Stella Yellow Shirt, Dakota Sioux, with baby, by Heyn Photo, 1899
Portrait of Stella Yellow Shirt and baby, Dakota Sioux woman seated, three-quarter length, facing left, with baby on back. Photograph by Heyn Photo, Omaha, Nebraska, No. 291, 1899. From the Library of Congress More Native American portraits | More Hein and Hein & Matzen photographs [PD] This picture is in the public domain
Grandma Sioux, via Flickr. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.
RENDEZVOUS ON THE LITTLE BIG HORN “TAPS” FOR AMERICA’S BOY GENERAL Part II
Chief Sitting Bull (Tatanka iyotake), a Hunkpapa Sioux spiritual leader was 45 at the time of the Big Horn battle. In 1890, he would be sho...
She Came Spotted :: Photographs - Western History
Portrait of She Came Spotted and an unidentified Native American Sioux woman, posed outside on a fur skin rug in front of a painted backdrop of a Lakota style Indian war record, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Photo: ca. 1890. - One problem with this photograph is we're not told which one of the women is "She Came Spotted", at a guess I'll go for the lady seated. At least that's a 50% chance of being right! Love the painted backdrop. Wonderful.
Mrs Thunder Bear, the famous interpite [sic] among the Sioux's :: Photographs - Western History
Mrs Thunder Bear, the famous interpreter among the Sioux's - Circa 1891 - Photographer unknown.