ESH-TA-HUM-LEAH or Sleepy Eyes. A Sioux chief. WE have but little to say of this individual, whose name, when translated, signifies Sleepy eyes, and is expressive of the character of… Read More
POWASHEEK. A Fox Chief THE word Powasheek, in the Musquakee language, signifies “To dash the water off.” The individual who bears this name is a celebrated brave of the Musquakee… Read More
KlSH-KALLO-WA is nominally and legally the head chief of the Shawnee nation, but is too far advanced in life to take any active part in its affairs.
KISH-KE-KOSH a Fox Brave AMONG the Fox braves who appeared at Washington in 1837, on the occasion to which we have already alluded, was Kishkekosh, or The man with one… Read More
Yoholo Micco, A Creek chief. Indian Tribes of North America. Indian leader of Eufaula Town.
SHARITARISH a Pawnee Chief. American native. THE Pawnee nation is divided into several parts, the original or main body of which are called Grand Pawnees, while the bands which have… Read More
Mohongo, an Osage Woman with her child. Native American. OF the early life of this female we know nothing; and, perhaps, little could be gathered that would be worthy of… Read More
Keokuk chief of the Sac and Fox, 1832. Chief Keokuk (Kiyo`kaga c 1780-1848), a chief of the Sauk or Sac tribe. As chief of the Sauk and Fox, he was one of… Read More
Osceola, a Seminole Indian, was the son of a Creek chief who was killed in a 1808 battle with U.S. troops.
Sioux Squaw and Papoose (baby). First Nation. Native Americans.