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Север в моей крови - YANWEST ♔

Deerskin Ritual Pouch by DarkwoodApothecary

part 2: On August 29th 1911, Ishi, the last of the Yahi, walked out of the Sierra wilderness and into American culture. Estimated to have been born around 1860-1862, Ishi’s life was marred by fighting and massacre. As the last of his people, a tribe thought to be extinct, Ishi provided a vital link to cultural information about North America’s Native American history.

Ishi - was last surviving member of Yahi or Yana people in California. Ishi is believed to have been last native in N. California to have lived most of his life completely outside European American culture

AUTHENTIC ARROWHEAD RARE TEXAS PALEO CLOVIS POINT INDIAN ARTIFACT lv

AUTHENTIC ARROWHEAD RARE TEXAS PALEO CLOVIS POINT INDIAN ARTIFACT lv

Native American Artifacts, Indian Artifacts, Flint Knapping, Stone Age, Paleo, American Indians, North America, Arrow, Primitive

Tomah Joseph (Passamaquoddy), ca. 1900 made of birch bark and spruce root- Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York

Platinum Print; Rinehart (Frank A), Apache, Geronimo, 9 inch.

Famous people of New Mexico "Geronimo"(one who yawns) was born in 1829 in what is now western New Mexico. He was a leader of the Apache Indians and fought against U. and Mexico for their expansion into Apache tribal lands during the Apache Wars.

The ‘Eve Gene’ …”Scientifically, the black female is only organism that possesses the mitochondrial DNA having all variations possible for every different kind of human being on planet.” Inspired by Virgo Remy

TheBahamianPrincess♚ The ‘Eve Gene’ …”Scientifically, the black female is only organism that possesses the mitochondrial DNA having all variations possible for every different kind of human being on planet.” Inspired by Virgo Remy

He Dog Native American Indian LAKOTA Sioux 1930 Hand Color Tinted Photo. So intrigued by Native American culture.

20 Pieces of Nebraska Trivia You May Not Know

20 Things You Probably Didn't Know About The State Of Nebraska

Susan La Flesche Picotte was the first person to receive federal aid for professional education, and the first American Indian woman in the United States to receive a medical degree.

.Beautiful (vintage?) photo with no further information.

Indian faces - Lakota Sioux Cheyenne Mescalero Apache Arapaho Crow Pawnee Blackfoot - i have never seen eyes so strong

Joe Medicine Crow (b. 1913) as a young man; WW2 veteran and the only living Crow war chief according to the four traditional tasks to achieve this rank. Grandson of Medicine Crow, graduate of Linfield College with master's in anthropology from USC. Historian and author.  (See Ken Burns' documentary The War, episode 5 FUBAR)

Joe Medicine Crow, the only living Crow War Chief. This man. Fulfilled all of the requirements to become a Crow War Chief, while fighting in World War II.

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