Mary Evans American Indians. The peaceful extinction of the red indian, 10218669
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Picture No 10218669
Date 1905
Description American Indians. The peaceful extinction of the red indian,
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In all their war paint, Chiefs of the vanishing Sioux tribe. The Sioux were originally the principle tribe in Dakota. By 1851 they had lost nearly all of their land. Their last great rising was in 1876 when they challenged the Americans under their great chief Sitting Bull.
Source The Sphere. 1905. p ii, supplement.
Credit Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
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Mary Evans Picture No 10218669 - In all their war paint, Chiefs of the vanishing Sioux tribe. The Sioux were originally the principle tribe in Dakota. By 1851 they had lost nearly all of their land. Their last great rising was in 1876 when they challenged the Americans under their great chief Sitting Bull.

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