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2009 Top One Hundred Countdown # An American-Indian Posing Outdoors, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, by Irwin and Mankins Native American Beauty, Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Indian Tribes, Native Indian, Indiana, Quanah Parker, Eskimo

2009 Top One Hundred Countdown # 41: An American-Indian Posing Outdoors, Indian Territory, Oklahoma

I'm inclined to think that this card is authentic, but with photographs of Native-Americans, you always have to be cautious. I did buy it on Ebay, and the dealer was someone with a decent reputation, from the area. It someone could authentic the dress of this man as being Chickasaw, that would put us one step closer to saying that this is the genuine article. Duncan and Chickasha are in the Chickasaw part of the Indian Territory. Of course, someone who wanted to pass this off as authentic…

Native American Indian Pictures: Historic Pictures of Comanche Indian Women - Native American Indian Pictures: Historic Pictures of Comanche Indian Women -

Comanche woman - circa 1885

Comanche Indian group -the most brutal and fierce Indians in Texas

Comanche Indian group | TSLAC

Comanche Indian group Back to exhibit Back to exhibit Prints and Photographs Collection, Texas State Library and Archives Commission. #1/104-106.

David Yorke Artist, Authorized Website, Current Paintings and New Prints Available, Western and Native American Art Native American Horses, Native American Paintings, Native American Pictures, Native American Artists, Native American History, Indian Paintings, American Indians, American Symbols, Native Indian

David Yorke's art

Clear and present danger © http://www.plainsmen.com/artists/yorke/davidyorke.htm Autumn reflections Bear Brave Comanche Creek Indian Daughter of the Sioux Fire of the Great Spirit Hail and Lightning Independent and free Many Colours Medicine Prayer Mikasuki Observance of Blessings October's hunt Pawnee warrior Prayer to the Buffalo Profile of a warrior The Final touch The Light Within Vanishing trail Western Apache Warrior Wisdom of his Father

Chief Naiche - Chiricahua Apache: Naiche was the son of the greatest of Apache chiefs, Cochise, and the grandson of another, Mangas Coloradas. I searched for this on /images

Chiricahua Apache

 Comanche Native Indian woman with papoose taken in Oklahoma City Oklahoma in Native American Pictures, Native American Beauty, Indian Pictures, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Comanche Indians, Into The West, Native Indian, Indian Tribes

Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center

A "kohno" (day cradle) was used to keep a Comanche baby out of harm’s way or, if a mother was gathering seeds or roots and on the plains, it could be easily carried along her back. This photos shows a Comanche "pia" (mother) her "onaa" (baby) ca. 1899. The "kohno" lay next to her right side.

 Comanche Native Indian woman with papoose taken in Oklahoma City Oklahoma in Native American Pictures, Native American Beauty, Indian Pictures, Native American Tribes, Native American History, Comanche Indians, Into The West, Native Indian, Indian Tribes

Historic Comanche Indian Women with Babies Photo Gallery

Historic photos of Comanche Indian women pictured with their babies