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Si-Ri-Rey-Sa-Ru-Kuh (aka Roaming Chief), a Pawnee man.

Si-Ri-Rey-Sa-Ru-Kuh (aka Roaming Chief) - Pawnee – no location

Si-Ri-Rey-Sa-Ru-Kuh (aka Roaming Chief) - Pawnee Man – no location

Ne-sha-su-ru-re-ra-hi-kuts - Pawnee man, 1858

Paw Nee Indians | eagle chief pawnee, "roaming chief" c1902

La-roo-chuk-a-la-shar (aka Sun Chief, aka His Chiefly Sun) - Pawnee - circa 1872

Si-Ri-Rey-Sa-Ru-Kuh (aka Roaming Chief) - Pawnee – no location or date

unknown, Wah-tian-kah (Osage) - 1865 Osage men - circa 1865 Pa-thin-non-pa-zhi (aka Not Afraid Of Pawnees, aka Joseph, aka Big Hill Joe, aka Governor Joe) ...

A Piegan Dandy by Edward S. The Piegan, with the kindred Blackfoot and Bloods, were vigorous people, noted hunters roaming over a vast territory, ...

Running Deer-Kiowa-1899 by Adolph Muhr. Braids wrapped in otter fur

Ton-ka-wa man "Grant" (Chief Richards), photo taken at Fort Sill, Indian Territory: ca. Part of the Lawrence T.

Knife Chief, Pawnee. Wearing a war costume

osage chief | Osage Chief Bacon Rind, by B.H. Love.

Bird Chief, Arapaho, 1871. Google.ca

La-Roo-Chuck-A-La-Shar (Sun Chief) was a Pawnee chief who died fighting the Lakota at Massacre Canyon.

Alchise, 1853-1928, Chief White Mountain Apache (Western Apache). Indian Scout (Sergeant). Medal of Honor. Acted as an envoy from Crook to Geronimo…

pawnee man 1870

Eagle Chief - Pawnee – but no location

A Piegan Dandy by Edward S. The Piegan, with the kindred Blackfoot and Bloods, were vigorous people, noted hunters roaming over a vast territory, ...

Ollokot (aka Little Frog) the younger brother of Chief Joseph - Nez Perce – 1877. When Joseph mentioned in his surrender to Col.

Death of Sky Chief Pawnee, Pawnee Massacre. "Sky Chief rode off to engage

La-roo-chuk-a-la-shar (aka Sun Chief, aka His Chiefly Sun) - Pawnee - 1884

Iron Tail (Sinte Maza) was an Oglala Lakota who fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in He also performed with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show during ...

Portrait of LIsha-Lalahikots (Brave Chief) with peace medal and headdress. Part of caddoan and Pawnee Tribes. I would say that his name is very fitting

Peta-la-sha-ra (aka Man Chief) - Pawnee - 1871

As-sau-taw-ka (aka White Horse) - Pawnee - 1868

unknown, Wah-tian-kah (Osage) - 1865 Osage men - circa

Hin-ma-toe Ya-lut-kiht (aka Thunder Rolling Over The Mountains, aka Chief Joseph, aka Joseph II) the son of Tuekakas (aka Shooting Arrow, aka Joseph I) Nez ...

You are viewing an important image of Nakoaktok Chief with Copper. It was taken in

Portrait of Tskararalisin (Eagle Chief). Part of Caddoan and Pawnee Tribes. 1907

A-sa-wa-ka-red-i-hewl (aka Big Spotted Horse) - Pawnee – 1875

An old photograph of Beaver aka Kit-toox - Pawnee 1868.

Chief Dan George Photo

Manuelito Segundo, Son of Chief Manuelito and Juanita

1926 Press Photo Sioux Chief Brave Hawk Teaching Lovelies Sign Language Rosebud

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Sitting Bull (Tatanka lyotanka) historical leader of the Hunkpapa band of Lakota Sioux Indians. There won't be anything here for our children unless you ...

An unidentified Pawnee man.

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All things in the world are two. In our minds we are two, good

My people are the Cherokee. There was a time when my tribe hunted the buffalo and lived free upon the plains. The white man came and all that changed.

Low Dog, Sioux Chief by D.F. Barry, 1881.

Iron Tail - Oglala - circa 1915 {Note: Sinte Maza (aka Iron Tail

Blackfoot Chief Long Feather

George Hudson, who became the first Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation under the New Doaksville constitution, was a native of Mississippi where he was ...

