These Breathtaking Collection Of Unseen Pictures Brings 'Native American Tribes To Life'

Porrum and Pedro, Ute mem, 1899.

Porrum and Pedro, Ute mem, 1899.

Famously known as master hunters, the Utes were a large tribe which lived in mountain regions like Colorado, Wyoming, Eastern Nevada, and Northern New Mexico.

In this picture, Peter Tall Mandan and Iron White Man, Sioux 1900.

In this picture, Peter Tall Mandan and Iron White Man, Sioux 1900.

Sioux is arguably one of the most famous among the Native American Tribes.
The majorly lived around the Great Plains in Minnesota.
The tribes were divided across The Lakota, The Dakota, and The Nakota.
It is said that Sioux were very spiritual people and mostly believed in raising their families well.

In this picture, Sitting Eagle and Po-Pa Trecash. Both are from Crow Nation, 1990s.

In this picture, Sitting Eagle and Po-Pa Trecash. Both are from Crow Nation, 1990s.

Known as the horse riders, Crow Nation people lived near Montana.
People of this tribe were influential, skilled hunters and not to forget horse riders.
At the time of battle, they would showcase all their skills to scare and beat their enemy.
The tribe is also famous for their distinctive clothing.

Flathead tribe, 1905-1907.

Flathead tribe, 1905-1907.

This tribe was known as Plateau tribe as they originated from land in Montana.
Once they had got horses in their tribes, they started clashing with the tribes living on a plain.
The tribe believed that war is important and it brings honour.

Ke-Wa-Ko or Good Fox, Pawnee, 1902.

Ke-Wa-Ko or Good Fox, Pawnee, 1902.

People of this tribe have lived almost hundred of years in Oklahoma, and then they later moved to Nebraska.
Famously known for their courage and endurance in battle.
An epic way of recognizing Pawnee's among other tribes (not visible here) was their old way of preparing scalp.

Yellow Feather, Maricopa tribe.

Yellow Feather, Maricopa tribe.

Maricopa people lived near Colorado River in Arizona.
Like all the tribes these people weren't famous for their war skills, rather they were farmers.
They migrated to Gila River in the 16th century.

Wiwi-Yokpa or Mary Elamanico, Passamaquoddy 1913.

Wiwi-Yokpa or Mary Elamanico, Passamaquoddy 1913.

Passamaquoddy was the first Native American tribe to meet the European settlers in the 17th century.
The tribe used to trade fur with French and English settlers.

Thunder Cloud, Blackfeet tribe.

Thunder Cloud, Blackfeet tribe.

People of these tribes have lived in Alberta in Canada for almost 10,000 years.
The tribe was known for its art and craft.
They were known especially for embroidering.
The tribe was infamous for being reluctant to neighbouring tribes.

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