different houses I would like to live in...

These are Native American homes. The dwellings represent the different types of indians and the different homes that they used for their personal living.

☆ Pow-wow Dancer :¦: By Artist James Bama ☆:

James Bama - Pow-Wow Dancer - Search Gallery One for Native Americans limited edition prints, giclee canvases and original paintings by internationally-known artists

Native American actress and model Brandon Merrill

Beautiful Native American Women

how beautiful. My great grandmother looked almost just like this woman. But with hazel green eyes, my father was the last generation to show our Native American features. He gets very dark complected just looking at the sun and has the h


Native American in full tribal regalia. this is the Spirit come to life. If you've never been to a Native American Pow Wow, put it on your bucket list.

Imagine what the world would look like if we all lived to help our fellow human-beings have a better life, instead of living so we have more money and more possessions than those around us!

For those who feel they have Native American heritage, or come from a long line of tribal families, DNA testing can help to determine their genetic background in relation to the Native American.

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The acquisition of horses by the plains Indians in the early century transformed the lives of most tribes between the Rockies and the Mississippi. Jay Tavare, actor, sits astride this beauty.

He Dog Native American Indian LAKOTA Sioux 1930 Hand Color Tinted Photo. So intrigued by Native American culture.

Native Dancer

A Warrior’s Soul by Dave Brosha “Mi’kmaq warrior and dancer, Danny Boy Stephens, takes a moment to reflect on the shores of the Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada.

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+  Native American ~ Crazy Bull ~ Arapaho

Antique Photograph of Native American Indian named "Crazy Bull" (Arapaho Tribe).


Sunrising between two tee pees at Taos Drum, Taos, New Mexico. Finally tee pees with some art on them- the way they really are!

Winter Camp: Crow, Montana, 1908

Crow Winter Camp/ 1908 by Edward S. The picture presents Two Crow (Apsaroke) people on horseback outside a tipi. They are in a thicket of trees, with snow covering the entire area. It looks cold as the Indians are bundled up.