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Wa-Nik-Noote (ca 1899) - Native American
Zonie (1926) - Native American
White Belly (1898) - Native American
Lakota Sioux warrior in ceremonial face paint. Drawing after vintage photograph taken in 1989 by Herman Heyn.
Quanah Parker (1845 - 1911) - Native American
Comanche Chief Quanah Parker was the son of Chief Peta Nocona and captured white settler Cynthia Ann Parker who had assimilated into the tribe. He was a fierce warrior and leader of the Comanche during their last days as an independent power before surrendering at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Blue Horse (1822 - 1908) - Native American
Chief of the Wagluhe band of Oglala Lakota. He was known as one of the first US Army Indian Scouts and signatory of the Treaty of Fort Laramie which guaranteed the Lakota ownership of the Black Hills and hunting rights in South Dakota, Wyoming and Montana.
Tewa Hopi Girl with Squashblossom Hair (1922) - Native American
Indian maiden with butterfly whorl hairstyle traditionally worn by the Tewa Hopi of New Mexico. Drawing based on Edward Curtis photograph taken in 1922.
Pretty Nose - Native American (c 1851)
Pretty Nose was an Arapaho or Cheyenne woman who participated in the Battle of Little Big Horn. She lived to be at least 101 years old.
Rushing Eagle (ca 1850) - Native American
Chief James Garfield Velarde (ca 1889) - Native American
This leader of the Jicarilla Apache who is shown wearing the peace medal that he had received from President Garfield. He later adopted the name Chief James Garfield Velarde.
Color Portrait of Geronimo (1829 - 1909) - Native American
Prominent leader and medicine man of the Chiricahua Apache people. Geronimo became famous for his bravery in the fight against both Mexican and American troops. His band was one of the last major forces of Native American warriors who refused to capitulate to United States occupation of the American West.
Portrait of Chief Joseph (1840 - 1904) - Native American
Leader of the Walowa band of Nez Perce tribe in the Pacific Northwest. Known as a skilled military leader as well as a humanitarian and peacemaker. Under his leadership the Nez Perce earned widespread admiration from their opponents and the American public.
Red Armed Panther (1879) - Native American
Also known as Red Sleeve was a Northern Cheyenne Scout at Fort Keogh during the late 1870s.
Chief Iron White Man (ca 1900) - Native American
Oglala Sioux. Was known to have fought at the Battle of Little Big Horn under Crazy Horse.
Chief Peepech (ca 1912) - Native American
Cree; Little Bone Indian Reserve
Color Portrait of Cochise (1805 - 1874) - Native American
A key war leader during the Apache Wars, known for his fierce resistance to both Mexican and American encroachment into native land.
Sitting Bull (1831 - 1890) - Native American
Hunkpapa Lakota who inspired his people to a major victory over General George Custer at the Battle of Little Bighorn.
The Eagle (c 1910) Blackfoot - Native American
Blackfoot man in ceremonial regalia posing in Glacier National Park. Painting after photo taken by Roland Reed between 1910 and 1915.
Geronimo with War Bonnet (1829 - 1909) - Native AmericanProminent leader and medicine man of the Chiricahua Apache people. Geronimo became famous for his bravery in the fight against both Mexican and American troops. His band was one of the last major forces of Native American warriors who refused to capitulate to United States occupation of the American West.
Color Profile Portrait of Geronimo (1829 - 1909) - Native AmericanProminent leader and medicine man of the Chiricahua Apache people. Geronimo became famous for his bravery in the fight against both Mexican and American troops. His band was one of the last major forces of Native American warriors who refused to capitulate to United States occupation of the American West.
Cochise (1805 - 1874) - Native American
Cahuilla Woman (1926) - Native American
The Cahuilla tribes lived in the inland areas of Southern California. This drawing is based on a vintage photograph taken by Edward Curtis.
Chief Eagle (Atoem Elem Wh Skil Em Me) - Native AmericanPortrait after photography by Edward Boos (1906). Flathead Indian, western Montana.
