Pictures of indians - Drawings and paintings of indians

The pictures of indians below come from different sources. The first is by James Henderson. It is entitled Portrait of a Sioux Indian, and it depicts Chief Standing Buffalo. It was painted in 1930.

The second picture is a photo of Geronimo, the famous Chief of the Apache Indians.

The third picture is Delaware Indian with his Tomahawk. It appeared in Pierre Charlevoix's book, Voyage to North America, in 1766.

The fourth picture is Primitive Hunter, Cherokee Indian with bow and arrow on Cherokee Indian Reservation. It is a vintage postcard.

The fifth picture is a photograph from the book called California Indians, showing three elderly Indians sitting together.

The fifth picture is also a photograph from the book called California Indians, showing two Hopi Indians in traditional attire.

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Picture 1: Portrait of a Sioux Indian (Henderson)

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Picture 2: Geronimo, Chief of the Apache Indians (photo)

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Picture 3: Delaware Indian with his Tomahawk

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Picture 4: Cherokee Indian with bow and arrow

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Picture 5: Indian elders from California

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Picture 6: Hopi Indians

Pictures of indians - Drawings and paintings of indians
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