RMA8M0JE–USA IDAHO NATIVE AMERICAN Indian boy in traditionanl dress dancing at All Indian Pow Wow
RMCC05YJ–Painting of Native American
RMA8FK79–19th century portrait of a Native American Indian from old printed plate A Sioux Chief USA Tribal chief Dr R W Shufeldt
RMC2JE1A–Native American Chief in Traditional Clothing and Feathered Bonnet
RMDHXGFG–Architectural Details, National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC USA
RMFB7A6N–Native American Indian, Eneas Michel, Flatheads Indian
RMAE0FNX–American Indian Chief at the Edinburgh festival fringe Princes Street, Scotland.
RMAE1YPH–Native American Indian man with cultural outfit uniform headdress feathers design patterns leather band nature sunset sunrise
RMD98CWB–Native North American Indian warrior. Photograph by Edward Curtis (1868-1952).
RMG16D4X–Chief American Horse photographed by John A. Anderson, 1900. American Horse (1840 - December 16, 1908) was an Oglala Lakota chief, statesman, educator and historian. American Horse is notable in American history as a U.S. Army Indian Scout and a progressi
RMG6A64A–1920s PORTRAIT NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN MAN CHIEF SITTING EAGLE IN FULL HEADDRESS STONEY TRIBE OF BANFF ALBERTA CANADA
RMFDGWXE–George Armstrong Custer. Portrait of General George Custer (1839– 1876), a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the American Indian Wars. Photo May 1865
RMD9RD53–Crow Indian chief in a traditional war bonnet and clothing, circa 1900. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
RMED6H0M–Situwuka & Katkwachsnea. Native American man and woman, 1912
RFJJ57PA–The portraits and landscapes of Edward S. Curtis 1868 - 1952 focus on the Native American Indian tribes of the Pacific Northwest. Photographs by Edward Sheriff Curtis.
RMAFCMXF–North American Indian Days, Browning, Montana USA
RMPDYXKF–Painting Native American Indian Chief in full headdress
RFD0P2W6–A Native American Indian boy Lakota Sioux wearing a fox fur
RMCWB7NN–Apaches. Before the storm- Four Apache on horseback on horseback under storm clouds. photo by Edward S. Curtis, 1906
RMABEN64–Native Americans in full regalia dancing during a powwow in northern Utah
RMCWFF07–Five Ute women posed, circa 1899
RFKNA9X4–Native American Indian Chief War Bonner Headdress.
RMBAXFH0–J.A. Anderson - Foolbull - Sioux Medicine Man
RMA7WK0Y–North American Northwest Coast Indian dugout canoe
RMFB7A6J–Native American Indian, Poor Dog, Sioux Indian
RMAE878H–American Indian Chief at the Edinburgh festival fringe Princes Street, Scotland.
RFPTKTRX–Mascot icon illustration of head of a Native American Indian wearing headdress with crossed tomahawk viewed from front on isolated background in retro
RMD98D2P–Native American Indian: A Jicarilla chief, c1904. Photograph by Edward Curtis (1868-1952).
RMKF2RPH–American-Indian bone flute tibia. South America Early history
RMFPW1AB–1930s TWO NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN MEN WEARING TRADITIONAL CLOTHING FEATHER HEADDRESSES CHIEF SHOWING BOY HOW TO USE BOW AND ARROW
RMFDMY53–Sitting Bull, a Hunkpapa Lakota holy man and leader, largely responsible for the defeat of General Custer at Little Bighorn. Photo c.1881 by O. S. Goff.
RMD9RD4C–Crow Indian girl Glydis Littlenest, or Rides-a-Sorrel-Horse, circa 1900. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
RMHRKJYN–Native American Indian Meeting
RFJJ55TN–The portraits and landscapes of Edward S. Curtis 1868 - 1952 focus on the Native American Indian tribes of the Pacific Northwest. Photographs by Edward Sheriff Curtis.
