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Chief Dirt Face or Dirty Face, "I-Te'-Sha'-Pa" or "Ite Sapa" (and possibly "Ma-Ka-Teh-Kon"), Ogalalla Dakota Sioux | Travelled with Red Cloud to Washington, DC | Trip commemmorated in "Photographs of Red Cloud and Principal Chiefs of Dacotah Indians", a series of 31 photographs of Native Americans of the Dacotah tribes | Taken by Alexander Gardner, for the Trustees of the Blackmore Museum, Salisbury, England | c. May 1872
Chief Joseph Quanah Parker of the Nez Perce, Wallowa Band as a young man. He succeeded his father as chief in 1871 and lead the Nez Perce when the U.S. government was trying to force the Nez Perce onto reservation land in Idaho. The struggle between Chief Joseph and the U.S. government lasted many years. He died in 1904 and is buried in the state of Washington. Since he was born between 1840 and 1845 and he looks about 25 or so here, this photo was probably taken sometime around 1870.
Kicking Bear was a Native American medicine man who was born Oglala Sioux, but became a sub-chief among the Minneconjou Sioux during the period known as the Sioux Wars (1854-1890). Both the Oglala and the Minneconjou belonged to the Lakota Nation. He was a first cousin and close friend of Chief Crazy Horse. Visit www.rumisgarden.co.uk to shop for our crafts. #Native #American #Indian #Spirituality #Mysticism #Religion #God #Earth #Environment #Prayer