Includes hundreds of vintage photos of Native American chiefs, warriors, tribes, homes, and more.

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Chiefs & Leaders

Homes, Camps & Tipis

Homes, Camps & Tipis

Indian Wars

Indian Wars

Lifestyles

Lifestyles

Rituals, Ceremonies & Dances

Rituals, Ceremonies & Dances

Warriors & Other Men

Warriors & Other Men

Women, Children & Family

Women, Children & Family

Guestbook for Native Americans
25.patty subbot(non-registered)
I live in somerset pa. my home was built in 1992 my home was investigated it is haunted. it has killed 2 dogs& broke the back of another dog. i need ur help because 3 priest has blessed my home it only made the spirits mad the bishop believe there is a demon here & we have been waiting 4 a exorcisium but the 2 brothers that lived here before us both diedI believe this was native american land I think we need a recovery blessing & I pray that will help. I don't know how 2 us a computer si if u could please call me if u can help me @ 814-445-7874 PLEASE HELP ME
24.Mary Louise LaFlamme McCorison(non-registered)
I was told by my grandmother that we have indian blood in us and I am proud to know that we are a part of a wonderful nation. I believe we have those of the eastern connecticut tribe. But, not sure.
23.Legends of America Photo Prints
Charles Wrote: "I have small mounds in the woods on my property in Northeastern Oklahoma.
Would this be at the same time as Cahokia Mounds?"

Legends Response: While we are not experts at identifying mounds built by Native American's, mounds built in Oklahoma are not uncommon. We visited Spiro Mounds back in 2010 http://www.okhistory.org/sites/spiromounds.php
22.Charles Edward (Kituwah) Wilson (Cherokee Nation)(non-registered)
I have small mounds in the woods on my property in Northeastern Oklahoma.
Would this be at the same time as Cahokia Mounds?
21.Researching Chief Strong Arm(non-registered)
Any further information regarding Chief Strong Arm? I'm interested in information around 1890-1909.