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Native American. Iroquois. Tuscarora/Mohawk.  My little Smoke Dancer in Pittsburgh 2003

Native American. Iroquois. Tuscarora/Mohawk. My little Smoke Dancer in Pittsburgh 2003

Headdress  Iroquois or Mohawk, 1855-1865  The McCord Museum

Headdress Iroquois or Mohawk, 1855-1865 The McCord Museum

Standing Holy, the daughter of the medicine man Sitting Bull.

Standing Holy, the daughter of the medicine man Sitting Bull.

Amérindiens

Amérindiens

☆ Following the Red Road :¦: Artist Brad Schmidt ☆

☆ Following the Red Road :¦: Artist Brad Schmidt ☆

Choctaw ribbon shirt

Choctaw ribbon shirt

Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation | The largest First Nation in Canada with a total of 23,902 band members. 11,865 are reported living in the territory. It is the only territory in North America that has the six Iroquois nations living together. These nations are the Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca and Tuscarora. There are also some Delaware living in the territory. The acreage at present covers some 46,000 acres (190 km2) near the city of Brantford, Ontario.

Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation | The largest First Nation in Canada with a total of 23,902 band members. 11,865 are reported living in the territory. It is the only territory in North America that has the six Iroquois nations living together. These nations are the Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca and Tuscarora. There are also some Delaware living in the territory. The acreage at present covers some 46,000 acres (190 km2) near the city of Brantford, Ontario.

Missing Daddy  ~ Alfredo Rodriguez

Missing Daddy ~ Alfredo Rodriguez

The Hiawatha belt, which is the insignia for the Iroquois original Five Nations, consists of a central symbol, which is a tree that represents the Onondaga nation. Description from iroquoisanthroinfo.wikispaces.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Hiawatha belt, which is the insignia for the Iroquois original Five Nations, consists of a central symbol, which is a tree that represents the Onondaga nation. Description from iroquoisanthroinfo.wikispaces.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

By BRAD SCHMIDT

By BRAD SCHMIDT