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Red Shirt

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Ogle Sa. Oglala Lakota. Born: 1847 Died: January 4, 1925.

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Red Shirt wearing a President Grant Native Peace Medal and badge No. 25 identifying him as a Chief in Cummins's "Native Congress of Forty-eight Tribes." Cummins's Native Congresses appeared at worlds' fairs and international expositions from the 1890s through the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915. Native American Pictures, American Indian Art, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Native Americans, Sioux Nation, Cherokee Nation, Native Art, Red Shirt

Red Shirt wearing a President Grant Native Peace Medal and badge No. 25 identifying him as a Chief in Cummins's "Native Congress of Forty-eight Tribes." Cummins's Native Congresses appeared at worlds' fairs and international expositions from the 1890s through the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915.

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Native American Sioux (Dakota) Delegation to Washington, D.C left to right: Red Dog, Little Wound, Red Cloud (Makhpia-sha / Maqpeya-luta), American Horse and Red Shirt (Ogalesha) - 1874 Native American Pictures, Indian Pictures, Native American History, Native American Indians, Indian Tribes, Native Indian, Red Indian, Indian Art, Red Cloud

Red Cloud Delegations, 1880

Photo Credit: National Archives One of several delegations that Red Cloud (center) led to Washington between 1870 and the 1890s (this picture is believed to have occurred in June 1880) to advocate on behalf of the Sioux. Left to right: Red Dog, Little Wound, John Bridgeman (interpreter), Red Cloud, American Horse, and Red Shirt. Oglala Sioux, before 1876. Share the History Love... Facebook Pinterest Twitter Tumblr Reddit StumbleUpon Digg Linkedin Related

Red Shirt at the Carlisle Native Industrial School, Carlisle, PA., Red Shirt wanted his children to learn English, trade skills and white customs. Native American Images, Native American Beauty, Native American History, Native American Indians, American Art, Sioux Nation, Cherokee Nation, American Indian Tattoos, Inca Tattoo

Red Shirt at the Carlisle Native Industrial School, Carlisle, PA., 1880. Red Shirt wanted his children to learn English, trade skills and white customs.