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Chief Crowfoot and family 1884 b 1825 d 25 April 1890 Blackfoot

Chief Crowfoot and family 1884 b 1825 d 25 April 1890 Blackfoot

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Original title: "Crowfoot", Chief of the Blackfeet ...

The deeds of Chief Crowfoot are noted in history as that of a famous Blackfoot Indian Chief who brought about peace between his people and the Government of ...

Blackfoot Confederacy chiefs at Fort Macleod, Alberta, 1875. Back Row (L-R)

... Crowfoot, Head Chief of the Blackfoot Original title: Blackfeet at Earnscliffe.

Crowfoot (c. – 25 April was a chief of the Siksika First Nation. Crowfoot was a warrior who fought in as many as 19 battles .

Big Mouth Spring Blackfoot Chief The story-teller, Sukamappee, ...The story-teller, Sukamappee, was 80 years old but was still over six feet tall, ...

Tsuu T'ina (Sarcee) A photo of Chula (AKA: Bull Head) Tsuu T'ina Chief (photograph by Roberts, on Sarcee Reserve, Calgary. Ca.1899)

... Original title: Description English: Photographic portrait of Crowfoot, Head Chief of the Blackfoot ...

Chief Poundmaker of the Plains Cree. Poundmaker, Cree chief (b in central Saskatchewan c 1842; d at Blackfoot Crossing, Alta 4 July 1886).

This beautiful photograph is of an unidentified chief with embroidered skin leggings and vest, beads, and a feathered hat, ca.1895.

Cree Chief Big Bear at Stony Mountain Penitentiary, 1885. Source: National Archives of

Crowfoot with children in 1884. Within two years of the photo being taken, all nine children pictured, several of whom were his own, ...

... Blackfoot Crossing Original title: Portraits of Crowfoot, his Cree wife Old Woman, Chief Rabbit Carrier ...

Original title: Mistahi maskwa (Big Bear), vers 1825-1888, un

Chief Big Bear Birth: 1825 Death: Jan. 17, 1888 Cree Indian Leader. A noted leader and great warrior, Big Bear was born about 1825 near Fort Carlton to the ...

Horse Child (Big Bear's youngest son), Big Bear and Poundmaker in the front

Peeayskin (aka Far Away Cough, aka Far Away Voice) - Blackfoot - circa 1910

Blackfoot Chief Crowfoot painting by James Henderson, 1924

... the reserves was difficult for Canada's indigenous peoples such as these Cree women and children near Maskwacis (formerly known as Hobbema), ca. 1890s.

Original title: Description Group of nine taken in the square of the North-West

Native American Indian Pictures: Blackfeet Indian Couples Photo Gallery…

The five Keatons

Chief Ermineskin and Grand-daughters

Chief Little Bear, of the Cree Indians AVONLEA and DRYDEN'S HERITAGE - part of the Haida Nation Canadian Cree

Blackfoot Woman 1900 ... I looked very close at this picture and realized that I look a lot like her - facial structure is the same .

Photo by O.B. Original title: Cree chief Big Bear at Hudson Bay Company trading post.

"Medicine Healer" ~ by Z.

Aatsista-Mahkan circa 1900 (Running Rabbit) by Edward S. Curtis Aatsista- ca. prob 24 Jan age chief of the Siksika First Nation

Sioux Plenty Wounds 1900

Cree Chief Thunder Child, no location or date

FOOL BULL , 1900

Crowfoot (c. 1821–1830 – 25 April 1890) was a chief of

Crowfoot (c. 1821–1830 – 25 April 1890) or Isapo-Muxika

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Poundmaker at Stony Mountain, 1886 He and Big Bear were sentenced to three years each

Original title: The Blackfoot Indians under Crowfoot crossing the Bow River, September 10, ...

1925 Vintage CANADA ~ Stoney Indian Chief Family Alberta Horse Teepee Photo Art

Famous American Indian Chiefs A crow chief and visionary

PHOTO BY EDWARD SHERIFF CURTIS.............SOURCE MAGICTRANSISTOR.TUMBLR.COM.

Iron Eyes Cody as Medicine Man in 'A Man Called Horse' 1970. Those eyes ... #picoftheday #ironeyescody #amancalledhorse #moviemaking #elliotsilverstein ...

