruins in Canyon de Chelly, Arizona, in Roland W.

Black Weasel and wife. Blackfoot/Siksika. Montana. 1909. Photo by Walter McClintock.

Black Weasel and wife. Photo by Walter McClintock. Source - Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and.

Cheyenne woman erecting tipi poles. 1902-1904.

"Putting Up Poles for Lodge," Cheyenne woman erecting a tipi. Photo by Elizabeth Curtis Grinnell circa

Assiniboin Camp

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - volume 18 facing: page 168 Assiniboin camp near the Rocky Mountains

Sioux Indian Clothing | Yankton-Dakota+Sioux-Dress-Clothes-Design-Iron+Hail-Granddaughter-1920 ...

Native American Indian - Old Photos L-R: Wasu Maza (aka Iron Hail, aka Dewey Beard) (Mniconjou) with his wife, Alice Lone Bear-Beard (Oglala) and their granddaughter, Celene Marie Not Help Him (Oglala/Mniconjou) - 1920

White Eagle was the principal chief of the Poncas who remained in Native American Territory (now Oklahoma) in 1877 when Standing Bear and other Poncas journeyed north to bury Standing Bear's deceased son in their homeland along the Niobrara River in northern Nebraska.

White Eagle was the principal chief of the Poncas who remained in Oklahomain 1877 when Standing Bear and other Poncas journeyed north to bury Standing Bear's deceased son in their homeland along the Niobrara River in Nebraska.

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