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“#Montana "The Eagle." Piegan/Blackfoot Glacier National Park Photo: Roland Reed,1913. #NativeAmerican #NDN #ndnation”
Crow women wearing Elk-Tooth dresses; Victoria Big Shoulder is holding the baby. Photographed: 1890. - National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.
"Kiowa-Apache Woman", [detail], ca. 1890. Photographed on the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Reservation, a location which was in reality, a horrific prison camp in southwest Oklahoma. Image, Lenny & Sawyers photographers.
Goose Face, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, ca. 1900
Portrait of Goose Face, Dakota Sioux, head and shoulders, facing right. Photograph by Heyn Photo, Omaha, Nebraska, No. 633, copyrighted 22 June 1900. From the Library of Congress More Native American portraits | More Hein and Hein & Matzen photographs [PD] This picture is in the public domain
Shoshone woman - The name "Shoshone" comes from Sosoni, a Shoshone word for high-growing grasses. Some neighboring tribes call the Shoshone "Grass House People," based on their traditional homes made from soshoni'. Shoshones called themselves Newe, meaning "People." Meriwether Lewis recorded the tribe as the "Sosonees or snake Indians" in 1805
Una gran fotografía de niña NATIVA NORTEAMERICANA, está imagen fue echa en la reserva de STANDING ROCK,la cara de esa criatura es inmensamente preciosa
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