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Various kinds of armor were also used. Wooden helmets, often elaborately carved, with separate visors, also of wood, and cuirasses of tough withes twined together or of short flat rods joined by sew ing with sinew or tough rawhide, were used by Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian warriors (Fig. 22, Plate 22). Northwestern Californians also used... Native Americans, Illustrators, Metal, Tlingit, North West
Tlingit Haida Tsimshian armor warrior
two people dressed in native american garb and holding spears, standing next to a child
Seminole Tribe key partner on ‘immense’ Fort King project • The Seminole Tribune
Seminole Tribe key partner on ‘immense’ Fort King project • The Seminole Tribune
an old photo of a native american man holding a bow and arrow in the woods
Pomo warrior, Northern California.
Tlingit armor Inspiration, Pacific Northwest
Tlingit armor
an oil painting of a native american man holding a stick and wearing a headdress
Co-ee-há-jo, a Chief
Co-ee-há-jo, a Chief, 1838, George Catlin, oil on canvas, 29 x 24 in. (73.7 x 60.9 cm), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Joseph Harrison, Jr.
Seminole Reinactment Indian, Native American Regalia, Indian Tribes
Seminole Reinactment
a native american man riding on the back of a white horse in an open field
PLAINS INDIAN RIDING | TIM GRAHAM - World Travel and Stock Photography
Plains First Nations rider in regalia, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Photo by Tim Graham