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Cowboys and Indians

Collection by Marty Fried • Last updated 2 days ago

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The conquest and pacification of Native America, its lands and its peoples, is part of our collective American soul at a level deep in our subconscious. I believe this history is why we celebrate violence and love our guns so much. Our manifest destiny has been achieved. Let's celebrate our pride as one nation. No cowboys in my ancestry but two five times great-grandmothers were Native American.

Marty Fried
Seminole Children circa 1920 by Yenshee Baby Van Sweete Native American Children, Native American Beauty, Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, Native American History, American Life, Cherokees, Seminole Indians, Oklahoma

Seminole Children circa 1920

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Asiniiwin (aka Rocky Boy, aka Stone Child) - Chippewa Cree - before 1916 Native American Pictures, Native American Beauty, Native American History, Native American Indians, Cree Indians, Montana, Native Indian, Before Us, Historical Photos

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Indian Histories, from Cadotte to Drags Wolf Individuals) as told to Col. Native Child, Native American Children, Native American Pictures, Native American History, Native American Indians, Vintage Children Photos, Native Indian, Blackfoot Indian, Red Indian

Drags Wolf, Head Chief of the Hidatsa, 1934 | Welch Dakotah Papers

His Story of “Scorched Village,” His story of the “Massacre of the inhabitants of Sperry Village,” His story of “Travels of the Gros Ventre (Hidatsa),” His Hidatsa “Story of the Flood,” His Story of “Twin Buttes,” Drags Wolf goes to his first battle, Drags Wolf does the Sun Dance, Drag’s Wolf performs the Pipe Ceremony, Feb. 10, 1934, Knife River Villages, Grave of Sakakawea, He helps capture ten tipis of hostile Sioux