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.
Last Horse, Oglala Sioux Chief. Native Americans.
Short Bull, Indian name Tatanka Ptechela was a Brulé (Oglala) Lakota Sioux medicine man who was one of the most prominent leaders in the 1890s Ghost Dance Movement.
Sioux Black Eagle. He is wearing an eagle feather bonnet.
The Ute lived in the vast landscapes of the Great Basin and subsisted almost exclusively on big game hunting.
The Hunkpapa or Húŋkpapȟa (formerly often rendered as Honkpapa) are a North American Indian tribe and belong to the Lakota of the Sioux language family.