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

Apache at the ford, 1903

Apache at the ford, 1903

Apache Before the Storm, 1906

Apache Before the Storm, 1906

Apache Dancers, 1906

Apache Dancers, 1906

Apache Desert Rovers, 1903

Apache Desert Rovers, 1903

Apache Lost Trail, 1903

Apache Lost Trail, 1903

Ostoho Apache Cowboy, 1903

Ostoho Apache Cowboy, 1903

Blackfoot at the Landmark, 1912

Blackfoot at the Landmark, 1912

Blackfoot Camp, 1927

Blackfoot Camp, 1927

Blackfoot Indian Scouts, 1913

Blackfoot Indian Scouts, 1913

Blackfoot Legend of the Peace Pipe, 1915

Blackfoot Legend of the Peace Pipe, 1915

Blackfoot Piegan man

Blackfoot Piegan man

Bobtail Horse, Blackfoot, 1913

Bobtail Horse, Blackfoot, 1913

Medicine Owl, Blackfoot

Medicine Owl, Blackfoot

Piegan Indians and horses

Piegan Indians and horses

Piegan Medicine Man and Pipe, 1910

Piegan Medicine Man and Pipe, 1910

Cheyenne Indian, 1905

Cheyenne Indian, 1905

Cheyenne Warriors

Cheyenne Warriors

Old Cheyenne

Old Cheyenne

Crow - Braves

Crow - Braves

Crow - Ready to Charge, 1908

Crow - Ready to Charge, 1908

Guestbook for Warriors & Other Men
2.jackie dudley(non-registered)
I was told by a family member that jesse james and his gang hid out on a property here in Waco,Tx.and the location was really just across an area from where they supposedly hid their money. As a kid living in waco when my sisters and I eere kids we met a man who lived at the Glenora Courts who claimed to be Jesse James a very kind old man.My brother in law told me that his aunt told him that jesse and his gang slept in a revine just back of her house.Another friend who has passed on told me that his mother used to let jesse james have chickens from their yard which not far from where the gang supposedly hid their money here in waco Tx. Im really interested in knowing how true that is. The money may be on his property if the legend is true which I believd it is.
1.jeff evans(non-registered)
I have original pictures of Lakota Indians that my great great grandfather possessed. His name was Frederick Taft Evans from hot springs south Dakota not sure what to do with pictures seemsva waste keeping them in a box in dark room.