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Hinmatoyalatq'it (aka Thunder Coming Over The Mountain, aka Chief Joseph) - Nez Perce - before 1904

Hinmatoyalatq'it (aka Thunder Coming Over The Mountain, aka Chief Joseph) - Nez Perce - before 1904

Saloso, Satanta's Son "After some delay the Indians, mounted on their ponies began to straggle into the quadrangle, enclosed on all sides by the barracks and quarters of the troops. Riding first, leading the motley procession came Sa-tan-ta the boaster, with Big Tree, a young brave gaily decorated with vermilion paint and eagle feathers. Next Sa-tank, an old chief, and Sa-lo-so, son of Sa-tan-ta, well mounted and equipped, rode side by side."

Saloso, Satanta's Son "After some delay the Indians, mounted on their ponies began to straggle into the quadrangle, enclosed on all sides by the barracks and quarters of the troops. Riding first, leading the motley procession came Sa-tan-ta the boaster, with Big Tree, a young brave gaily decorated with vermilion paint and eagle feathers. Next Sa-tank, an old chief, and Sa-lo-so, son of Sa-tan-ta, well mounted and equipped, rode side by side."

An old photograph of Pablino Diaz - Kiowa 1899.

An old photograph of Pablino Diaz - Kiowa 1899.

Antique Albumen Cabinet Card portrait of Long Soldier seated holding a Pipe and displaying a single Eagle Feather from his head.  Identified on back in pencil as "Long Soldier Ft Yates", with no photographers mark on card. Long Soldier signed the Fort Laramie treaty of 1868.    Beautiful Large Fine Art Prints of this image are available up to 48" Tall.

Antique Albumen Cabinet Card portrait of Long Soldier seated holding a Pipe and displaying a single Eagle Feather from his head. Identified on back in pencil as "Long Soldier Ft Yates", with no photographers mark on card. Long Soldier signed the Fort Laramie treaty of 1868. Beautiful Large Fine Art Prints of this image are available up to 48" Tall.

Geronimo - Chiricahua Apache - 1897                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Apache Indians of New Mexico and Arizona Part #3

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