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Indian Chief, John Grass (could possibly be of the tribe I might be related to through my paternal grandmother who according to family history was a full blooded Blackfoot Indian in South Dakota. Research tells me that the term Lakota Sioux Blackfoot would be my ancestry)

British American Tobacco Co "Indian Chiefs" (series of 50 issued in John Grass ~ Blackfeet Sioux

Big Razor, Blackfeet Sioux, from the American Indian Chiefs series (N2) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands

Big Razor, Blackfeet Sioux, from the American Indian Chiefs series for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands Poster Print by ' x

Black Eye, Blackfeet Sioux from the "American Indian Chiefs" series (N2), issued in 1888 in a series of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter Brand Cigarettes.

Black Eye, Blackfeet Sioux from the "American Indian Chiefs" series issued in 1888 in a series of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter Brand Cigarettes.

Spotted Tail, Blackfeet Sioux from the "American Indian Chiefs" series (N2), issued in 1888 in a series of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter Brand Cigarettes.

Spotted Tail, Blackfeet Sioux from the "American Indian Chiefs" series issued in 1888 in a series of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter Brand Cigarettes.

Sioux Chief by timetocrow, via Flickr

"Sioux Chief", another of my original oil paintings.I might be persuaded to part with. Contact the artist, I look forward to hearing from you.

Kanfh-madokah, Sisseton Chief, on horseback, at Traverse des Sioux, by Frank Blackwell Mayer. From Sketchbook of Sioux Indians During the 1851 Treaty Negotiations at Travese de Sioux, July 6, 1851.

Kanfh-madokah, Sisseton Chief, on horseback, at Traverse des Sioux, by Frank Blackwell Mayer. From Sketchbook of Sioux Indians During the 1851 Treaty Negotiations at Travese de Sioux, July 6, 1851.

Chief War Eagle, last of the Sioux to reside in Iowa territory. He was known as "The Friend of the White Man". Buried in Sioux City Iowa. How ironic.

Chief War Eagle, last of the Sioux to reside in Iowa territory. He was known as "The Friend of the White Man". Buried in Sioux City Iowa. How ironic. This is where I will have some of my ashes left when I walk on.

Blackfoot Chief, Luke Big Turnips. Artist and date unknown. Posters at AllPosters.com

Blackfoot Chief, Luke Big Turnips

Blackfoot Chief, Luke Big Turnips. Artist and date unknown. Posters at AllPosters.com