"Recent Uprising Among the Bannock Indians A Hunting Party Fording the Snake River Southwest of the Three Tetons"
"Buffaloes." 367th Infantry, (African American) troops return colors to Union
Native American Tribes, Native American History, Native American Photography, Native Place, Light Writing, Tribal People, Plains Indians, Indian Man, ...
Ralph Willet Dixey (Bannock tribe ), Peter Jim (Shoshone tribe ) - 1897 all this proud people
Shoshone Indian man and wife taken circa 1920. Note the sacred pipe. Native American
Battle of Kelley Creek - Image: Bodies as Found at Deserted Indian Camp 1911
Battle of Kelley Creek - Image: Site of the deserted Indian camp. Bodies of
Rare & Original 3 young shoshone braves cabinet card photograph, c. Find this Pin and more on SHOSHONE BANNOCK TRIBE ...
Cayuse people - Image: Sahaptin tribal chiefs
Benedictine Wrensted, a man of the Shoshone Nation. No date or additional information.
Historic photo gallery of the life and customs of the Shoshone Indian tribe
Shoshone Indian man and wife with traditional clothing. Date of photo is unknown. Native
Bannock Tribes - Slideshow Of Historical Photos Native American Clothing, Native American Beauty, Native
Bannock Tribes - Slideshow of Historical Photos
Chief Washakie statue inside the US Capitol building; part of the National Statuary Hall collection
William Crozier (artillerist)
Joseph Stewart (U.S. Army officer)
Tobacco Pouch, Shoshone Bannock. ДА1. Length 38 cm, width 18 cm.
The Lemhi Shoshone are a band of Northern Shoshone. They traditionally lived in the Lemhi
Ma-wo-ma, a 19th-century leader of approximately 3,000 Snake Indians, portrait by Alfred Jacob Miller and resides at the Walters Art Museum.
Camas (Camassia quamash) is a plant with a blue or purple flower which has a nutritious bulb about the size and shape of a tulip bulb.
Headline Baltimore Morning Herald, July 27, 1895.
The Reward of Bravery--A Reminiscence of the Late Indian War - Harper's Weekely
A cartoon from Harper's Weekly of December 21, 1878, features General Philip Sheridan and Secretary of the Interior Carl Schurz.
Translator George LaVatta and Chief Tendoi at the Fort Hall Reservation circa 1923. The Shoshone and Bannock ...
Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865-1890 | Pritzker Military Museum & Library | Chicago
Malheur Indian Reservation
Buffalo Soldiers of the 25th Infantry Regiment, 1890
9th Cavalry Regiment (United States) - Captain and troopers of the 9th Cavalry,
Duckwater Shoshone Tribe of the Duckwater Reservation - John Billy (Paiute) farming at Duckwater
Eastern Shoshone - Image: Washakie (Shoots the Buffalo Running), a Shoshoni chief
Battle of Sugar Point - Portrait of Melville Wilkinson as it appeared in The St Paul
Indians الملصق Indians apk تصوير الشاشة ...
Tecumseh, the Creek War, and the War of 1812
Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865-1890
Black Hawk War (1865–72) - Image: Monument describing Black Hawk War
Part of the American Indian Wars · Crazy Snake Rebels.jpg
Duck Valley Indian Reservation - Entrance sign to Duck Valley Reservation
Sally Young Kanosh - Charles Decker gave Sally to Clara Young after he bought her for
The Battle of Fallen Timbers
American Falls Dam on Snake River circa 1910.
Bluff War - General Hugh L. Scott at Camp Dix, New Jersey in 1918
10th Cavalry Regiment (United States) - "Wounded and lifted on Horse"-
Battles, army posts, and the general location of tribes in the American West
"For Supremacy" by Charles Russell. “
Battle of Sugar Point - The St Paul Globe October 9, 1898 showing portraits of
10th Cavalry Regiment (United States) - 10th Regiment United States Cavalry Coat of Arms
10th Cavalry Regiment (United States) - 10th Cavalry Regiment
Fanciful view of Roger Williams meeting the Narragansett in 1636.
Comanche–Mexico Wars - Comanches meeting the U.S. dragoons near the Wichita Mountains in 1835
Great Basin Indian Tribe 1878 GROUP of BANNOCK Indians Antique Print Engraving
Tom Torlino, a member of the Navajo Nation, entered the Carlisle Indian School,
Settlers escaping the Dakota War of 1862
Photobucket. Quahog comes from the
Indian Relay Horse race held during the annual Shoshone-Bannock Festival held in Fort Hall
During its service, the battalion made a grueling march nearly 2,000 miles long from Council Bluffs , Iowa , to San Diego .
Quanah Parker, son of a Comanche Chief and an Anglo-Texas settler. His family's story spans the history of the Texas–Indian wars.
Seems he was the son of a banker, received a good education, and was
Painting of a buffalo hunt by Frederic Remington
Battle of the Rosebud - General Crook's Army crossing the west fork of Goose Creek the
Of course I don't mean to suggest through this analysis that the Blackfoot people or any other group of Native Americans needs a white man to recapture ...
The Miller cabin is the smaller of the buildings on the left. The larger building on the right was constructed later as the headquarters of the ...
In 1885 the settlers of Little Lost River applied for a post office, asking that
A group of Indians associated with the Posey War gathered for land allotment meetings in 1921
Nez Perce Indians with Appaloosa horse, around 1895
John James Mitchell, " A Young Republican ", Etching, ...