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Raven

Raven

This is a women from the chikasaw tribe,she lookes different from us because they make their own clothes and food

This is a women from the chikasaw tribe,she lookes different from us because they make their own clothes and food

Zitkala-Sa was a Yankton Sioux woman- she wrote the first American Indian opera, The Sun Opera, in 1913.

Zitkala-Sa was a Yankton Sioux woman- she wrote the first American Indian opera, The Sun Opera, in 1913.

Skull Tattoo so sick

Skull Tattoo so sick

Photograph of a 42 year-old Cherokee Native American man who had been living homeless on the streets of Los Angeles for 17 years. He was quoted as saying: “Being homeless is better than living on a reservation.”

Photograph of a 42 year-old Cherokee Native American man who had been living homeless on the streets of Los Angeles for 17 years. He was quoted as saying: “Being homeless is better than living on a reservation.”

"Little Cheyenne Boy Bearing Pipe", 1878

"Little Cheyenne Boy Bearing Pipe", 1878

Gypsy

Gypsy

Awesome visual of how Native Americans used all the parts of a buffalo.

Awesome visual of how Native Americans used all the parts of a buffalo.

Lakota Virtues. I wonder how the country would be if Native Americans with their true values, virtues, whatever we call them, were in charge.

Lakota Virtues. I wonder how the country would be if Native Americans with their true values, virtues, whatever we call them, were in charge.

Geronimo. In February 1909, Geronimo was thrown from his horse while riding home, lay in the cold all night before a friend found him. He died of pneumonia on 2/17/1909, as a prisoner of the U.S. at Fort Sill, OK. His last words were reported to be said to his nephew, "I should have never surrendered. I should have fought until I was the last man alive." He was buried at Fort Sill, OK in the Apache Indian Prisoner of War Cemetery.

Geronimo. In February 1909, Geronimo was thrown from his horse while riding home, lay in the cold all night before a friend found him. He died of pneumonia on 2/17/1909, as a prisoner of the U.S. at Fort Sill, OK. His last words were reported to be said to his nephew, "I should have never surrendered. I should have fought until I was the last man alive." He was buried at Fort Sill, OK in the Apache Indian Prisoner of War Cemetery.