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Native American - Honoring our Ancestors, Culture & Spirituality added a new photo — with Pearl Kellogg and 6 others.

Shay has described President Kennedy as his favorite subject. 'You can't take a bad picture of that guy,' he said.

Shay has described President Kennedy as his favorite subject. 'You can't take a bad picture of that guy,' he said.

History is no doubt fascinating, but sometimes it just feels so faraway and removed, it’s hard to have a deeper reaction to learning about it. And that’s especially true when a culture or a way of life has been so drastically changed that today, many of us can’t even imagine what life was like. That’s...

History is no doubt fascinating, but sometimes it just feels so faraway and removed, it’s hard to have a deeper reaction to learning about it. And that’s especially true when a culture or a way of life has been so drastically changed that today, many of us can’t even imagine what life was like. That’s...

Geronimo was an important Apache Native American leader who rose to celebrity status. His many cunning  escapes from Indian reservations and the failure of 10,000 Mexican and American soldiers to capture him  and his 39 warriors gave him a permanent place in history.

Geronimo was an important Apache Native American leader who rose to celebrity status. His many cunning escapes from Indian reservations and the failure of 10,000 Mexican and American soldiers to capture him and his 39 warriors gave him a permanent place in history.

"Red Cloud" (1822 – December 10, 1909) war leader & chief of Oglala Lakota (Sioux). One of the most capable Native American opponents US Army faced, he led a successful campaign in 1866–1868 known as Red Cloud's War over control of Powder River Country in northeastern Wyoming & southern Montana. Here with his son "Jack Red Cloud" who succeeded him as Chief. Photograph ca 1900

"Red Cloud" (1822 – December 10, 1909) war leader & chief of Oglala Lakota (Sioux). One of the most capable Native American opponents US Army faced, he led a successful campaign in 1866–1868 known as Red Cloud's War over control of Powder River Country in northeastern Wyoming & southern Montana. Here with his son "Jack Red Cloud" who succeeded him as Chief. Photograph ca 1900

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