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El Chamán.

El Chamán.

Fotografía original de un Tipi en la nieve. Fotografía tomada por Curtis en 1908. En la fotografía también aparecen dos hombres montando a caballo.

Fotografía original de un Tipi en la nieve. Fotografía tomada por Curtis en 1908. En la fotografía también aparecen dos hombres montando a caballo.

BUFFALO SHIELD

BUFFALO SHIELD

American Indian's History: California's Native American Yuma Indians

American Indian's History: California's Native American Yuma Indians

HONRADLES (Tema serio por favor) - ForoCoches

HONRADLES (Tema serio por favor) - ForoCoches

10 verschillende afbeeldingen achterelkaar over indianen (woordenschat)    http://mijnyurlspagina.yurls.net/nl/page/801076#topboxes

10 verschillende afbeeldingen achterelkaar over indianen (woordenschat) http://mijnyurlspagina.yurls.net/nl/page/801076#topboxes

Tipi pics | www.American-Tribes.com

Tipi pics | www.American-Tribes.com

Iron Eyes Cody     American actor Iron Eyes Cody was famous for playing Native American characters, and claimed to be descended from the Cherokee-Cree clan. In 1996, however, a newspaper investigation claimed that he was actually of Italian parentage – though he denied this till the end of his life.  Picture: BEI/Rex Features

The world's most famous imposters

Iron Eyes Cody American actor Iron Eyes Cody was famous for playing Native American characters, and claimed to be descended from the Cherokee-Cree clan. In 1996, however, a newspaper investigation claimed that he was actually of Italian parentage – though he denied this till the end of his life. Picture: BEI/Rex Features

Tying the Bundle - Cowichan (The North American Indian, v. IX. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, 1913)

Tying the Bundle - Cowichan (The North American Indian, v. IX. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, 1913)

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Often, people think about Native Americans as we were envisioned at the turn of the century. If we’re not walking around in buckskin and fringe, mimicking the stereotype in dress and art form, we’re not seen as real. Native Americans are here, and we are contemporary people, yet we are very much informed and connected to our history. —Charlene Teters

Often, people think about Native Americans as we were envisioned at the turn of the century. If we’re not walking around in buckskin and fringe, mimicking the stereotype in dress and art form, we’re not seen as real. Native Americans are here, and we are contemporary people, yet we are very much informed and connected to our history. —Charlene Teters

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