By David Yorke painting

Washakie, Shoshone chief

Tarre-ka-wa (aka Bringing Forth Horses) - Pawnee – 1868

ROAMING SCOUT - SKIDI PAWNEE

Sharitarish, the leader of the Grand band of Pawnee, was a member of that

Pawnee Warrior - art by David Yorke

Roaming Scout. Pawnee. 1905

Portrait of a Jicarilla man, 1904

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American Indian named Good Chief of the Pawnee Nation. http://www.

His name wasn't really Mickey Free, and he wasn't really an Apache Indian. The legendary Al Sieber, chief of Army scouts in the badlands of the Southwest.

Hidatsa Chief Man Not Afraid Of His Gun 1890

thebigkelu: Chief Bone Necklace an Oglala Lakota. - thebigkelu: “ Chief Bone Necklace an Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation Heyn Photo ”

Jack Bullbear Arapaho

Nino Cochise 06 - (1874-1984) Chief Chiricahua Apache wurde 110 Jahre alt

Iron Scare aka Man Who Flees From Iron. Photo by Alexander Gardner. Source - National Museum of the American Indian.

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chief war eagle 1909

An old photograph of a Parowan Chief - Ute 1867-69.

Walking Buffalo aka George Maclean, the leader of the Bearspaw band of Stoney (Assiniboine

Komenêha'e (aka Komenha, aka Pure Woman) the daughter of Morning Star

Pow-Wow Dancer By James Bama (1926)

Pawnee Indians

In Owen Echo-Hawk's oral tradition, Big Spotted Horse is said to have been related to Echo Hawk, whose father was Kitkahahki and mother was Chaui, ...

It would be great to know his name.

A Chief in the Desert - Navaho Artist: Edward Sheriff Curtis Artist Bio: American

Keokuk, Sauk Chief. 1847.

Beautiful Elder

Cheyenne Peyote leader, Edward S. Curtis, Vintage image restored by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Charlie asked me to post this new portrait of Isa-Tai: ISATAI (or ISA-TAI) Comanche tribe, Kwahadi band. He was the major leader of the indian warriors in ...

Hin-ma-toe Ya-lut-kiht (aka Thunder Rolling Over The Mountains, aka Chief Joseph, aka Joseph II) the son of Tu-eka-kas (aka Shooting Arrow, aka Joseph I) ...

A Picture of Chief David Bald Eagle, Sitting Bull's Grandson. #History

famous chiefs and shamen

Saint Stalin. “

PAWNEE MEN , circa 1868

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Quanah Parker, prominent chief of the Comanche Indians with a feather fan

Pawnee Indian Warrior & Squaw - William Henry Jackson, Omaha, Nebraska (c.

Paw Nee Indians | American Indian Art:Photographs, JULIUS MEYER AND PAWNEE CHIEFS.

Henry Chee Dodge, Navajo Chief

Lone Bear by D. H. Spencer

In this circa 1885 photo of a Buffalo Bill Wild West show troupe, the Pawnee Indians (from left) Eagle Chief, Knife Chief and Young Chief, next to Cody.

Algonquin shaman,Canada

Joe Medicine Crow, the only living Crow War Chief. This man. Is amazing

Bonnie and Clyde

Seated at center: Arikara chief Son of the Star

Check out this site for an awesome picture of Pawnee Native American. A picture of Pawnee Native American from this famous Indian tribe.

Pawnee man - circa 1868

Chief Ed Le Clair. Ponca. ca.1900. Photo by Drakes. Oklahoma

Osage man (Dancer has Otter Dragger hanging over his left shoulder.) - no date

Standing L-R: Unknown (Keechi), Awarhe (Pawnee), Black Beaver (

Si-Ri-Rey-Sa-Ru-Kuh (aka Roaming Chief) - Pawnee – no location or date

Roaming Chief (Pawnee)

Si-Ri-Rey-Sa-Ru-Kuh (aka Roaming Chief), a Pawnee man.

Si-Ri-Rey-Sa-Ru-Kuh (aka Roaming Chief) - Pawnee – no location

Eagle Chief - Pawnee - no date

Si-Ri-Rey-Sa-Ru-Kuh (aka Roaming Chief) - Pawnee Man – no location

Ray-Tah-Cotz-Tay-Sah (Roaming Chief) Pawnee - 1913

Pawnee man, 1867

Tee-tah-nee-wah-lee (aka Riding In, aka William

Ne-sha-su-ru-re-ra-hi-kuts - Pawnee man, 1858

Ke-wuck-oo-lel-la-shar (aka Fox Chief,

Panwee Indians | Pawnee Indian Clothing | Pictures Online

Peta-la-sha-ra (aka Man Chief) - Pawnee - 1871