North American Tribes

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As a medicine man, Geronimo acted as a teacher for hereditary Chief Naiche.  Naiche had three wives and 15 children. Nadeyole, was Naiche's oldest wife. Nadeyole died on 24-12-1896, while a prisoner of war at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Naiche's second wife was E-clah-heh (1859-1909) who died at Fort Sill. She was related to Geronimo, which meant that Naiche felt closely bound to Geronimo as head of his wife's kin. Her daughter was Dorothy (1876-1946).

As a medicine man, Geronimo acted as a teacher for hereditary Chief Naiche. Naiche had three wives and 15 children. Nadeyole, was Naiche's oldest wife. Nadeyole died on 24-12-1896, while a prisoner of war at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Naiche's second wife was E-clah-heh (1859-1909) who died at Fort Sill. She was related to Geronimo, which meant that Naiche felt closely bound to Geronimo as head of his wife's kin. Her daughter was Dorothy (1876-1946).

Bill Churchill - Eyes of Honor Native American Mahogany Wood Sculpture...stunning! I represented this artist. CH

Bill Churchill - Wood Sculptures - Judith Hale Gallery Solvang

Realistic sculptor in wood, with emphasis on western, wildlife and Native American subjects. Bill's primary goal is to produce wood sculpture, which honors the natural beauty of the wood.

Red Pipe, an Arapaho warrior.  ca. 190p

Red Pipe, an Arapaho warrior. ca. 190p

Weasel Tail, Blackfoot (Kainai), circa 1927

Weasel Tail, Blackfoot (Kainai), circa 1927

Chief White Bull, nephew of Sitting Bull

Chief White Bull, nephew of Sitting Bull

Geronimo - Chiricahua Apache - 1897. Photograph by William E. Irwin, Chickasha Indian Territories

APACHE INDIAN WAR CHIEF GERONIMO VINTAGE PHOTO NATIVE AMERICAN OLD WEST 21116

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L-R: Ah-keah-boat (aka Two Hatchet, aka Jim Two Hatchet), To-bah (aka Frank Tobah), Kau-yoodle (aka Jimmy Hummingbird) - Kiowa - 1898

L-R: Ah-keah-boat (aka Two Hatchet, aka Jim Two Hatchet), To-bah (aka Frank Tobah), Kau-yoodle (aka Jimmy Hummingbird) - Kiowa - 1898

Chief Naiche (son of Cochise) and co-leader of the Chiricahua with Geronimo. (Close-up of the group photo of 1886 by C. S. Fly, Tombstone, Arizona).

Chief Naiche (son of Cochise) and co-leader of the Chiricahua with Geronimo. (Close-up of the group photo of 1886 by C. S. Fly, Tombstone, Arizona).

Chappo Geronimo, son of Apache leader Geronimo, while at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania.

Chappo Geronimo, son of Apache leader Geronimo, while at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania.

A Native American Kickapoo family. No other info      Indian Pictures: Pictures

Kickapoo Indian Photographs and Images

Photographs and images of the Kickapoo Indians

Chiricahua Apaches in Fort Sam Houston on the way to captivity after Fort Sill, September or October 1886. 1) Ahnandia, 2) Yahnozha, 3) Tissnolthos, 4) Geronimo, 5) Chappo, 6) Perico, 7) Hunlona, 8) might be Beshe, 9) Naiche.

Chiricahua Apaches in Fort Sam Houston on the way to captivity after Fort Sill, September or October 1886. 1) Ahnandia, 2) Yahnozha, 3) Tissnolthos, 4) Geronimo, 5) Chappo, 6) Perico, 7) Hunlona, 8) might be Beshe, 9) Naiche.