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Kintpuash (Strikes the water brashly), better known as Captain Jack (circa 1837 – October 3, 1873), was a chief of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and Oregon.

Kintpuash (Strikes the water brashly), better known as Captain Jack (circa 1837 – October was a chief of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and Oregon.

Otis W. Leader, World War I veteran and Native American from Oklahoma, was chosen by a French artist to personify the 'ideal soldier'

Sergeant Otis W. Otis W. Leader served as a machine gunner with the U. Army's H Company, awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his actions there.

Coeur d'Alene people and tipis, Desmet Reservation, c. 1907.  The Coeur d'Alene /kɜrdəˈleɪn/[1] are a Native American people who lived in villages along the Coeur d'Alene, St. Joe, Clark Fork and Spokane Rivers; as well as sites on the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene, Lake Pend Oreille and Hayden Lake, in what is now northern Idaho, eastern Washington and western Montana.

Coeur d'Alene people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chief Ouray.   Native American Chief. The chief of the Ute Nation, he was born to an Uncompahgre Ute mother and a Jicarilla Apache father. They named him Ouray, "the Arrow", because of a great meteor shower the year he was born.  Ouray Memorial Park, Montrose, Colorado.  Read more......

Chief Ouray - Native American chief of the Uncompahgre band of the Ute tribe, then located in western Colorado. Because of his leadership ability, Ouray was also acknowledged by the United States government as a chief of the Ute.

1940s Real Photo Large Group Native American Indians Pipestone MN Minnesota RPPC | eBay

1940s Real Photo Large Group Native American Indians Pipestone MN Minnesota RPPC | eBay

Indian Pictures: American Indian Pictures of the Ioway or Iowa Tribe

Free archive of historic Native American Indian Tribes Photographs, Pictures and Images. Photographs promote the Native American Tribes culture

For centuries, the Native American Otoe had lived in Nebraska, but in 1881, forced by the Department of Indian Affairs, they loaded their possessions onto 70 wagons and walked across Kansas to reach their new home in northern Oklahoma, where their descendents live today.

Otoe Delegation the tribe to sell their lands and move to the Indian Territory in what is now Noble and Pawnee counties, Oklahoma. Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History The United States and Canada, A. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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