Ane Marie Porsborg

Ane Marie Porsborg

Ane Marie Porsborg
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Used Pallet Shelf #diy #crafts www.BlueRainbowDesign.com

Used Pallet Shelf #diy #crafts www.BlueRainbowDesign.com

Nick Black Elk, Oglala Sioux

Nick Black Elk, Oglala Sioux

Chief Duck, Blackfoot, Calgary, AB, about 1925

Chief Duck, Blackfoot, Calgary, AB, about 1925

Indian family 1925

Indian family 1925

Chief Dan George Prayer to the Great Spirit

Chief Dan George Prayer to the Great Spirit

DAKOTA SIOUX PRAIRIE CHIEF VINTAGE PHOTO NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN  #21335

DAKOTA SIOUX PRAIRIE CHIEF VINTAGE PHOTO NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN #21335

Cheyenne Indians: Man on the Cloud - A Cheyenne Chief in his War Bonnet

Cheyenne Indians: Man on the Cloud - A Cheyenne Chief in his War Bonnet

Native American girl.  Beautiful

Native American girl. Beautiful

Chief Dewey Beard or Wasu Maza ('Iron Hail', 1858-1955) was Minneconjou Lakota, fought in Battle of Little Big Horn as a teenager. After Custer's defeat, Wasu Maza followed Sitting Bull into exile in Canada, then back to South Dakota, where he lived on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation. When he died in 1955, at age of 96, Dewey Beard was last known Lakota survivor of Battle of Little Big Horn and last know survivor of Wounded Knee Massacre.

Chief Dewey Beard or Wasu Maza ('Iron Hail', 1858-1955) was Minneconjou Lakota, fought in Battle of Little Big Horn as a teenager. After Custer's defeat, Wasu Maza followed Sitting Bull into exile in Canada, then back to South Dakota, where he lived on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation. When he died in 1955, at age of 96, Dewey Beard was last known Lakota survivor of Battle of Little Big Horn and last know survivor of Wounded Knee Massacre.

Chief Spotted Crow of the Sioux tribe of Pine Ridge, S.D. and his five months old granddaughter,   Lena Lou White House, who was named by Vice President Curtis a few days before, 1929

Chief Spotted Crow of the Sioux tribe of Pine Ridge, S.D. and his five months old granddaughter, Lena Lou White House, who was named by Vice President Curtis a few days before, 1929