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Immigration problem?

Must be tough so true.people complaining about immigrants should remember they wouldn't be here if it wasn't for immigration-legal or not. Unless of course you are Native American, then by all means, feel free to complain!

How the Railroad Wiped Out Passenger Pigeons (and Nearly Bison, Too)

How the Railroad Wiped Out Passenger Pigeons (and Nearly Bison, Too)

Mound of bison skulls, after they were killed or driven to their deaths in an effort to wipe out Native Americans. addendum: and a nickel was paid to the killer with evidence of his kills . noted addendum by kumari paw.

Sitting Bull $10.36

Sitting Bull

An incredible photo of Sitting Bull. His name on this photograph is signed by Sitting Bull himself. This photo was also used as a cover for a book titled "Sitting Bull" by Bill Yenne. Such a strong face.

Acoma Pueblo man, 1905-picture taken by Edward S Curtis

Here for your browsing pleasure is a grand photo of an Acoma Man. It was made in 1905 by Edward S. The photo documents the Acoma Brave in a head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front.

Many Horses (the daughter of Sitting Bull and Snow On Her), with her son - Hunkpapa - before 1897

Native America : Many Horses (the daughter of Sitting Bull and Snow On Her), with her son - Hunkpapa - before 1897

Indigenous land ****Ever wonder where Israel got the idea of land grabbing from? Ever wonder why the USA, supports them for it?

Polly Bemis was a Chinese American pioneer who lived in Idaho in the late 19th and early 20th century. Her story became a biographical novel, and was fictionalized in the 1991 film A Thousand Pieces of Gold.

Polly Bemis was a Chinese American pioneer who lived in Idaho in the late and early century. Her story became a biographical novel, and was fictionalized in the 1991 film A Thousand Pieces of Gold.

FRANCOIS (DEAD HORSE), Flathead (Western Montana, c.1905) by cristina

FRANCOIS (DEAD HORSE), Flathead (Western Montana, God bless all the Native American people, from the beginning of time to the end, each and every one.

Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, identified as Young Man Afraid Of His Horses

Oglala Sioux, Young Man Afraid of His Horses. Born 1836 and died in 1900 at the Pine Ridge Reservation.

Circa 1860 tintype of two Seneca women in their traditional dress. Their collars are decorated with silver brooches. Private collection.

Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork. – Circa 1860 tintype of two Seneca women in their traditional dress. Their collars are decorated with silver brooches.

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