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Ho-Chunk sisters Maude Lookingglass Browneagle (ENooKah) on the right and her sister Liola Browneagle (WeHunKah). Maude reportedly died in 1970 and her sister sometime afterward. Photo: ca. 1903.

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In 1926 Violette Neatley Anderson became the first African American female attorney admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Anderson was born on July 16, 1882 in London, England to Richard and Marie Neatley. The family immigrated to the United States and settled in Chicago, Illinois when Anderson was a young child.

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Born a slave in Jackson county Missouri, Cathay Williams was the only known female Buffalo soldier during the Civil War. She masqueraded as a man and enlists din the 38th Infantry, Company A, as William Cathay.

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Cree girl - 1878, but no name or location, and she looks so lonely!

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American Holocaust - One Hundred Million Native Americans Killed.

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Homecoming: African American Family History in Georgia - Hammonds House Museum 2013

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An Indian and an owl. Ontario, 1910.

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First wife of Frederick Douglass.Douglass met and fell in love with Anna Murray, a free black woman in Baltimore about five years older than he was. Her free status strengthened his belief in the possibility of gaining his own freedom. She died in 1839.

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Native American cabinet card by Irwin of Kiowa Annie also known as Annie Berry. Annie was married to Tennyson Berry a Kiowa Apache Chief. Annie wearing a Buckskin Dress with Long Fringe and trimmed with Elk Teeth. Photographed by Irwin of Chickasha, Indian Territory, date? (Original)

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c 1900 Cabinet Card Photo Black African American Elegant Woman w Huge Dog Ribbon

C 1900 Cabinet Card Photo Black African American Elegant Woman w Huge Dog Ribbon | eBay

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Ponca girls near white eagle, ok

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Her Royal Highness the Nnabagereka (Queen) Sylvia Nagginda Luswata is the wife of the King of Buganda, King Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II. She is a traditional and cultural leader of the people of Buganda, the largest Kingdom in Uganda occupying almost a quarter of the country with a population exceeding 7 million people, which is equivalent to 25% of the total population.

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White Wolf: Diana Volk - Incredible Western Photographer

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A Native American Sioux Chief. Nancy Greifenhagen Photography

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David King, Grand Rapids first black firefighter, and Montford Point Marine upon his retiring in this Grand Rapids Press file photo on July 17, 1984. The Montford Point Marines -- the first African American Marines in the U.S. -- were awarded the Medal of Honor by Congress June 27, 2012.

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Got Melanin? What is melanin? | Black Supremacy Love N Unity

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Two Comanche Indian Girls on a Horse. No names, date, or location.

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