Chipeta (1843/1844-1924) was a Ute Native America woman who lived through a tumultuous period in Colorado’s early history. As the wife of Chief Ouray of the Uncompahgre Ute, Chipeta was his valued advisor & often sat beside her husband during tribal consul meetings. She frequently used her influence to help seek peace with white settlers in Colorado.
native american princess
Ojibwa Father and Son c1870
Des accidents à l'ancienne
New York City, c.1942, The SS. Normandie capsized after going up in flames in New York Harbour
Buckskin - I so love this picture. http://www.firstpeople.us/native-american/photographs/a-native-american-girl-wearing-a-beaded-buckskin-dress.html
Native Americans Indians Montana "The Eagle." Piegan / Blackfoot Glacier National Park Photo: Roland Reed,1913.
Native American woman. I wish my hair was this beautiful!
Chief Bone Necklace of the Oglala Lakota tribe, 1899 @Christopher Stowe Cooke [i stayed with the Oglala for a week as a teenager on Pine Ridge Reservation. <3 <3]