Chief Wolf Robe - (1838 - 1910) - Native American
Southern Cheyenne chief sometimes believed to be the profile that was used on the Indian-head nickel. Portrait after 1904 photograph by the Gerhard Sisters taken in 1904
Geronimo (1829 - 1909) - Native AmericanProminent leader and medicine man of the Chiricahua Apache people. Geronimo became famous for his bravery in the fight against both Mexican and American troops. His band was one of the last major forces of Native American warriors who refused to capitulate to United States occupation of the American West
David Sisquieros (1896 - 1974) - Mexican Painter
Social realist painter best known for his large murals. Many of his murals feature “hands” signifying “strength through work.
Carmen Amaya (1913 - 1963) - Spanish
Carmen Amaya gained international acclaim and success due to her mastery of footwork that had previously been has been reserved for the best male danders. She has been called the “greatest flamenco dancer ever”.
Rufino Tamayo (1899 - 1991) - Mexican Artist
Abstract and surrealist painter who combined European painting styles with Mexican folk themes.Write some details about this image.
Jose Clemente Orozco (1883 - 1949) - Mexican Artist
Mexican muralist known for being dedicated to the political causes of peasants and workers. Fond of the theme of human suffering, he raised Mexican art to a position of international eminence.
Louis Armstrong (1901 - 1971) - American Musician
Trumpeter, bandleader and singer, he is considered to be one of the most influential figures in jazz.
Samuel “Lightnin” Hopkins (1912 - 1982) - American Musician
American singer, songwriter and blues guitarist. He was ranked #71 on the Rolling Stone list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time.
Man Ray (1890 - 1976) - American Artist
A contributor to the Dada and Surrealist movements, Man Ray was best known for his photography.Gouache, oil pastel and colored pencil on paper.
Frida Khalo (1907 - 1954) - Mexican Painter
Magical realist Mexican painter know for her many self-portraits. She began to paint while recovering from a near fatal bus accident at the age of 18. Her work exalted Mexico’s indigenous culture and also portrayed her own struggle with physical and emotional pain.
Ricardo Flores Magón (1874 – 1922) - Mexican ActivistMexican anarchist and social reform activist. A Mestizo descendent of the Zapotec Indians, Magón was one of the major thinkers of the Mexican revolutionary movement. Flores Magón organised with the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and edited the Mexican anarchist newspaper Regeneracion
General Francisco “Poncho” Villa (1878 - 1923) - Mexican SoldierMexican revolutionary leader who helped lead the campaign that led to the creation of a new government in Mexico. He is a folk hero and champion of the lower classes.
Benjamín Argumedo Hernández (1874-1916) - Mexican Soldier Benjamin Argumedo was a Brigadier General in the Mexican Revolution. Shifting his loyalties several times, he is considered the most tenacious adversary of Francisco “Pancho” Villa in the bloody battles that were carried out for the lands of Durango and Coahuila.
Emiliano Zapata Salazar (1879 - 1919) - Mexican Soldier
Mexican military leader.
General William Tecumseh Sherman (1820 - 1891) - American Solider
General in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He is known as the first modern general. A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, he is known for his command of military strategy. He has been criticized for the scorched earth policy that he used against the Confederate States.
General John Stark (1728 - 1822) - American Soldier
Major General in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. He was known as the hero of the Battle of Bennington and also as the author of the motto of the State of New Hampshire “Live free or die: death is not the worst of evils.”
La Adelita - (1905 - 1914) Mexican Revolutionary SoldierAdelitas were female “soldaderas” who bravely fought and traveled side by side with soldiers during the Mexican Revolution. Often of mestiza or indigenous origin, these women were of all ages and were from all over the country. The song “La Adelita” is one of the most famous corridos of the Mexican Revolution. This drawing is based on a photograph by Romulaldo Garcia ca. 1910 , Guanajuato, Mexico
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