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Traditional Shoshone dancer photographed in Wyoming in full costume. Golden eagle feathers embellish the dance gear, bustle and headdress against stone cliffs and rolling hills.

Traditional Shoshone dancer photographed in Wyoming in full costume. Golden eagle feathers embellish the dance gear, bustle and headdress against stone cliffs and rolling hills.

Crow Elder

Crow Elder

Native American Dance

Native American Dance

RUDY YOUNGBLOOD - Native American actor, musican, dancer and artist.

RUDY YOUNGBLOOD - Native American actor, musican, dancer and artist.

Nathaniel Arcand (born November 13, 1971) is a Native Canadian actor. He was raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He is Nēhilawē (Plains Cree), from the Alexander First Nation Reserve.

Nathaniel Arcand (born November 13, 1971) is a Native Canadian actor. He was raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He is Nēhilawē (Plains Cree), from the Alexander First Nation Reserve.

USA | Warrior's headdress; Plains Indians; Crow | Golden eagle feathers, fur, glass beads, metal bells, felt, wool | ca. 1910 | Est. 12'000 - 13'000€ ~ (Dec '13)

USA | Warrior's headdress; Plains Indians; Crow | Golden eagle feathers, fur, glass beads, metal bells, felt, wool | ca. 1910 | Est. 12'000 - 13'000€ ~ (Dec '13)

Nathaniel Arcand -Native American hottie

Nathaniel Arcand

Nathaniel Arcand -Native American hottie

Native America Women

Native America Women

Often, people think about Native Americans as we were envisioned at the turn of the century. If we’re not walking around in buckskin and fringe, mimicking the stereotype in dress and art form, we’re not seen as real. Native Americans are here, and we are contemporary people, yet we are very much informed and connected to our history. —Charlene Teters

Often, people think about Native Americans as we were envisioned at the turn of the century. If we’re not walking around in buckskin and fringe, mimicking the stereotype in dress and art form, we’re not seen as real. Native Americans are here, and we are contemporary people, yet we are very much informed and connected to our history. —Charlene Teters

Adam Beach

Adam Beach

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