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

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By Tribe

Chiefs & Leaders

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
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.
20.Bobbie Alford Stuck(non-registered)
Thank you for your thorough information compiled on our American Natives. I like many of your readers have been handed down stories of American Native ancestors. My grandfather did not want my grandmother to talk about it, so the story was vague. I found my 4th generation Boldin (Bolden - Bowling) Carter b 1826 - 1912 lived in Franklin County, NC. married 1) Aquilla Carter in 1856. Before their marriage Aquilla lived with a Drucilla Carter and others. Drucilla Carter married George Valentine 12 June 1853 Rowan, NC and their marriage bond listed they were of "color" Color at that time referred "american native" as "color". Drucilla and George Valentine had a son, William Carter Valentine. By the 1860 census Aquilla Carter (wife of Boldin Carter) Drucilla and George Valentine disappear forever. Boldin Carter married 2) Rebecca A E Holder in 1856. Boldin and Rebecca had 8 children, John L, Charles, William, Arebella, Joseph Edward, Lena, Fronnie and Wesley. Fronnie Carter is my ancestor and she married Sion Faison. Through ancestry.com I made connection with 2 other descendant families from Joseph Edward Carter and John Louis Carter. Both families had been handed down the same story of American Native relative. When Boldin Carter died it was listed as parents (unknown). So there the story is on pause. Thanks for everyone comments.