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2 Eastern Shoshone children and 13 Northern Arapaho children from the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming, the day they arrived at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania - 1887:

2 Eastern Shoshone children and 13 Northern Arapaho children from the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming, the day they arrived at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania - 1887

Old Boy, Young Boy, Joe Little Pine, Too Way, Wah-wah-kee-ta - Cree - 1909

The Cree homeland includes parts of Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Montana.

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L-R: Goes In Lodge (Northern Arapaho), John Yellow Dress (Northern Arapaho), Jule Farlow (non-Native), John Crook (Northern Arapaho), Tom Crispin (Northern Arapaho) -

Indians by Mirror Image Gallery, via Flickr

This is a large early image of Natives meeting made from the original glass plate. Chief King Phillips who helped Washington during the revolutionary war.

Watan (the husband of Crawling Wolf and Big Face), standing in front of the girl's dormitory at the Seger Indian Training School in Colony, Oklahoma - Southern Arapaho - before his death in 1932:

Watan (the husband of Crawling Wolf and Big Face), standing in front of the girl's dormitory at the Seger Indian Training School in Colony, Oklahoma - Southern Arapaho - before his death in 1932

Chief Iron Hail (Dewey Beard)

Iron Hail (aka Dewey Beard) (Mniconojou) with his wife Alice Lone Bear-Beard (Oglala), and three tourists - circa 1940

Southern Arapaho family near Camp Supply in Indian Territory - 1870

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A rare photo of LITTLE POWDER, the war chief of the little and only Arapaho’s band that fought at Little Big Horn. Description from amertribes.proboards.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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American Indian Movement, Wounded

American Indian Movement, Wounded

Creeping Bear with his wife, Boy Head and their five children, in front of their home at Seger Colony in Oklahoma Territory - Southern Arapaho - 1900:

Creeping Bear with his wife, Boy Head and their five children, in front of their home at Seger Colony in Oklahoma Territory - Southern Arapaho - 1900

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