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Honoring African American Veterans
Buffalo, Photo, Black And White, Best, Soldier, Life, Faded, Ranger, Explore
Who Were the Buffalo Soldiers? - CIVIL WAR SAGA
a man in a suit and tie standing next to an image of a person with luggage
16 Things That Made Shaka Zulu A Military Genius
a woman dressed in native american clothing holding a spear
A present & Dedicated The WBC Warrior Queen
Chief Crazy Horse Native-American Yay I love being Native American :) Indiana, Navajo, Chief Joseph, Edward Curtis, The Chiefs, Joseph, North American Indians, North American, American Indians
Chief Crazy Horse Native-American Yay I love being Native American :)
a finger on top of a dollar bill with the image of a man's hand
This picture is why they stopped producing the $2 bill....do your research…
three women standing next to each other in front of a building with shuttered windows
Choctaw Indians of Amite, Louisiana
Choctaw Indians of Amite L. She looks so much like my great grandmother!
Dead Indians are frozen in the ice the morning after the Battle of Wounded Knee, 1890. The Wounded Knee massacre remains very much in the hearts and minds of Lakotas, with many annual remembrance ceremonies and pilgrimages to the site. The Wounded Knee massacre marked the symbolic end of large-scale Native American armed resistance in the United States. India, North America
Lakota (Native Americans of the Great Plains) Part 1
Dead Indians are frozen in the ice the morning after the Battle of Wounded Knee, 1890. The Wounded Knee massacre remains very much in the hearts and minds of Lakotas, with many annual remembrance ceremonies and pilgrimages to the site. The Wounded Knee massacre marked the symbolic end of large-scale Native American armed resistance in the United States.
an old black and white photo of two people
Shinnecock Indian Nation - Wikipedia
The Shinnecock tribe, black native Americans, hidden history in America.
two naked men standing next to each other in front of a white sign with words on it
a woman in a long dress and hat standing on top of a hill with the words never forgett
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Mary Turner 1918 Eight Months Pregnant Mobs lynched Mary Turner on May 17, 1918 in Lowndes County, Georgia because she vowed to have those responsible for killing her husband arrested. Her husband was arrested in connection with shooting and killing Hampton Smith, a white farmer for whom the couple had worked, and for wounding his wife. Sidney Johnson. a Black man, apparently killed Smith because he was tired of the farmer’s abuse. Unable to find Johnson. the killers lynched eight others.
a woman in an orange dress with large earrings on her head, smiling at the camera
south africa - zulu reed dance ceremony
Zulu woman, Swaziland
an old native american man with a hand on his chest and the words'the beauty of the trees, the feathers of the grasses of the grass speaks to me
Chief Dan George. Such BEAUTIFUL WORDS !!!! Native American