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Tribal Faces

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The connection between owls and women is old and deep. It has to so with women living often at the edge of life and death, knowing how to navigate the unknown, historically having little outer power and having to turn inward into the place where real power connects us all in the invisible. Native American Beauty, Native American Photos, North American Indians, Native American Tribes, Native American History, American Heritage, American Symbols, American Girl, Blind River
The connection between owls and women is old and deep. It has to so with women living often at the edge of life and death, knowing how to navigate the unknown, historically having little outer power and having to turn inward into the place where real power connects us all in the invisible.
Raven Aurlineus
Raven Aurlineus
Simon Kanquados  Potawatomi Chief, Rat River, Wisconsin, no date Native American Music, Native American Images, American Women, American Indian History, Wisconsin, Tribal Artwork
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Simon Kanquados Potawatomi Chief, Rat River, Wisconsin, no date
Potawatomi man - 1909, but no name or location, and wearing a Plains headdress Native American Wisdom, American Art, Indian Tribes, Native Indian, Sioux
Potawatomi man - 1909, but no name or location, and wearing a Plains headdress
Carol Itoh
Carol Itoh
Eagle Chief - Pawnee – 1905 Choctaw Indian, Indian Lore
Eagle Chief - Pawnee – 1905
Goose Face, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, ca. 1900 Native Americans, Indian Heritage
Goose Face, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, ca. 1900
Goose Face, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, ca. 1900
Ancestors American Pride, American Gifts
Ancestors
raggedglory:    Quanah Parker, Comanche c1890 (via MisterFreedom) European American, Indian History, North American, American Life
Indigo Dreams
raggedglory: Quanah Parker, Comanche c1890 (via MisterFreedom)
Chief Red Cloud  "The Great Spirit raised both the white man and the Indian. I think he raised the Indian first. He raised me in this land, it belongs to me. The white man was raised over the great waters, and his land is over there." Red Cloud. American Spirit, Native Art, Sioux Indian
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Chief Red Cloud "The Great Spirit raised both the white man and the Indian. I think he raised the Indian first. He raised me in this land, it belongs to me. The white man was raised over the great waters, and his land is over there." Red Cloud.
Afraid Of Hawk - Oglala Sioux
Afraid Of Hawk - Oglala Sioux.
Afraid Of Hawk - Oglala Sioux
James Jones (Photo Thosh Collins) is Cree From Tall Cree First Nations in northern Alberta who fuses together dance styles such as men's Fancy, tradition hoop dance, and b-boying to create a cutting edge contemporary style of movement on stage. Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/gallery/photo/james-jones-thosh-collins-thing-about-skins-photo-week-152144 American Man, Native American Indians, Indigenous Americans, Indigenous Peoples, James Jones, Skin Photo
James Jones by Thosh Collins: Thing About Skins Photo of the Week
James Jones (Photo Thosh Collins) is Cree From Tall Cree First Nations in northern Alberta who fuses together dance styles such as men's Fancy, tradition hoop dance, and b-boying to create a cutting edge contemporary style of movement on stage. Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/gallery/photo/james-jones-thosh-collins-thing-about-skins-photo-week-152144
raggedglory:    Quanah Parker, Comanche c1890 (via MisterFreedom)
Indigo Dreams
raggedglory: Quanah Parker, Comanche c1890 (via MisterFreedom)
sammamish:  	  In the local Lushootseed Salish indigenous language, it may mean either "people" or "hunter".. Arte Inuit, Arte Haida, Haida Art, Indian Art, Indigenous Art
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sammamish: In the local Lushootseed Salish indigenous language, it may mean either "people" or "hunter"..
Chief Gall fought at the Battle of Big Mound with Inkapudta and was with Crazy Horse at the Battle of the Rosebud against General George Crook. Native American Leaders, Native American Pictures, Indian Chief
Chief Gall fought at the Battle of Big Mound with Inkapudta and was with Crazy Horse at the Battle of the Rosebud against General George Crook.
Gall. 1840-1894. He was a great warrior and became a war chief in his twenties. Leading the Lakota in their long war against the US, he served with Sitting Bull during several battles, including the famous Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. A modern reassessment of the Battle of Little Bighorn has given Gall greater credit for several crucial tactical decisions that contributed to the Sioux and Cheyenne's defeat of the five companies of cavalry led by Custer of the 7th Cavalry. Asian History, American West, British History, Navajo
Gall. 1840-1894. He was a great warrior and became a war chief in his twenties. Leading the Lakota in their long war against the US, he served with Sitting Bull during several battles, including the famous Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. A modern reassessment of the Battle of Little Bighorn has given Gall greater credit for several crucial tactical decisions that contributed to the Sioux and Cheyenne's defeat of the five companies of cavalry led by Custer of the 7th Cavalry.
Rain in the Face - His name may have been a result of a fight when he was a boy in which his face was splattered like rain with his Cheyenne adversary's blood. Late in his life, the chief related that the name was reinforced by an incident when he was a young man where he was in a battle in a heavy rainstorm with a band of Gros Ventres. At the end of the lengthy combat, his face was streaked with war paint. Native North Americans, Sitting Bull
Rain in the Face - His name may have been a result of a fight when he was a boy in which his face was splattered like rain with his Cheyenne adversary's blood. Late in his life, the chief related that the name was reinforced by an incident when he was a young man where he was in a battle in a heavy rainstorm with a band of Gros Ventres. At the end of the lengthy combat, his face was streaked with war paint.