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Kiawa Indian Girls in Buckskin dress Lawrence T. Jones III Texas photography collection Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma

Kiawa Indian Girls in Buckskin dress Lawrence T. Jones III Texas photography collection Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma

Medicine Woman - Medicine means the magical power of fate, healing magic and medicine. Women were the first midwives and shamans, welcoming the newly arrived and preparing sacred rituals for the departed. The Medicine Woman holds the Moon in her hands. She trusts Divine Timing. She knows that all things that once were will be again. From: The Book of Goddesses by Nancy Blair

Medicine Woman - Medicine means the magical power of fate, healing magic and medicine. Women were the first midwives and shamans, welcoming the newly arrived and preparing sacred rituals for the departed. The Medicine Woman holds the Moon in her hands. She trusts Divine Timing. She knows that all things that once were will be again. From: The Book of Goddesses by Nancy Blair

"Seaman David Crazy Thunder (Oglala) and mother, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, 1945." A commenter on flickr says that this is actually David Crazy Thunder's grandmother, Mazzie Crazy Thunder, born 1867 (looks more likely to be true), and that his mother had died in 1934. The same commenter says that Crazy Thunder's father was a scout. (He's so tender and careful of her. rw)

"Seaman David Crazy Thunder (Oglala) and mother, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, 1945." A commenter on flickr says that this is actually David Crazy Thunder's grandmother, Mazzie Crazy Thunder, born 1867 (looks more likely to be true), and that his mother had died in 1934. The same commenter says that Crazy Thunder's father was a scout. (He's so tender and careful of her. rw)

The Cherokee Indians have a lot of celebrations. They dance and feast and dance wildly. Perhaps this is where I get my "wild side"...live life with wild abandon. Lol! Blame it on the Cherokee. SH

The Cherokee Indians have a lot of celebrations. They dance and feast and dance wildly. Perhaps this is where I get my "wild side"...live life with wild abandon. Lol! Blame it on the Cherokee. SH

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