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Tsianina, a Cherokee Native American woman. Photo taken between 1920 and 1930. by Tigerliyherbals

History: Tsianina Redfeather Blackstone, an American Indian princess who sang on the Metropolitan Opera stage and on the battlefields of France during World War a Cherokee Native American woman. Photo taken between 1920 and

proud young native Indian girl in traditional attire of her tribe. old photo. XIX century.

White Deer - Iroquois (Mohawk) - Have a drop of Aboriginal blood from my father's side running through my veins. very likely Iroquois, Mohawk Nation, Caughnawaga Reserve near Montreal, P.

Man belongs to the Earth. WILD WOMAN SISTERHOODॐ #WildWomanSisterhood #nativeamericanwisdom #wildwomanmedicine

Man belongs to the Earth. Earth does NOT belong to man. Listen to them and make them sink in. Mother Earth needs our help. HuMANs have destroyed a huge part of it. Help keep the earth clean on all levels

Jan Brown‎Archaeology & Prehistoric & Ancient Wonders Follow · March 23 ·   With a face that tells thousands of stories. This unknown woman was photographed in the Philippines by a Dutch photographer Francisco Van Camp in 1875. The photograph's inscription describes her as an ethnic Chinese mestizo. Fresh haired and all her flowing wildly, this black and white portrait is worlds away from the Victorian photography we normally see. What a beauty...

Unknown young woman photographed in 1875 in the Philippines by Dutch photographer Francisco Van Camp. The photograph’s inscription describes her as Mestiza Sangley-Filipina, which means she was a mix of Chinese and Spanish.

gertrude three finger - could she have a better name. wish time gave her a different story.

su-luna-llena: Kiowa Girl, Indian Portrait by Edward Curtis. Spokane Indian woman, ca. 1897 Noatak Inuit hopi girl Lakota Sioux Indian Man by Edward Curtis, ”

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Portrait of Kaw-u-tz, a young Cado woman. Photograph by George Bancroft Cornish, Source: Southern Methodist University, Central University Libraries, DeGolyer Library

The photo caption identifies this as a Stoney (Nakoda) couple, although the painted design on the tipi is typically Blackfoot. Probably located in the Rocky Mountains of western Alberta, Canada. n.d. JE

Native Americans n. [Despite the photo inscription, the photo appears to me to be a Blackfoot family & lodge, probably in Waterton/Glacier Nat.