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Chief Pawnee Killer As his name indicates, Pawnee Killer was known for his exploits against

Lakota 1904

Historic Photos of the Lakota Sioux Indians

Eagle Chief - Pawnee - no date

Ruling His Son, famous Pawnee Indian scout; Died 1928 at 102 years.

Kiowa chief, was born in 1833 on Elk Creek, Indian Territory. He was descended from a line of prominent war chiefs and inherited his name ...

I wonder if this young man (a son of Blue Horse?) was the same individual whose picture was first posted by Grahame on the LBH board:

Chief White Eagle The Pawnee (sometimes Paneassa) are a Native American tribe that historically lived along the Platte River in what is now Nebras…

Brave Chief, An American Indian of the Pawnee Nation.

La-Roo-Chuck-A-La-Shar (Sun Chief) was a Pawnee chief who died fighting the Lakota at Massacre Canyon.

Portrait of Tskararalisin (Eagle Chief). Part of Caddoan and Pawnee Tribes. 1907

Red Cloud - Oglala - circa 1890

Iron Tail fought under Sitting Bull at the Battle of the Little Bighorn (1876). During the 1880s, he traveled with Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show, ...

Pawnee father and son, 1912

White Eagle (Ponca). Fl. 1870s. White Eagle was the principal ...

Sitting Bull and Without Meat:

American Horse

Swallow Bird- Crow Indian- Edward S. Curtis.jpg

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Monte Blue Picture

Among the best-known and most feared Indians of the nineteenth century, the Prophet and his brother, Techumseh, were Shawnee leaders of a fervent movement ...

Photograph controversy

The murder of 8-year-old April Tinsley frustrated investigators for decades and attracted

Martin Charlot, younger

Head Chiefs of the Pawnee and Sioux Nations

'Three Cherokees Came Over from the Head of the River Savannah to

Kills on Horseback.1899. Ogallala Sioux.

Cheyenne and Arapaho chiefs meeting at the Camp Weld Council on September 28, 1864. Standing, third from left: John Smith, interpreter; to his left, ...

Mugshot of Donald Eugene Webb, wanted in connection with the 1980 murder of police Chief

Picture 4: Oglala Sitting Bull, 3rd from left in the front row, with his war club which General Miles got after the killing of SB by the Crows

In a press conference just before 7pm local time, Cleveland Police confirmed Stephens was still on the loose but said they had searched several locations ...

Standing L-R: Louis Bordeaux (Interpreter at Spotted Tail agency), William Garnett (Interpreter at Red Cloud agency), Julius Meyer (Interpreter and local ...

Washunga was the leader of the Kansa tribe during the allotment period and had a distrust for white intentions during this time.

Hiring practices[edit]

Custer; Crazy Horse

White Buffalo, a Northern Cheyenne chief who received the rank of sergeant in the United States Army.

Wa Wa Tse photographed by Edward S. Curtis

1822 portrait of Sharitahrish by Charles Bird King, on display in the Library of the White House

Chief Iron Tail, Gertrude Kasebier, 1898, U.S. Library of Congress

How they got there—and why three of them died—is a story of the forgotten young drifters of the heartland.

(Red Shirt is the central figure)

They raided and plundered up and down the Platte route, halting all communications and supplies. In Denver there was panic as food shortages began to grow.

(Paterek, 1994) And, Pawnee scouts were known to paint their faces white in order to gain stealth and tracking abilities from the wolf. (Paterek, 1994)

Admiral Dahlgren aboard the Pawnee, his flagship, leaning on one of his namesake cannons. I think this photo was taken at the end of the war, ...

*Some sources say 1839.

The photographs above are some of the 1875 delegation to Washington, D.C., taken by Frank F. Currier on 13 May 1875 in Omaha, Nebraska. The delegation was ...

Below: Another girl who violated any number of Indian cultural practices.

A depiction of an Aztec human sacrifice from the 16th century Codex Magilabechiano.

CORNPLANTER-SENECA CHIEF ...

Law West of the Pecos

The Chief gives him the name of Little Big Man because even though he is small in stature, he has a big heart, and Old Lodge Skins tells him a mythic story ...

... relates his adventures to a historian (William Hickey). Jack and his sister, Caroline (Carole Androsky), are the only survivors after Pawnee ...

Chief Cornplanter, or “the corn planter” to the Senecas, was born in the little town of Conewaugus on the Genessee River in New York state.

Anthony now informed his superiors that “there is a band of Indians within forty miles of the post. … I shall try to keep the Indians quiet until such time ...

