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- Cherokee chief in the 18th century, during the time of war between the Cherokee Nation and the American colonies.
Chief Black Kettle
- Short fact sheet on the Southern Cheyenne chief who, despite broken promises and attacks on his own life, was regarded as a great leader with a unique vision for coexistence between mainstream America and the plains Indians.
- Short fact sheet on the Hunkpapa chief who led the Lakota in a long war against the United States, and later encouraged his people to accept assimilation once confined on reservations.
- Revered today as one of the Ute's greatest leaders, Chief Ouray led the Southern Ute Tribe during the mid 1800s.
Dr. Susan LaFlesche Picotte
- Biographical sketch about the first Native American woman physician.
Dragging Canoe, Cherokee War Chief
- Chief who was fought settlers in the Tennessee area during the late 1700's, by D. Ray Smith.
First Americans in the Arts
- Annual awards ceremony gives scholarships to American Indian college students and honors past and present Native American Indian performers. Searchable event listings, merchandise, mediography, readers' poll and links.
Great Chiefs and Leaders
- Browseable database featuring profiles of prominent modern and historical figures. Some with black and white photos and images, and links.
- Mixed-blood Cherokee who was one of the richest men in the Western Hemisphere in the early 1800's.
- Simple information of the 19th century Omaha Indian chief from a textbook for children.
- Cherokee chief, led Lighthorse Patrol and signed the Treaty of New Echota.
Native American Authors
- Index by tribe. From the Internet Public Library.
Native Americans in Film: A Short FAQ
- Lists tribal affiliations of famous actors, and films with native language dialogue.
Private Pierre Cruzatte
- Biography of the French-Omaha voyager on the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Sequoyah (a.k.a George Gist)
- Crippled from birth, this scholar created the Cherokee syllabary known as the "Talking Leaves."
Standing Bear: Indian Civil Rights Hero
- Brief article about the Chief of the Ponca Indians when his people were displaced to the Indian Territory of Oklahoma.
Tahtonka People Index
- Links to biographical and historical sketches of prominant Native Americans.
William C. Thompson et al vs. Choctaw Nation 1895-1909
- Texas Choctaw leader Captain William Clyde Thompson and his fight with the Dawes Commission for Choctaw enrollment.
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