White Wolf: 12 Lakota Virtues, Essential to balance and happiness. (VIDEO)

White Wolf: 12 Lakota Virtues, Essential to balance and happiness. (VIDEO)

Kicking Bear Sioux Indian Teaches Son Bow & Arrow, Native American

Kicking Bear Sioux Indian Teaches Son Bow & Arrow, Native American

bufalo                                                                                                                                                      Más

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sioux quillwork | Native headdress with feathers as rewards for "heroic actions"

sioux quillwork | Native headdress with feathers as rewards for "heroic actions"

Lakota Sioux Hunting Dance

Lakota Sioux Hunting Dance

Native American art of James Bama - "Sioux Subchief"

Native American art of James Bama - "Sioux Subchief"

A Sioux Chief by Joseph T Keiley, circa 1898. Keiley’s association with Stieglitz began about 1898, the year he and Gertrude Käsebier photographed a group of Lakota Sioux—including this man, Has-No-Horses—who were in New York as part of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show.

A Sioux Chief by Joseph T Keiley, circa 1898. Keiley’s association with Stieglitz began about 1898, the year he and Gertrude Käsebier photographed a group of Lakota Sioux—including this man, Has-No-Horses—who were in New York as part of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show.

Little Lakota Girls.

Little Lakota Girls.

Native American Indian girl ~ Katie Roubideaux, Rosebud Sioux, 1897

Native American Indian girl ~ Katie Roubideaux, Rosebud Sioux, 1897

Chief Big Eagle. Mdwekanton Sioux

Chief Big Eagle. Mdwekanton Sioux

Takes Enemy, Sioux warrior. Photographed by Gertrude Kasebier, circa 1898.

Takes Enemy, Sioux warrior. Photographed by Gertrude Kasebier, circa 1898.

Sioux medicine man, 1880.

Sioux medicine man, 1880.

YELLOW EYES , 1906

YELLOW EYES , 1906

{{Artist:Miguels Paredes / Warrior.}} "My Grandfather survived on this earth without using anything that did not got back into the earth. The whole world could learn from that."--Floyd Westerman, SIOUX Our grandfathers knew how to live in harmony. They did not create poisons or technologies that destroyed things.

{{Artist:Miguels Paredes / Warrior.}} "My Grandfather survived on this earth without using anything that did not got back into the earth. The whole world could learn from that."--Floyd Westerman, SIOUX Our grandfathers knew how to live in harmony. They did not create poisons or technologies that destroyed things.

Her Know, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, 1899 http://www.flickr.com/photos/trialsanderrors/2878915572/

Her Know, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, 1899 http://www.flickr.com/photos/trialsanderrors/2878915572/

sitting-bull                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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