Native American Shawnee Indian Moccasin Sewing Pattern - Ankle or Knee High
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The Shawnee Indians were living in the Ohio Valley as early as the late 1600s. The Iroquois Indians were unwilling to share these rich hunting grounds and drove the Shawnees away. As the power of the Iroquois weakened, the Shawnee Indians moved back into Ohio from the south and the east. They settled in the lower Scioto River valley.
Traditional Shawnee Warrior | Viesti Associates
Late 1700's Shawnee warrior re-enactor, Roger Moore, dressed in traditional Shawnee clothing holds a traditional wooden bow and quiver with arrows that would have been used for hunting and warfare. Surroundings are the wooded homelands of the Shawnee Indians in central Ohio. Model released
Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection
Muscogee+Creek+Beadwork | Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker ...
D2009-DMD-1013-1055.CR2 | Colonial Williamsburg Photography
"So Far From Scioto" Shawnee Hostages in Williamsburg, Colonial Williamsburg Indian program. Models: Larry T. Pourier (red paint on top of head)