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September 29, 1924 - Pendleton, Oregon. Three of the prize winners in a Native American beauty contest. Left to right, Minnie Patawa (Blue Meadow) of the Walla Walla tribe; Esther Motanic (White Fawn) of the Cayuse Indian tribe and Melissa Parr (Wood Dove) of the Umatillas.

Minnie Patawa (Blue Meadow) Walla Walla tribe, Esther Motanic (White Fawn) Cayuse tribe, and Melissa Parr (Wood Dove) Umatillas tribe, Native American Beauty Contest (September Pendleton, Oregon

Crow man - 1883. Visit us. buckweed.org. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Crow man - 1883. Visit us. buckweed.org. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Navajo Indian Woman mit ihren Kindern

Navajo Land and People

According to the 1990 census, The Navajo Indians lived in the Four Corners…

Native American Family <3

Native American Family <3

Manuel Caycedo - Google+

Manuel Caycedo - Google+

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Art by Karen Noles

Indianer-Frau

Old photo of a Piegan woman, full-length portrait, seated on blankets inside tipi, facing front. It was made in 1910 by Edward S.

"Hitunena" Yellow Magpie (aka Clever Warden) called Gros Ventre Man, seen here in peyote costume with peyote feather fan and peyote rattle ca.1898.  He was an Arapaho Indian, born about 1867, attended Carlisle Indian School from 1880 to 1887, and worked for anthropologists A. L. Kroeber and James Mooney, as a translator.

Record Portrait (Front) of Hitunena, Called Gros Ventre Man or Cleaver Warden, in Peyote Costume with Peyote Feather Fan and Peyote Rattle 1898

Crow man, Forked Iron. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, 1908.

11 X 14 Reprint Vintage Native American Photograph, Forked Iron, Edward Curtis

Family unity

Native American Family

Family unity

Photo by Geoffrey Duncan.

ca. 1875, [tintype portrait of five Native American men posed with a white man in Western attire]  via the International Center of Photography

[tintype portrait of five Native American men posed with a white man in Western attire] via the International Center of Photography

anthony luke's not-just-another-photoblog Blog: Fascinating 19th Century Portraits of Native American Indians ~ By Photographer Frank A. Rin...

Attendees of the 1898 Indian Congress [Two Little Braves, Sac & Fox] by Boston Public Library. So adorable, and yet so tragic. Their braids have been cut which probably means they are students in a reform school.

Umatilla girl    - 1910

Umatilla Indian Girl Here we present a rare image of Innocence; it is a Umatilla Indian Girl in a Full-length Portrait. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. The image presenta a touching view of this young child.

Pow Wow Dancer ♡

Pow Wow Dancer ♡

Lakota (Dwellers of the Prairie) Women with quill and shell breastplates  Part of the Sioux Nation

Stitching Up History: Dentalium Beadwork Decisons Made for the Two Hide dress

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