RMETPJYB–Couple of actors dressed as an Indian Chief and his Squaw, pictured leaving New Zealand House after press conference, 23rd September 1965. They are part of the Canadian National Folk Ensemble who are in the show Les Fux Follets at the Piccadilly Theatre.
RMDRJP1N–An American Indian totem pole
RFAM6FKH–A Native American Indian man siting bareback on a horse riding the prairie of South Dakota
RMBJW9T8–A Native American chief wearing his headdress. Artist: Unknown
RMW2HPBY–Edward S. Curtis Native American Indians - Crow Indian Man ca.1908
RMAWKE3M–An elderly Santa Clara Pueblo Indian man with a classic Chevrolet sits near his home in the Puye Cliffs area
RME8PNM6–A pregnant Native American Indian is standing in front of a southwestern background.
RMC2GB5A–Eagle Shirt, Sioux Indian,
RMMKKMEM–American Indian Woodcut
RMFB7A6H–Native American Indian, Spotted Horse, Sioux Indian
RMERGCHF–Traditional American Indian costume. Three men holding musical instruments, and one woman. Caption reads: 'Indian ceremonial
RF2FADNFW–Kentucky state map. Arrowsmith & Lewis. Native American 'Indian lands' 1812
RMD98D06–Native American Indian man in feather headdress, on horseback, holding bow and arrows, 1 arrow in his mouth, 1908. Photograph by Edward Curtis (1868-1952).
RMAA42XE–Arizona hopi indian basketry
RMM66MHJ–1960s NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN MAN CHIEF GULL WEARING FEATHER BONNET MORLEY STONEY SIOUX FIRST NATIONS RESERVATION ALBERTA CANADA - ki455 CRS001 HARS HEAD AND SHOULDERS OLDSTER STRENGTH WISDOM CANADIAN CHIEF LEADERSHIP POWERFUL PRIDE AUTHORITY ELDERS 70s ADULT STONEY WAR BONNET CLOSE-UP CULTURE HEADDRESS RESERVATION NATIVE AMERICAN ELDERLY MAN 80-PLUS ADULT FEATHERED MALES NATIVE AMERICANS CHIEFTAIN FIRST NATIONS GULL INDIGENOUS MORLEY OCCUPATIONS OLD FASHIONED PERSONS
RMCWAPJT–Russell Means, and Clyde Bellecourt, of AIM (American Indian Movement), after being arraigned in Federal Court for AIM's
RMDERB24–Hopi Talking Chief announcing the coming of a snake dance ceremony, 1800s. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RMJR30HH–American Indian Love Song
RMFFD770–NATIVE AMERICAN TOOL. /nNorth American Indian antler tool with a deer carving.
RMBNNKK5–Larry Belitz american Indian craftsman artifact Hot Springs South Dakota USA America United States of America drawings leather
RMDRJG9B–Native American Indian trailmakers
RMC84YK0–Print of American Indian man on horseback with struggling Caucasian woman, circa 1813
RMW7CJMW–Navajo blanket, North American Indian, 19th century. Artist: Unknown
RM2B9649R–POCAHONTAS / MATOAKA American Indian princess aged 21 years just before her death 1617 Pocahontas, illustration in Bazilioologia A Booke of Kings, London, Compton Holland, 1618
RMHPXBR2–Native American Indian house, USA
RMMFNPGN–Native North American Indian warrior. Photograph by Edward Curtis (1868-1952).
RFD49H1B–Black Hawk was the leader and warrior of the Sauk American Indian tribe. In the War of 1812, he fought with the British.
RMA160G8–Indian tepee in the snow.
RMFB7B80–Native American Indian, Hubble Big Horse, Cheyenne Indian
RMERGCHJ–American Indian Mother and Child, wearing traditional costume. Photograph taken by F. A. Rinehart, 1905, Omaha, Nebraska.
RF2E92MGN–A Native American Indian Village in the US/Canadian border region. STODDARD 1895
RMEC88HB–Native American Indian On The Waterfront by a tepee. Dated 1890
RMAA42YB–Arizona hopi indian pottery
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