He is one of the hereditary chiefs of the Teton tribe, of the Dacotah nation.
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He was a daring warrior, and held a respectable standing in council, as a man of prudence and capacity.
Among the Fox braves who appeared at Washington in 1837, was Kishkekosh, or The man with one leg.
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Yoholo Micco was principal chief of the Eufaula town. He was the speaker of the Creek nation.
Sharitarish was principal chief, or head man of the Grand Pawnees. He was descended from a line of chiefs
She was one of a group of seven members of her tribe to be exhibited in Europe.
As chief of the Sauk and Fox, he was one of the most important chiefs in his time.
Osceola, a Seminole Indian, was the son of a Creek chief who was killed in a 1808 battle with U.S. troops.
Coiffure 1er Republique. Madame Roland (1754 -1793). Coiffure révolution française. Album de coiffures histories par E. Nissy. Editeur: Albert Brunet, Paris c. 1860.
Marie Jeanne, comtesse du Barry (Marie Jeanne Bécu) 1743-1793. Mistress of the French King Louis XV.