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Louise Smoky, a Kiowa, in a cradle board. Charles H. Penn Museum image This photograph in the collection of artist Charles H. Stephens presents a smiling Kiowa child, Louise Smoky. Native American Children, Native American Beauty, Native American Photos, Native American History, Native American Indians, American Baby, American Symbols, American Women, Comanche Indians

Louise Smoky, a Kiowa

Louise Smoky, a Kiowa, in a cradle board. Charles H. Stephens collection; Penn Museum image #149915 Find out more at www.penn.museum These images are protected by United States copyright. Please contact the Penn Museum archives for permission to re-distribute these images.

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Etowah mound site tree marker?

Good afternoon, I had a meeting today with a member of the Muscogee Cultural Preservation Office at the Etowah Indian Mound State park in N. Georgia

Infant and young girl, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Native Child, Native American Children, Native American Beauty, Native American Photos, American Indian Art, Native American History, American Indians, American Symbols, American Girl

Infant and young girl, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. 1905. Photo by Edward H. Latham. Source - University of Washington Libraries.

Sioux man Spotted Weasel and his wife, members of “The Red Man spectacle and Red… – Indian Living Rooms Native American Pictures, Native American Clothing, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Native Americans, African Americans, Red Indian, Native Indian, Blackfoot Indian

Mr. and Mrs. Spotted Weasel :: Photographs - Western History

Chief Spotted Weasel (Kuhinya Oglala Lakota Sioux) and his wife, Cedar | Had 6 children with Cedar: Wicincala (aka Her), Iyohinkeyapi (aka Let Him), Medicine Boy (aka Holy Boy), Iha (aka Laugh), Onyan Napapi (Run Left Him) and a son (name unknown). Tehilapi or Tekilape (Fond of Him) is listed as a daughter of Spotted Weasel in 1895 Census Rolls | Participated in 1910 exhibit at Stellingen Zoological Garden near Hamburg (founded by Carl Hagenbeck), with a program similar to Buffalo Bill