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Mew-hu-she-kaw, known both as White Cloud and No Heart-of-Fear, was one of several tribal chiefs of the Iowa people in the mid-nineteenth century.

Native American History Month for Teachers provides lesson ideas, primary documents, and other resources for teaching about Native...

Tulalip family in ceremonial dress pose in Volunteer Park, Seattle, Washington, 1938

American Indians of the Pacific Northwest features more than 2,300 photographs and 7,700 pages of text relating to the American...

Winter counts are histories or calendars in which events are recorded by pictures, with one picture for each year.

Lakota Winter Counts offers the world's largest database of Lakota "winter counts" -- pictures drawn on cloth...

Image of Edward Curtis

American Masters: Edward Curtis offers an essay, timeline, and other information about this photographer who took more...


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