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George Parton - Caddo

George Parton - Caddo

Martin Sensmeier for Native Peoples Magazine

Martin Sensmeier for Native Peoples Magazine

Nick black elk

Nick black elk

Show-E-Tat (aka Little Boy, aka George Washington) - Caddo - 1872

Show-E-Tat (aka Little Boy, aka George Washington) - Caddo - 1872

The Dog Soldiers were the most powerful of the Cheyenne tribe's

The Dog Soldiers were the most powerful of the Cheyenne tribe's

Choctaw Indians: Woman Pounding Corn in Wooden Mortar. Is it Oklahoma or Mississippi? According to ushistoryimages.com, this image comes from the Smithsonian's collection. I will post more when I dig a little deeper.

Choctaw Indians: Woman Pounding Corn in Wooden Mortar. Is it Oklahoma or Mississippi? According to ushistoryimages.com, this image comes from the Smithsonian's collection. I will post more when I dig a little deeper.

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Enoch Hoag, last traditional chief of the Caddos (1896-1929). Date of photo unknown. Courtesy National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. (Negative No. 1373b).

Enoch Hoag, last traditional chief of the Caddos (1896-1929). Date of photo unknown. Courtesy National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. (Negative No. 1373b).

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Mrs. Whitebread, wife of Caddo chief (caddi), 1902-1913. Date of photograph unknown, probably early 1900s. Courtesy Marilyn Murrow.

Mrs. Whitebread, wife of Caddo chief (caddi), 1902-1913. Date of photograph unknown, probably early 1900s. Courtesy Marilyn Murrow.

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