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Carry His Babe In His Mouth - Crow - 1900. Such an interesting name and picture!

Carry His Babe In His Mouth - Crow - 1900. Such an interesting name and picture!

Hail Stone (aka Stump Horn Bull, aka Spotted Horn Bull) - Crow - circa 1890

Hail Stone (aka Stump Horn Bull, aka Spotted Horn Bull) - Crow - circa 1890

Ashishishe, aka “Curly,” a Crow scout for the US Army, and one of the survivors of Little Big Horn who gave a famous account of the defeat of Custer’s battalion.:

Ashishishe, aka “Curly,” a Crow scout for the US Army, and one of the survivors of Little Big Horn who gave a famous account of the defeat of Custer’s battalion.:

Crow Dog Within the Cheyenne tribe there used to be a military society made up of the strongest and bravest men. They were fierce fighters- unyielding. The Calvary called them Dog Soldiers or suicide soldiers. They often acted as rear guards, or sacrificial decoy, so the rest of the tribe could escape. Limited Edition of 75

Crow Dog Within the Cheyenne tribe there used to be a military society made up of the strongest and bravest men. They were fierce fighters- unyielding. The Calvary called them Dog Soldiers or suicide soldiers. They often acted as rear guards, or sacrificial decoy, so the rest of the tribe could escape. Limited Edition of 75

Iron White Man a Sioux Native from Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show by Gertrude Käsebier, ca. 1900

Iron White Man a Sioux Native from Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show by Gertrude Käsebier, ca. 1900

Inuit mother with baby    Image No: ND-1-105    Title: Inuit mother (in parka) carrying baby on her back, Nome (?), Alaska.    Date: 1903:

Inuit mother with baby Image No: ND-1-105 Title: Inuit mother (in parka) carrying baby on her back, Nome (?), Alaska. Date: 1903:

Missouri War Axe, ca. 1860. Osage. National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (007080.000) | This artwork is part of “The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky” on view now through May 10, 2015. #PlainsIndians

Missouri War Axe, ca. 1860. Osage. National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (007080.000) | This artwork is part of “The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky” on view now through May 10, 2015. #PlainsIndians

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