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Esa-Havey (aka Esa-Ha-bith, aka Wolf's Road, aka The Milky Way) - Comanche - 1872

Esa-Havey (aka Esa-Ha-bith, aka Wolf's Road, aka The Milky Way) - Comanche - 1872

Red Shirt again, "The Fighting Chief of the Sioux Nation," probably by Elliott & Fry (London), 1887

Red Shirt again, "The Fighting Chief of the Sioux Nation," probably by Elliott & Fry (London), one of my favorite heroes penned by Frantz.

Photograph of Chief Two Strike, Brule Sioux, member of the Sioux Delegation to Washington, D.C., 1891. Caption on verso: J.N. CHOATE, 17 W. MAIN ST., CARLISLE, PA.

Photograph of Chief Two Strike, Brule Sioux, member of the Sioux Delegation to Washington, D.C., 1891. Caption on verso: J.N. CHOATE, 17 W. MAIN ST., CARLISLE, PA.

SIOUX NATIVE AMERICAN, c1900. Samuel American Horse, an Oglala Sioux Native American, from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Photograph by Gertrude Käsebier, c1900.

Samuel American Horse of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier around 1900

Kyaitah-kebonemah (aka Edgar Keahbone), the son of Addlegamah, and the husband of the Kiowa/Arapaho women known as Sen-deh-mah (aka Sindy Libby Keahbone) - Kiowa - before his death in 1933

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