During an interview with the tester, he explains that it was very easy to use

William Potter Ross

Cheyenne Indians (from the Sioux name Sha-hi'yena, Shai-ena, or (Teton) Shai-ela, 'people of alien speech,' from sha'ia, 'to speak a strange language').

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Chief Sitting Bull, Lakota Sioux, ca 1831 – 1890

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He received his nickname for “breaking” horses. So, he takes a wild animal and domesticates it, his name indicating his desire to ...

So the chief goes on TV to say he cursed the festival, which the extremely gullible Pawnee ...

Gall : Lakota war chief

After the flight of the survivors, the Indians rejected Black Kettle and Left Hand, and turned to their war leaders to save them from extermination.

The German-born fighter served as chief of scouts for Gen. George Crook during the Apache Wars and ended up crippled after a shooting incident in 1887 ...

David Allan Lee, born 21 April 1938 Denver, Colorado. Died 12 Sept 1940, Denver. He is buried in the Centerville Cemetery plot A-22-4-5.

Disgusted with his not embracing violence, Caroline leaves Jack, abandoning her brother once again. So much for the white society's loyalty to family.

Mannford Police Chief Lucky Miller.

Sisters

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A vain man, the U.S. military leader posed for more than 150 photographs during his lifetime, but this was from his final photo session.

The Chief gives him the name of Little Big Man because even though he is small in stature, he has a big heart, and Old Lodge Skins tells him a mythic story ...

Missouri State Fair

Photo of Watertown HS homecoming (known locally as "Ki-Yi") royalty

Drifting Goose, chief of the Húŋkpatina, a winter count keeper, along with his people were placed onto the Crow Creek Indian Reservation.

Frank Fools Crow

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TÈŸatȟáŋka PtÃÄ ela aka Grant Short Bull, an Oglala Lakota witness

Billy the Kid's Killer

Charcandrick West

It's a national disgrace that the “fine-looking” Christian activist, “Minty” Ross (Harriet Tubman), will not be appearing on the twenty-dollar bill until ...

Silver Star for a Cherokee

Mahaska the Younger

Chief Pawnee Killer As his name indicates, Pawnee Killer was known for his exploits against

Lakota 1904

Historic Photos of the Lakota Sioux Indians

Eagle Chief - Pawnee - no date

Ruling His Son, famous Pawnee Indian scout; Died 1928 at 102 years.

Kiowa chief, was born in 1833 on Elk Creek, Indian Territory. He was descended from a line of prominent war chiefs and inherited his name ...

I wonder if this young man (a son of Blue Horse?) was the same individual whose picture was first posted by Grahame on the LBH board:

Chief White Eagle The Pawnee (sometimes Paneassa) are a Native American tribe that historically lived along the Platte River in what is now Nebras…

Man That Left His Enemy Lying In The Water, Night Chief - Pawnee - 1868

Red Cloud - Oglala - circa 1890

Portrait of Tskararalisin (Eagle Chief). Part of Caddoan and Pawnee Tribes. 1907

La-Roo-Chuck-A-La-Shar (Sun Chief) was a Pawnee chief who died fighting the Lakota at Massacre Canyon.

Thunder Hawk was an ally of Crazy Horse in several important battles during the Plains Indian wars. One of them was the so-called FETTERMAN fight, ...

Nawkaw (Walking Turtle)

Pawnee father and son, 1912

Iron Tail fought under Sitting Bull at the Battle of the Little Bighorn (1876). During the 1880s, he traveled with Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show, ...

White Eagle (Ponca). Fl. 1870s. White Eagle was the principal ...

Sitting Bull and Without Meat:

American Horse

Swallow Bird- Crow Indian- Edward S. Curtis.jpg

http://www.american-tribes.com/messageboards/dietmar/

Among the best-known and most feared Indians of the nineteenth century, the Prophet and his brother, Techumseh, were Shawnee leaders of a fervent movement ...

Head Chiefs of the Pawnee and Sioux Nations

Monte Blue Picture

Martin Charlot, younger

'Three Cherokees Came Over from the Head of the River Savannah to

Cheyenne and Arapaho chiefs meeting at the Camp Weld Council on September 28, 1864. Standing, third from left: John Smith, interpreter; to his left, ...

The DNA technique used in the Golden State Killer case leads to arrest for child sexual ...

Mugshot of Donald Eugene Webb, wanted in connection with the 1980 murder of police Chief

Nebraska moving forward with execution plans for Norfolk killer Jose Sandoval | Crime and Courts | journalstar.com

Standing L-R: Louis Bordeaux (Interpreter at Spotted Tail agency), William Garnett (Interpreter at Red Cloud agency), Julius Meyer (Interpreter and local ...

