Potawatomi (Native Americans of the Northeast Woodlands)
Potawatomi, a word of uncertain meaning. The commonly ascribed translation, "People of the Place of Fire" or "Keeper of the Fire" is probably apocryphal and refers to their traditional obligation to maintain a council fire uniting them with the Ottawa […]
"Four Bears" (Tragic History of a Great Mandan Chief and the Mandan People), Gall | Welch Dakotah Papers
"Four Bears" (Tragic History of a Great Mandan Chief and the Mandan People), Gall's biography and his being bayoneted by a soldier and still giving a speech.
Many of the details of the physical world of The End of Always were drawn from the photographs published by Michael Lesy in Wisconsin Death Trip. These images were created between 1890 and 1910 by ...
Nah-Ko-Tah-Rat and Daughter Ah-Ta-New-Ka | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Nah-Ko-Tah-Rat and his daughter Ah-Ta-New-Ka pose together in traditional Indian clothing.