Chief Big Foot 1825–1890, with his wife White Hawk. Photo taken 1872. Big Foot was born in the northern Great Plains. One of the first Sioux to raise a corn crop on the Cheyenne River. He traveled to Washington, D.C., as a tribal delegate and worked to establish schools throughout the Sioux territory. Tragically killed.
Old Photo. Profile of Native American Indian - Horse Goes Ahead
Old Photo. You are purchasing a digital reproduction of the original image. The image you will receive will be printed on the highest quality archival photographic paper. This is NOT an inkjet or dye-sub computer print but one produced in a traditional photographic wet process.
Kasebier, Gertrude, Photograveur, 1901. Gertrude Kasebier, born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1852, recounts early childhood memories of playing with the Native American children in her town. When she later moved to live in New York, and began her photography studio, her early memories influenced an interest in the natives that traveled there. Unlike other photographers, who only meant to categorize and document the native peoples of America in survey form, Kasebier showed attentiveness to…
Navajo Girl, Tusayan, AZ
Explore Andrew Meyers Photography's photos on Flickr. Andrew Meyers Photography has uploaded 507 photos to Flickr.
Cheyenne costume. Photogravure by Edward S. Curtis, 1927. Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints collections. The North American Indian. n34326.
A Christian of Cherokee descent, Jennifer honors Jesus w/ her heritage. The Fancy Shawl dance is an integral part of Jennifer's ministry. At Native American powwows, festivals, & gatherings, she lives her dedication 2 the belief that when dancing, "each step is a prayer". The crosses that cover her regalia clearly signify Whom she honors. Coupled w/ dancing, she also shares her love of her culture & the Creator through speaking engagements.