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Tsola - "Chipmunk", Jemez governor (The North American Indian, v. XVI. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, 1926)

Tsola - "Chipmunk", Jemez governor (The North American Indian, v. XVI. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press)

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - volume 16 facing: page 24 Tsola - "Chipmunk", Jemez governor

Sitting Bull  - Toro Seduto

Guest Commentary Published August 2016 By David Bearshield A “black poisonous snake” is how Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault II has described the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Umatilla crying babies

Lee Moorhouse 1898 photo of two crying Umatilla babies tied in cradleboards and propped up against a lattice fence.

Native American Indian

Native American Indian

Left: Sitting Owl, Hidatsa, Right: A Taos girl, ca. (Library of Congress/Edward S.

Lone Chief – Oto. Edward Sheriff Curtis Photography.

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - portfolio 19 page plate no.

Bull Tongue (Tsidup-teshish) (c. 1838 - ? ) - Apsaroke (Crow) warrior - Photo by Edward S. Curtis - 1908 - (Original)

Bull Tongue (Tsidup-teshish) (c. ) - Apsaroke (Crow) warrior - Photo by Edward S. Curtis - 1908 - (B/W copy)

Alchesay (aka William Alchesay) - White Mountain Apache - before his death in 1928:

Alchesay (aka Swollen One, aka William Alchesay) - White Mountain Apache - before his death in 1928

The Whip - Ponca (The North American Indian, v. XIX. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, 1930)

The Whip - Ponca (The North American Indian, v. XIX. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, 1930)

Holding Eagle, (the husband of the Mandan woman known as Scattered Corn Woman) - Hidatsa - no date

Holding Eagle, (the husband of the Mandan woman known as Scattered Corn Woman) - Hidatsa - no date

American Clothing, Photo S, White Man, North America, Warriors, Wisdom

Sitting Bull, Mexico

Goyahkla (aka One Who Yawns, aka Jerome, aka Geronimo) - Chiricahua Apache - no date

Goyahkla (Aka One Who Yawns, Aka Jerome, Aka Geronimo) - Chiricahua Apache.

Koostata Big Knife with his step-daughter Mary, and wife Suzette Big Knife - Kootenai - 1915

Koostata Big Knife with his step-daughter Mary, and wife Suzette Big Knife - Kootenai - 1915