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Hail Stone (aka Stump Horn Bull, aka Spotted Horn Bull) - Crow - no date

Hail Stone - Crow Indian , ca. 1890 - (aka Stump Horn Bull, aka Spotted Horn Bull) - Photo by Frank Jay Haynes. (B&W copy) "The eyes of men speak words the tongue cannot pronounce.

by Edward S. Curtis

crawford-denim: “ Crow’s Heart, Mandan From the Edward S. Curtis Collection, Library of Congress.

Chief Naiche, youngest son of Cochise, Chiricahua Apache. Naiche | by plumaluna07@sbcglobal.net

White Wolf : Elders talk about the significance of long hair in Native American Cultures Naiche - Chiricahua Apache Youngest son of Cochise

Geronimo

Geronimo, The famous Chiricahua Apache Chief - Native American Charcoal drawing from a photograph.

Tsianina Redfeather Blackstone, an American Indian woman who sang on the Metropolitan Opera stage and on the battlefields of France during World War a Cherokee Native American woman. Photo taken between 1920 and 1930.

History: Tsianina Redfeather Blackstone, an American Indian princess who sang on the Metropolitan Opera stage and on the battlefields of France during World War a Cherokee Native American woman.

Whirling Horse, American Indian

Stunning portraits of Native Americans who performed in "Buffalo Bill's Wild West"-1898

Whirling Horse - shows the man with full head dress, buckskin clothing, and blanket. It is believed that Whirling Horse was a member of a Wild West Show, possibly Buffalo Bill Cody's. a traditional Indian person,

Touches The Cloud- (Mineconjou) The picture was taken in 1877. He was a half brother to Chief Spotted Elk and he was best known as Crazy Horse's main warrior-He was the cousin of Crazy Horse and a chief of the Warrior Society.

Chief Touch the Clouds - Son of Lone Horn, brother of Spotted Elk, Frog, and Roman Nose. Also cousin to Crazy Horse.photo by James H.

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Indian Proverb

"We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children."/ This is so true. Think about this when you throw out all that stuff that can be recycled.

Christine Quintasket, (Mourning Dove) 1888-1936. Mourning Dove was a Salish Indian. Her father was a member of the Okanogan Indians but he left his wife and family. She was the first Native American Woman to write and publish novels.

"Everything on the earth has a purpose, every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the Indian theory of existence." -Mourning Dove (Salish) (Colville tribe and a white father) Native American tribe of the Pacific Northwest.

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