Indian Crossing River on a Horse
This site shows an historic image of of an Indian in a War Bonnet Crossing a River on a Horse, and a nice collection of historic photos.
I don't post as much on this Blog as I once did. So I miss adding new works. Been a busy summer though. This is a new horse collar I made for my horse Cappy. It was made using re-cycled historic beadwork ( the main panel ) and I beaded new sides for it. Hopefully, this time he gets to keep it :-) I commissioned hat I finished last week. Beaded using 13/0 cut beads, 24 K gold cut beads, and antique Czech glass spots. A variation of another had I made. I just finished this one today. A beaded…
AAA Native Arts
Crow chief, probably Chief Rotten Tail, October 26, 1851. - Twines His (Horse’s) Tail or Rotten Tail (Chíischipaaliash) was born about 1800 and lived to 1867. He was leader of the River Crow band during the 1840's and head chief of the Crow Tribe during the 1850's and 1860's. Rotten Tail was an outstanding medicine man and war party commander (pipe carrier).
Plains Indian History and Culture
History and Ethnology of the plains indians.Open to all who are interested in finding the true nature of the plains indians away from stereotypes.Religion will only be discussed in a cultural way ,so please if you are looking for some "spiritual awakening"look elsewhere.