Native Americans

"When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the light, for your life, for your strength. Give thanks for your food and the joy of living. If you see no…
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Kahniakenhaka Mohawk Nation Council vs. the St. Regis Council of Akwesasne Mohawk
Seal of the Haudenosaunee. The people around the outside ring are the 50 tribal chiefs, men and women.
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"A Clovis projectile point created using bifacial percussion flaking.
a woman in native clothing standing next to a corn plant with long black hair on her head
Who are the Wampanoag?
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The Eastern Woodland Indians - Their life and culture
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Lenape Indian Village at Waterloo Village
Lenape Indian Village at Waterloo Village
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(#221) Delaware Painted Wood Drumstick
Pair of Delaware Painted Wood Dance Rattles
Crime, People, Trail Of Tears, American Indian History, Indigenous North Americans, Land For Sale, Indigenous Americans
"United States Department of the Interior advertisement offering 'Indian Land for Sale', 1911 [782 × 1000]" by marquis_of_chaos in ArchivePorn
an image of native dwelling designs and their meanings in the text below it is a drawing of what they are doing
Celebrating Child & Home
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Crowfoot - Wikipedia
"Isapo-muxika (Crowfoot), Siksika chief (born circa 1830 near Belly River, AB; died 25 April 1890, near Blackfoot Crossing, AB). Known more commonly as Crowfoot, Isapo-Muxika was a Siksika chief and diplomat who negotiated with the federal government on behalf of the Blackfoot Confederacy. He was a key link between Indigenous peoples on the western Plains and colonial forces by way of the North-West Mounted Police, and was key negotiator and supporter of Treaty 7."
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The only known photograph of Chief Seattle, taken in 1864.
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Stone tablets of the Adena people
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Leatherlips grave
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Chief Logan Historical Marker, Beaver County, PA
Rochester Riverfront Park, Rochester, PA.
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Chief Logan | John Rappold
Chief Logan Marker, Circleville, OH
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