77 photos
Native American Men includes warriors, braves, musicians, and more men of various tribes.

Amos Two Bulls, Sioux

Amos Two Bulls, Sioux

Apsaroke Crow Ready to Charge, 1908

Apsaroke Crow Ready to Charge, 1908

Apsaroke Indians

Apsaroke Indians

Apsaroke Scout, 1908

Apsaroke Scout, 1908

Apsaroke War Group

Apsaroke War Group

Arapaho Warrior

Arapaho Warrior

Arrowmaker, an Ojibwa brave, 1903, Detroit Photographic co

Arrowmaker, an Ojibwa brave, 1903, Detroit Photographic co

Black Hawk Tobacco, 1870

Black Hawk Tobacco, 1870

Blackfoot Indian Scouts

Blackfoot Indian Scouts

Blackfoot Piegan man

Blackfoot Piegan man

Guestbook for Warriors & Other Men
3.Charles Shiflett(non-registered)
I have always been interested in native american culture. My great, great grandfather, so I'm told, was married to a full blooded cherokee woman. I myself am an accomplished bead worker and have sold a lot of my beadwork to participants in pow-wows. Even as a young child I felt an affinity to native americans.
2.Amparo E. Young(non-registered)
My family comes from Colombia, South America. I was raised in Miami, Florida (87 s.w. 11th street, 33130). My oldest brother and I look more like my dad and my maternal grandmother. They have more native Indian blood of the Indians from South America. At Jamestown settlement, they asked my brother if he wanted a job there since he looks more like an Indian. I too have long black hair with a dark tan. My cheeks will get real red at times. They look like apples. My brother found a natural fresh water spring with native Indian artifacts and a stopper to the water spring that is so camoflaged by the limestone rocks. The image is large and looks almost as if it is of Mayan artwork. My brother unearth the whole property. I know in my heart that the native Indians from South America and Central America are somehow related to the North American Indians. I just wish that someday we could do DNA testing to proof it.

Sincerely,

Amparo Esmeralda Young