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Tallee, an Osage Warrior, painted by George Catlin. The Osage were originally known by Ni-U-Kon-Ska, which means "Children of the Middle Waters." Today they call themselves Wah-Zha-Zhi, which was translated by French explorers as Ouazhigi, which later became the English name Osage. Early settlers have said that the Osages were the largest Native people in North America, with the Osage men averaging over 6 feet tall. In war, they were feared by neighboring tribes.

Tallee, an Osage Warrior, painted by George Catlin. The Osage were originally known by Ni-U-Kon-Ska, which means "Children of the Middle Waters." Today they call themselves Wah-Zha-Zhi, which was translated by French explorers as Ouazhigi, which later became the English name Osage. Early settlers have said that the Osages were the largest Native people in North America, with the Osage men averaging over 6 feet tall. In war, they were feared by neighboring tribes.

USA // The Nez Perce of Idaho: A Different History // Every American child knows about the native people who lived on the land before Christopher Columbus 'discovered' the Americas, but little real attention is paid to their culture or history. // Continue reading: http://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/idaho/articles/the-nez-perce-of-idaho-a-different-history/

USA // The Nez Perce of Idaho: A Different History // Every American child knows about the native people who lived on the land before Christopher Columbus 'discovered' the Americas, but little real attention is paid to their culture or history. // Continue reading: http://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/idaho/articles/the-nez-perce-of-idaho-a-different-history/

Shoshone warrior Gor-osimp. Photographed between 1884-5. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Shoshone warrior Gor-osimp. Photographed between 1884-5. Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Before European explorers arrived in North America, scholars believe that there were upwards of 50 million Native Americans living across all of the Americas. Today, there are over 550 Federally recognized tribes existing in the United States alone.  These proud people have a fascinating history, and thanks to early photographers we have these photos today to remember their historic way of life.

Before European explorers arrived in North America, scholars believe that there were upwards of 50 million Native Americans living across all of the Americas. Today, there are over 550 Federally recognized tribes existing in the United States alone. These proud people have a fascinating history, and thanks to early photographers we have these photos today to remember their historic way of life.

Chief Sitting Bull ... Lakota Nation  General George Custer ... US Cavalry  Battle of the Little Big Horn ... 1876

Chief Sitting Bull ... Lakota Nation General George Custer ... US Cavalry Battle of the Little Big Horn ... 1876

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low dog, sioux fighting chiefs, the battle of little big horn, 1870's, native americans, native american warriors, native american battles

Kaahteney, his wife, Guyan, and the child  Kaywaykla.  Guyan was a "warrior" who fought by her husbands side until his death. Kaahteney was choosen by Nana to succeed him as leader of the Chiricahua.

Kaahteney, his wife, Guyan, and the child Kaywaykla. Guyan was a "warrior" who fought by her husbands side until his death. Kaahteney was choosen by Nana to succeed him as leader of the Chiricahua.

Forget The Redskins, What The Feds Just Did To These Native Americans Is WAY Worse...

Forget The Redskins, What The Feds Just Did To These Native Americans Is WAY Worse...

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