1926 Cree Indian Woman Maple Creek Saskatchewan Canada - ORIGINAL CANADA
Atimoyoo, A Cree man armed with a lever action repeating rifle in traditional dress, circa 1905 | Saskatchewan Archives Board S-B6777
Cree Chief Poundmaker, also known as The Drummer. 1885. Photo by Oliver Buell.
Carrie C. Blue Jacket ~ Shawnee, 1893 Vinta, Oklahoma (born Apr 6, 1875 - died Dec 24, 1960)
BIG BEAR. Hebrew Israelite from the tribe of GAD. From the 12 tribes of Yasharahla (Israël)
The Cree (different from Creek people) are one of the largest groups of First Nations/Native Americans in North America, with over 200,000 members living in Canada. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Ohoo Star Blanket, a man of the Cree Nation, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1930's. No additional information.
Amos Little A Sioux Indian 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo
Amos Little A Sioux Indian
"Rabbit Tail" Tab-Boon-Gicash was a Shoshone Indian Scout for Captain Ryan´s company. Captain John M. Ryan was a 7th Cavalry survivor of the Battle of Little Bighorn.