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"Group of Rosebud Sioux chiefs" High Bear is second from left, riding a horse f.l.t.r.: Bear Head, High Bear, Two Strike, Scoop (Stands and Looks Back), Stranger Horse, He Dog, Swift Bear, Louis Roubideaux.  Amertribes.proboards.

"Group of Rosebud Sioux chiefs" High Bear is second from left, riding a horse f.l.t.r.: Bear Head, High Bear, Two Strike, Scoop (Stands and Looks Back), Stranger Horse, He Dog, Swift Bear, Louis Roubideaux. Amertribes.proboards.

Sioux braves in war paint, South Dakota

Possibly Emma Sickels (or Sickle,) a teacher, photographed with Sioux men and women on the porch of a Pine Ridge Agency building in South Dakota.

Sioux of the Rosebud (Civilization of American Indian) by Henry W. Hamilton, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0806116226/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_jbbSrb1E60CDA

Sioux of the Rosebud (Civilization of American Indian) by Henry W. Hamilton, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0806116226/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_jbbSrb1E60CDA

Daughter of Red Cloud - Oglala - circa 1877

Red Cloud's Daughter probably taken at the same time and place as father and brother.

Nearly 140 years after Congress seized the Black Hills from the Sioux for gold mining, the tribes are facing opposition in South Dakota to preserving the small sliver of their former lands.

PIERRE, S. (AP) — Rosebud Sioux member Russell Eagle Bear remembers feeling relief as night was falling at a sacred site in the Black Hills of South Dakota called Pe'

vintage everyday: Old Photos of Frontier Life in the West from 1800s

The Great Hostile Camp Bird's-eye view of a Lakota camp (several tipis and wagons in large field)--probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation. Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.

Don Doll, S.J. was introduced to both photography and to the Lakota people when he was assigned to the Rosebud Reservation as a young Jesuit.  His beautifully sensitive work and his understanding of Native America has been featured in many places, including National Geographic. Father Don Doll's photography for the book Vision Quest: Men, Women and Sacred Sites of the Sioux Nation is both powerful and inspirational.

Don Doll, S.J. was introduced to both photography and to the Lakota people when he was assigned to the Rosebud Reservation as a young Jesuit. His beautifully sensitive work and his understanding of Native America has been featured in many places, including National Geographic. Father Don Doll's photography for the book Vision Quest: Men, Women and Sacred Sites of the Sioux Nation is both powerful and inspirational.

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