Chato - Mescalero Apache - no date. | Chato (1854–1934) was a Chiricahua Apache warrior who carried out several raids on settlers in Arizona in the 1870's. He was a protege of Cochise, and he surrendered with Cochise in 1872 going to live on the San Carlos Reservation in southern Arizona, where he became an Army scout.

Bakeitzogie (The Yellow Coyote), called Dutchy - Chiricahua Apache - no date Apache man - no date Kiowa Apache man - circa 1869 Dervako, Dur-Con-Each-La - Kiowa Apache - no date Kiowa Apache

Seated studio portrait of a Native American Apache policeman on a bear skin rug with a painted architectural backdrop. He wears a tall felt hat with a badge on the crown, an animal fur stole, and holds a fur covered quiver and bow case:

boniehattie

Boss of the Plains- the hat that influenced the modern cowboy hat

Native Style, Native American Art, Native Americans, Culture, Native Indian, Painted Horses, Tattoos, Pipes, Le Monde

Apache scouts and Al Sieber

Apache scouts and Al Sieber

Chiricahua Apache Women POWs (April 1886)

Chiricahua Apache women and baby - 1886 This is especially inspiring to me because I am part Chiricahuan.

Charley, Apache fiddler.

found photography capturing lost sounds by unknown musicians - snapshots - real photo post cards - tintypes - cabinet cards & other discarded ephemera from the late to the early submissions accepted ask a question

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