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Vintage photos of notable Native American Chiefs and Leaders.

American Horse, Oglala Sioux

American Horse, Oglala Sioux

Big Moon

Big Moon

Black Dog, Osage

Black Dog, Osage

Black Hawk, Sac and Fox

Black Hawk, Sac and Fox

Blackfoot Piegan Chiefs, 1900

Blackfoot Piegan Chiefs, 1900

Captain Jack, Modoc

Captain Jack, Modoc

Cheyenne Chief

Cheyenne Chief

Chief Seattle 1890

Chief Seattle 1890

Chiefs Little Wolf and Dull Knife, Northern Cheyenne

Chiefs Little Wolf and Dull Knife, Northern Cheyenne

Comanche Chief Quanah Parker

Comanche Chief Quanah Parker

Guestbook for Chiefs & Leaders
8.mirjam alice deschler(non-registered)
hi you all my fam
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7.Dennis Ringlein(non-registered)
These are all very interesting pictures..
Here in Nebraska where I live were the Souix but closer here to home the Pawnee roamed. I would like to see some pictures of the Pawnee chiefs if you have any.
I also do alot of Indian beadwork and have for the last forty years./
6.BarbaraLlesowyk(non-registered)
Very nice photos. Love reading about native americans, especially sioux. Have a large photo copy dated 1900 of Chief Spotted Elk, don't really understand, stated he died in 1890 at wounded knee but yet the photo is dated 1900 by photographer F.A Rhinehart, Omaha.
5.Jonah and Floralena Grant(non-registered)
We are enrolled members of the Northern Ute Tribe located in the Uintah Basin on the Uintah and Ouray Reservation. I'm just visiting your site and beautiful pictures. America is our home land where our ancestors lived since the begining and now in the year 2012 we are finally getting our own Native American Heritage Month in November yet the Mexicans and African Americans even Puerto Ricans have there own and it took a African American President for us to finally be recognized and when I read President Obamas Decleration that our heritage will be recognized in every school in the nation that we aren't extinct or just stereo types of TV I cried when I read it and I'm Proud to be who I am we are all one nation regardless of race and Thank You President Obama for showing us the respect and honor that our ancestors died for...
4.Sue(non-registered)
I'm a great-great-great granddaughter of Chief Wabasha of the Santee Sioux. I love my Native heritage. Thanks for allowing me to view your photos. Very nice.