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LITTLE RAVEN AND HIS DAUGHTER ANNIE , 1885
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LITTLE RAVEN AND HIS DAUGHTER ANNIE , 1885

LITTLE RAVEN AND HIS DAUGHTER ANNIE , 1885

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Julius Meyer, Spotted Tail, Iron Bull, Pawnee Killer
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Julius Meyer, Spotted Tail, Iron Bull, Pawnee Killer

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Tsau lau te (Cry of the Wild Goose), son of Chief Satanta, Kiowa
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Sa-Lo-So, what a handsome man.

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Record Man in Native Dress Holding Bag Near Wood Fence 1891

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Angeline AKA "ja-ca-do'-ah ha-e-may" [Kiowa women, Big Tree's sister on right]
Angeline AKA "ja-ca-do'-ah ha-e-may" [Kiowa women, Big Tree's sister on right]

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Kickapoo Indian family - Kickapoo (Kiikaapoa or Kiikaapoi) are an Algonquian-speaking Native American tribe. According to the Anishinaabeg, the name "Kickapoo" (Giiwigaabaw in the Anishinaabe language and its Kickapoo cognate Kiwikapawa) means "Stands here and there". It referred to the tribe's migratory patterns. The name can also mean "wanderer".

Gaganichika (aka He Who Knows All About It, aka Oscar Wilde) - Kickapoo - with his Kickapoo family photo taken in 1898 by Rinehart. Read the story of the Kickapoo's kicked to the curb in another land grab deal.

Full-length studio portrait of a Ute Native American family; Ma- Rez, the husband, stands holding a hat; his wife Ah-Ne-Pitch sits beside him with the baby Tomas-Cita in a cradleboard in front of her.

Geronimo at Mount Vernon Barracks, Alabama - Chiricahua Apache - 1887

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Ute man, circa 1871 -- Judging from his outfit, he most likely had become a scout for the U. Some Indian men became scouts (thus working for the enemy - the White man) during this time period in order to save their own lives.

Cheyenne boy - 1878

Cheyenne boy - 1878

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