Pretty nose Cheyanne indian woman

Chief Poundmaker and his wife, Chief Poundmaker was a great leader and chief. Well known in Alberta, Canada, where a few places are named after him.

Wife of Calf Bull, Blackfoot woman. Canadian Indian 1920-30S Credit: David J. Martin/Library and Archives Canada/PA-195135

Kicking Bear, Mat ó Waná take,Miniconju

Native American News Two Guns White Calf was a Blackfoot chief who provided one of the most readily recognizable images of Native American in the world ...

mistahi-muskwa ~ Big Bear ~ Fort Pitt, 1884 Source: Univ. Of

Chief Owl—Blackfoot circa During the Canadian Alex Ross photographed many of the First Nations people who lived around Calgary.

Metis LOUIS GARNEAU (1790-1863) Photo is Metis of Sault Ste Marie

Wooden Leg - Cheyenne

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Poundmaker and his fourth wife - Cree - before 1886

... a lever action repeating rifle in traditional dress, circa A note with the photograph says his name was possibly Mooswa, but the family has subsequently ...

Ethnomusicologist Frances Densmore recording Blackfoot chief Mountain Chief (1916)

Stoney Assiniboine camp - 1890 Assiniboine couple - no date Rattlesnake - Assiniboine - circa 1890 Eyes In The Water - Assiniboine - 1894 Little Chief ...

Reuben Black Boy and family [Algonquian Indian tribes of Montana, Wyoming, and Oklahoma]

Imasees (aka Little Bear) the son of Big Bear - Cree - 1897

CHIEF BIG BEAR Mistahi-maskw (Big Bear, chief), ca.1825 – 17 January 1888, Saulteaux, Cree

... Original title: Description English: Crowfoot talking to Lorne marquis during an Indians assembly in

Otoe chief, wearing a grizli bear's claws necklace, 1884

Two Guns White Calf, Blackfeet Montana

Métis Children of Red River

A Blackfoot warrior with a sword.

CHIEF BOBTAIL 1885, Chief (Kesayiwew, (Alexis Piche)) 19 C,

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Father Andre, Chief Big Bear, R. Burton Deane, Hamilton, Little Bear, Cst. Peck, Chief Poundmaker, Beverly Robertson, Blackfoot Siksika, Montana, ...

Cree woman and boy near Moose Factory or Moososee in Ontario - circa 1915

Chief Poundmaker

Important Potawatomi Men, hereditary Chief descendants and headmen who were signers of important document,

Wild Gun and his family - Blackfeet (Pikuni) - 1910

Kintpuash, a Modoc chief. AKA Captain Jack, yea he's family

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LOZEN (c1840-1890) - Sister of Chief Victorio. - This is one of the few photos of Lozen, the Chiricahua Apache warrior. She was incredibly courageous and ...

Lakota Indian Chiefs counciled w/Gen.Miles and ended Indian War. There names: Bull who looks back running Big White Horse White Tail Living Bear Thunder ...

Big Bear was a Plains Cree chief. He was born in 1825 and died in

Pennepekeeshik (Floating Cloud) Cree, 1903 #nativeamerican

Chief-Boy - Blackfeet Indian - City of Vancouver Archives

... Original title: Crowfoot addressing the Marquis of Lorne; pow-wow at Blackfoot Crossing ...

Hunkpapa Lakota. 1880. Photo by D.F. Barry. Source - National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian. He is also identified elsewhere as Cree Chief Big Bear.

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DAHTESTE , 1886

Quanah Parker was the last Chief of the Commanches and never lost a battle to the white man. His tribe roamed over the area where Pampas stands.

Chief Duck of the Native American Blackfoot tribe.

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Chief Thunderchild in western style clothing, wearing what appear to be treaty medals. ca 1925

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Horse Child, a son of Cree chief Big Bear in 1885. Photo courtesy of

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The son of Burning Sweetgrass on the White Bear Reserve in Saskatchewan . Cree. c

Profile of Blackfoot man wearing war shirt, shell earrings, cloth headband, two eagle

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Sarcee. Near Calgary, Alberta, Canada. ca. 1885. Photo

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CHIEF BIG BEAR Mistahi-maskw (Big Bear, chief), ca.1825

Cat-O-Capee Blackfoot, 1900 (The workmanship on his clothing is just amazing)