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Alfredo Rodriugez

Alfredo Rodriugez

Iroquois woman

Iroquois woman

Aim high

Aim high

Native American Indian Headdresses

Native American Indian Headdresses

Whirling Horse Photo (colorized) by Gertrude Käsebier, 1900.

Whirling Horse Photo (colorized) by Gertrude Käsebier, 1900.

"Grandfather once said that every word is a BEING... words are Spirits! by choosing how you speak and what words you speak, you are chooising what beigns you want around you! You call them to you by your words. That is Powerful! It changes everthing." - by Puma Quispe Singona (Creator, with arms open, my heart embraces all beings. Blessings, Kalpulli Teocalli Ollin - pictured)

"Grandfather once said that every word is a BEING... words are Spirits! by choosing how you speak and what words you speak, you are chooising what beigns you want around you! You call them to you by your words. That is Powerful! It changes everthing." - by Puma Quispe Singona (Creator, with arms open, my heart embraces all beings. Blessings, Kalpulli Teocalli Ollin - pictured)

Many Horses, a Teton Lakota, photographed in 1872 by Alexander Gardner Courtesy Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives

Many Horses, a Teton Lakota, photographed in 1872 by Alexander Gardner Courtesy Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives

Pawnee young couple and child pose for a photo. The design on the cradleboard is unique to the Pawnee and relates to the myth of the morning star. To learn more about cradleboards, see here: http://traditionalnativehealing.com/native-american-cradleboards

Pawnee young couple and child pose for a photo. The design on the cradleboard is unique to the Pawnee and relates to the myth of the morning star. To learn more about cradleboards, see here: http://traditionalnativehealing.com/native-american-cradleboards

Chief Owl—Blackfoot circa 1886. During the 1880s, Canadian Alex Ross photographed many of the First Nations people who lived around Calgary. In particular, Ross documented many of the men, women and families of the Blackfoot—mainly of the Siksiká Nation—and the Tsuu T’ina—or as they were originally called, Sarcee. Ross started his photographic career as an assistant in Winnipeg, but decided in his early 30s to relocate to Calgary and establish his own studio. The practicalities of takin...

Chief Owl—Blackfoot circa 1886. During the 1880s, Canadian Alex Ross photographed many of the First Nations people who lived around Calgary. In particular, Ross documented many of the men, women and families of the Blackfoot—mainly of the Siksiká Nation—and the Tsuu T’ina—or as they were originally called, Sarcee. Ross started his photographic career as an assistant in Winnipeg, but decided in his early 30s to relocate to Calgary and establish his own studio. The practicalities of takin...