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Although totem poles have become a symbol of all Northwest Coast Native people and their use has spread to neighboring tribes through the years, tall multiple-figure poles were first made only by the northern Northwest Coast Haida, Tlingit, and Tsimshian peoples in Southeast Alaska and British Columbia.

Although totem poles have become a symbol of all Northwest Coast Native people…

thebigkelu: “Pierre Paul, a Native American boy on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana, poses while holding an 1894 Winchester rifle in front of a teepee on the reservation - Boos -...

thebigkelu: “Pierre Paul, a Native American boy on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana, poses while holding an 1894 Winchester rifle in front of a teepee on the reservation - Boos -.

Traveller's Tree - Ravenala madagascariensis - This species of plant from Madagascar, of the family Strelitziaceae, is not a true palm. It is closely related to the southern African genus Strelitzia and the South American genus Phenakospermum. Its fans tend to grow in a north-south line, creating a crude compass

Ravenala madagascariensis, commonly known as Traveller's Tree or Traveller's Palm, is a species of plant from Madagascar. It is not a true palm (family Arecaceae) but a member of the bird-of-paradise family, Strelitziaceae.

Lozen Native American Photo

Lozen Native American Photo

Tlingit boy...so cute.

Young Indian boy, possibly Tlingit, Alaska, ca. :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Standing studio portrait of unidentified Native American (Ute) man and wife. - 1880/1900

thebigkelu: “Standing studio portrait of unidentified Native American (Ute) man and wife.

Jim Beckwourth was an African American who played a major role in the early exploration and settlement of the American West. Although there were people of many races and nationalities on the frontier, Beckwourth was the only African American who recorded his life story, and his adventures took him from the everglades of Florida to the Pacific Ocean and from southern Canada to northern Mexico.

Jim Beckwourth, exploration and settlement of American West. only African American who recorded his life story and adventures from everglades to Pacific Ocean and Canada to Mexico.

thebigkelu: “Two Children of Ongotoya (Solitary Traveler) Bow, Jr, Kiowa, in Native Dress near Brick Building - Mooney - 1892 ”

thebigkelu: “Two Children of Ongotoya (Solitary Traveler) Bow, Jr, Kiowa, in Native Dress near Brick Building - Mooney - 1892 ”

shewhoworshipscarlin: ““Ute Boy,” 1894, Colorado. ”

shewhoworshipscarlin: ““Ute Boy,” 1894, Colorado. ”

Record The Moose Hunter, Copyright 16 NOV 1927 | Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution

Record The Moose Hunter, Copyright 16 NOV 1927 | Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution

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