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Indian Pow Wow at Chambers Farm, Fort McCoy Fl, Nov 2012. #powwow #fl (at Chambers Farm Pow Wow)

cowgirlcravings:

Indian Pow Wow at Chambers Farm, Fort McCoy Fl, Nov 2012. #powwow #fl (at Chambers Farm Pow Wow)

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Plenty Horses’ defense after slaying Lt. Casey near Pine Ridge, South Dakota. “Five years I attended Carlisle Indian School and was educated in the ways of the white man. When I returned to my people, I was an outcast among them. I was no longer an Indian. I was not a white man. I was lonely. I shot the lieutenant so I might make a place for myself among my people. I am now one of them. I shall be hung, and the Indians will bury me as a warrior.” He was finally released.

the-first-nations:

Plenty Horses’ defense after slaying Lt. Casey near Pine Ridge, South Dakota. “Five years I attended Carlisle Indian School and was educated in the ways of the white man. When I returned to my people, I was an outcast among them. I was no longer an Indian. I was not a white man. I was lonely. I shot the lieutenant so I might make a place for myself among my people. I am now one of them. I shall be hung, and the Indians will bury me as a warrior.” He was finally released.

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Pretty Nose, Cheyenne
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“Peru’s natural gas project sparks worry for Amazon’s isolated tribe”

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“Peru’s natural gas project sparks worry for Amazon’s isolated tribe”

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“Elizabeth Bad Roads-Schlall (Umatilla) and her husband, Francis Schlall (Paiute) on their Wedding Day - 1929”

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“Elizabeth Bad Roads-Schlall (Umatilla) and her husband, Francis Schlall (Paiute) on their Wedding Day - 1929”

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“Navajo Women Outside Their Hogan 1893”

Whatever she’s weaving looks beautiful. I wonder if she ever thought that a little over a hundred years later, the White man would be stealing her designs and selling it as “tribal.” 

snowyowlwhitecotton:

“Navajo Women Outside Their Hogan 1893”

Whatever she’s weaving looks beautiful. I wonder if she ever thought that a little over a hundred years later, the White man would be stealing her designs and selling it as “tribal.” 

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“Pawnee and Home”
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Powder Face wife and child - Arapaho

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Powder Face wife and child - Arapaho

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