Pah-Ute (Paiute) Indian group, near Cedar, Utah, in 1872. (Timothy O'Sullivan/National Archives and Records Administration)

Pah-Ute (Paiute) Indian group, near Cedar, Utah, in 1872. (Timothy O'Sullivan/National Archives and Records Administration)

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr.  He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr. He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

7 Civil War Stories You Didn't Learn in High School | Mental Floss

7 Civil War Stories You Didn't Learn in High School

Naiche - Chiricahua Apache: Naiche was the son of the greatest Apache chiefs, Cochise, and the grandson of another, Mangas Coloradas. Naiche enlisted as a scout at Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory, in 1897, when this photo was likely taken. He worked successfully to move the Apaches at Fort Sill to the Mescalero Apache Reservation in New Mexico, which was much more like their native homeland.

Naiche - Chiricahua Apache: Naiche was the son of the greatest Apache chiefs, Cochise, and the grandson of another, Mangas Coloradas. Naiche enlisted as a scout at Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory, in 1897, when this photo was likely taken. He worked successfully to move the Apaches at Fort Sill to the Mescalero Apache Reservation in New Mexico, which was much more like their native homeland.

Hebrew Israelite (so called native Indians) on mountain. Tribe of GAD. Montona #HebrewIsraelites spreading TRUTH #ISRAELisBLACK

Hebrew Israelite (so called native Indians) on mountain. Tribe of GAD. Montona #HebrewIsraelites spreading TRUTH #ISRAELisBLACK

Wounded Knee Massacre occurred on December 29,1890 near Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota where nearly 300 Native Americans were killed.

Wounded Knee Massacre occurred on December 29,1890 near Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota where nearly 300 Native Americans were killed.

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