Picture 4: Oglala Sitting Bull, 3rd from left in the front row, with his war club which General Miles got after the killing of SB by the Crows

In a press conference just before 7pm local time, Cleveland Police confirmed Stephens was still on the loose but said they had searched several locations ...

Crazy Horse

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Hiring practices[edit]

Wa Wa Tse photographed by Edward S. Curtis

Custer; Crazy Horse

Chief Iron Tail, Gertrude Kasebier, 1898, U.S. Library of Congress

White Buffalo, a Northern Cheyenne chief who received the rank of sergeant in the United States Army.

Recently departed HLN president Albie Hecht left his perch atop CNN's sister network due to a lack of resources to expand original programming, ...

How they got there—and why three of them died—is a story of the forgotten young drifters of the heartland.

Cheyenne Indians (from the Sioux name Sha-hi'yena, Shai-ena, or (Teton) Shai-ela, 'people of alien speech,' from sha'ia, 'to speak a strange language').

Spotted Tail - Spotted Tail's delegation to Washington

(Red Shirt is the central figure)

William Potter Ross

1822 portrait of Sharitahrish by Charles Bird King, on display in the Library of the White House

Red Cloud

Kidder

They raided and plundered up and down the Platte route, halting all communications and supplies. In Denver there was panic as food shortages began to grow.

*Some sources say 1839.

(Paterek, 1994) And, Pawnee scouts were known to paint their faces white in order to gain stealth and tracking abilities from the wolf. (Paterek, 1994)

The photographs above are some of the 1875 delegation to Washington, D.C., taken by Frank F. Currier on 13 May 1875 in Omaha, Nebraska. The delegation was ...

Admiral Dahlgren aboard the Pawnee, his flagship, leaning on one of his namesake cannons. I think this photo was taken at the end of the war, ...

Spotted Tail - Chief Spotted Tail

Below: Another girl who violated any number of Indian cultural practices.

A depiction of an Aztec human sacrifice from the 16th century Codex Magilabechiano.

I wondered if this was just a peculiar reaction to the camera (I strongly doubt it, however) or some kind of pathology (a little strabismus, maybe?)

At statehood in 1850, the Indian population of California was estimated to be 150,000, about half what it is thought to have been when the Spanish arrived.

CORNPLANTER-SENECA CHIEF ...

Law West of the Pecos

The Chief gives him the name of Little Big Man because even though he is small in stature, he has a big heart, and Old Lodge Skins tells him a mythic story ...

... relates his adventures to a historian (William Hickey). Jack and his sister, Caroline (Carole Androsky), are the only survivors after Pawnee ...

Lone Bear

Anthony now informed his superiors that “there is a band of Indians within forty miles of the post. … I shall try to keep the Indians quiet until such time ...

Cops said Stephens is 6ft 1inch tall and has a full beard.

Nebraska moving forward with execution plans for Norfolk killer Jose Sandoval | Crime and Courts | journalstar.com

Washunga was the leader of the Kansa tribe during the allotment period and had a distrust for white intentions during this time.

Nebraska moving forward with execution plans for Norfolk killer Jose Sandoval | Crime and Courts | journalstar.com

Facebook Live Killer Dead. Suicide.

nul-curtis-data/nai.03.book.json at master · trevormunoz/nul-curtis-data · GitHub

By blurring the line between his actual experiences on the frontier and one of his tall tales, Cody created the enduring myth of the Wild West that still ...

Chief Sitting Bull, Lakota Sioux, ca 1831 – 1890

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He received his nickname for “breaking” horses. So, he takes a wild animal and domesticates it, his name indicating his desire to ...

So the chief goes on TV to say he cursed the festival, which the extremely gullible Pawnee ...

After the flight of the survivors, the Indians rejected Black Kettle and Left Hand, and turned to their war leaders to save them from extermination.

Famous Show Indians

Jose Sanodval

Gall : Lakota war chief

The German-born fighter served as chief of scouts for Gen. George Crook during the Apache Wars and ended up crippled after a shooting incident in 1887 ...

Disgusted with his not embracing violence, Caroline leaves Jack, abandoning her brother once again. So much for the white society's loyalty to family.

A vain man, the U.S. military leader posed for more than 150 photographs during his lifetime, but this was from his final photo session.

The Chief gives him the name of Little Big Man because even though he is small in stature, he has a big heart, and Old Lodge Skins tells him a mythic story ...

American Horse and Red Cloud, 1897

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