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metis dancers wearing sash - Google Search

metis dancers wearing sash - Google Search

Peter Erasmus, Metis, Alberta

Peter Erasmus, a Metis man, Alberta: Translator, Treaty 6 Negotiations,

Chief White Bull, nephew of Sitting Bull

Chief White Bull: 1849 – He was the nephew of Sitting Bull and participated in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Some believe he killed Custer. Prior to becoming a combatant against Custer, White Bull was already an accomplished fighter.

Crow women wearing Elk-Tooth dresses; Victoria Big Shoulder is holding the baby. Photographed: 1890. - National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.

Crow women wearing elk-tooth dresses - Victoria Big Shoulder is holding the baby. Photographed in National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.

Pimotat (aka Pimontal, aka The Walker) from the File Hills Reserve in Saskatchewan - Cree - 1919

Pimotat (aka Pimontal, aka The Walker) from the File Hills Reserve in Saskatchewan - Cree - 1919

Studio portrait of White Eagle family, Ponca Tribe, Arkansas City, Kansas, 1892

Studio portrait of the White Eagle Family, Ponca Tribe, Arkansas City, Kansas, 1892 :: Society and Culture Photographs

Sammy Anderson - CHW - Norway House standing beside garbage pit under construction. Off on home visit carrying a box of teaching aids. n.d.

Sammy Anderson - CHW - Norway House standing beside garbage pit under construction. Off on home visit carrying a box of teaching aids.

Mutsenamakan and Stumetsekini, Sarcee men. Circa 1900. No additional information.

Mutsenamakan and Stumetsekini, Sarcee men. Circa They look so young but fierce to me. They did not have a choice but to be warriors.

Dot Lambert of Birmingham married a Canadian soldier named Ben Ballendine in World War Two, but he returned to Canada without ever seeing his son Colin. Fortunately she met and married Jim Payne, who adopted the boy and gave him the name Colin Payne. For more: www.elinorflorence.com/blog/army-aboriginal-family

Dot Lambert of Birmingham married a Canadian soldier named Ben Ballendine in World War Two, but he returned to Canada without ever seeing his son Colin. Fortunately she met and married Jim Payne, who adopted the boy and gave him the name Colin Payne. For more: www.elinorflorence.com/blog/army-aboriginal-family

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A handsome Umatilla Indian Boy. It was created in 1910 by Edward S. The photograph illustrates a Half-length portrait of this Umatilla youth in full feather headdress, beaded buckskin shirt and shell bead necklace.

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