Native American

Chief Standing Buffalo by Julius Meyer

Chief Standing Buffalo by Julius Meyer

Standing Buffalo Reclining on the ground with his shotgun, Winnebago Chief Standing Buffalo wears an impressive grizzly bear claw necklace in this circa 1871 photograph likely taken on the Omaha Reservation in Nebraska, where his people were moved in 1863-64.
Julius Meyer and Chiefs

Julius Meyer and Chiefs

Stereoview of Julius Meyer, Pawnee Killer, Brule Sioux Chief Spotted Tail and Crow Chief Iron Bull (left to right) by Julius Meyer, Omaha, NE.
Chief Standing Buffalo by Julius Meyer

Chief Standing Buffalo by Julius Meyer

Standing Buffalo Reclining on the ground with his shotgun, Winnebago Chief Standing Buffalo wears an impressive grizzly bear claw necklace in this circa 1871 photograph likely taken on the Omaha Reservation in Nebraska, where his people were moved in 1863-64.
Sioux Encampment

Sioux Encampment

Sioux or Omaha Indian prairie gathering by Oscar A. Stearns of Columbus, Nebraska.
White Swan by Jackson

White Swan by Jackson

Photograph, studio portrait of White Swan, "Thohaska", Yankton Sioux Chief, Yankton Omaha, sitting on a chair, half-length, frontal, he is wearing a single feather in his hair, hair and neck-ornament, skin shirt with fringes and is holding a tomahawk.