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Ojibwa family - 1880

Ojibwa family - 1880

algonquians indians tribes | Ojibwe Indians in a maple syrup camp

algonquians indians tribes | Ojibwe Indians in a maple syrup camp

AINU : Russia vintage photos - Flickr photos - photography and time Cape Cod pictures.

AINU : Russia vintage photos - Flickr photos - photography and time Cape Cod pictures.

Ojibwa man – 1905

Ojibwa man – 1905

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インディアンのステレオタイプも知られる羽根の帽子、ウォーボンネット。平原インディアンの文化でかつては戦いに赴く際に着用され、現代ではセレモニーの際に着用されている。羽根は強く偉大と考えられる鷲のものが上質とされる。

1893 Print CHIPPEWA Indian Building Birch Bark Canoe Wi Original | eBay

1893 Print CHIPPEWA Indian Building Birch Bark Canoe Wi Original | eBay

Portrait of Otoe man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

Portrait of Otoe man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

Indian Woman from Michigan

Indian Woman from Michigan

French antique 1800's cart

French antique 1800's cart

Opened in 1893, the Tomah Indian Industrial School was intended to teach Indian children how to shed their cultural background and to become more like white, middle-class Americans. Funded primarily by the federal government, Indian boarding schools were established throughout the United States in an attempt to acculturate Indians to "American" ways of thinking and living. Only by removing Indian children from their homes for extended periods of time, could white "civilization" take root and…

Opened in 1893, the Tomah Indian Industrial School was intended to teach Indian children how to shed their cultural background and to become more like white, middle-class Americans. Funded primarily by the federal government, Indian boarding schools were established throughout the United States in an attempt to acculturate Indians to "American" ways of thinking and living. Only by removing Indian children from their homes for extended periods of time, could white "civilization" take root and…

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