Links to North American Indian Biography Sites by Phil Konstantin - Page 11





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  • George Abrams
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Hank Adams
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • JERONIMO DE AGUILAR
    "THE MAROONED PRIEST WHO SPEEDED THE CONQUEST (1489? - 1531?)"
  • Sherman Alexie
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Paula Allen
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • American Horse
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • American Horse
    picture and detailed article
  • Owanah Anderson
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Louis Annance
    1794 - 1875 Famous Abenaki Trapper and Guide
  • Anne, Queen of Pamunkey (Native American tribal leader, -1725)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • ANTONE (ca. 1780-ca. 1870)
    first chief of the Alabama Indians in Texas
  • Apache Men
    bios on John Cody (Goodah), Nochedelklinne, Naiche, and Geronimo (Goyathlay)
  • Apache Warriors
    Info on Cochise, Victorio, Geronimo, Juh, Nana, Naiche, Chalipun, Eskiminzin
  • William Apess
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Anna Mae Aquash Archive
    from the First Nations page
  • Anna Aquash
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Miguel de Aranda
    a Spanish priest who ministered to the Apaches, info from the Handbook of Texas Online (HTO) site
  • Jo Allyn Archambault
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Jeannette Armstrong
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Aspinet
    "Aspinet was the chief sachem of the Nauset Indians"
  • Bad Heart Bull, Amos (American artist, 1869-1913)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Louis Ballard
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Dennis Banks
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Barboncito
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • BATTISE, ROBERT FULTON (1909-1994)
    principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians from 1970 to 1994
  • Thomas Banyacya
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Harrison Begay
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Begaye, Kelsey (Native American tribal leader, c. 1950-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Notah Begay
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Fred Begay
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Shonto Begay
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Kelsey Begaye
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Clyde Bellecourt
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Lewis Bennett (Deerfoot)
    photo & bio
  • Ramona Bennett
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • William Bent
    from PBS
  • Peggy Berryhill
    "a major producer of public radio documentaries about contemporary Native Americans"
  • Big Bear
    Lakota
  • BIG BOW (1833-?)
    Zepko-ette or Za-ko-yea, Kiowa chief
  • Big Bow
    bio and photo
  • Big Foot
    his picture and story from PBS
  • Bigfoot
    Lakota
  • Big Foot (Native American leader, 1825?-1890)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • BIG JIM (?-1900)
    a Shawnee chief, grandson of Tecumseh
  • BIG MUSH (?-1839)
    (Hard Mush or Gatunwali) a principal diplomat or "war chief" of the Cherokee Indians in Texas
  • BIG TREE (ca. 1850-1929)
    Big Tree (Ado-Eete), Kiowa warrior, chief, and cousin of Satanta
  • Big Tree
    bio and photo
  • Billy Bowlegs (Holata Micco)
    details and photo cover Black Elk Speaks: Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux
    cover The Black Elk Reader

  • Black Elk's Vision
    about him, too
  • Black Elk
    picture and bio
  • Black Elk
    short article and quote
  • Black Elk (American shaman, 1863?-1950)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Charlotte Black Elk
    "a spiritual and cultural leader of the Lakota Sioux tribe" cover Black Hawk: An Autobiography

  • Black Hawk (Makataimeshekiakiak)
    info & picture
  • Chief Black Hawk and Descendants - info
    his and his family
  • Who is Black Hawk
    his and his family
  • MA-CA-TAI-ME-SHE-KIA-KIAK
    picture, info & links
  • Modern History Sourcebook: Chief Black Hawk Autobiography
    info by Donald Jackson
  • Black Hawk, the Ute
    detailed account of him and a war in Utah
  • Black Hawk
    bio and picture
  • Black Hawk
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Black Hawk
    from History.com (The History Channel)

    coverCuster, Black Kettle, and the Fight on the Washita

  • Black Kettle
    his story and a picture
  • Black Kettle
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • SANDRA BLACK
    "PERSONAL HISTORY OF A BEADWORK DESIGNER"

  • Ethel Blondin-Andrew
    from the Biography Resource Center coverThe Legend of Blue Jacket

  • Waweyapiersenwaw (Blue Jacket)– the last principal War Chief of the Shawnee Tribe
    info
  • Blue Jacket wasn't white man, DNA suggests
    By Sara J. Bennett, The Cincinnati Enquirer
  • Blue Jacket
    from the Ohio Kids site
  • Blue Jacket (Shawnee)
    from Shelby county historical society
  • Blue Jacket
    site includes lots of Shawnee info
  • DNA EVIDENCE SUGGESTS BLUE JACKET WAS NOT A WHITE MAN
    links to other biographies, as well
  • Blue Jacket
    brief facts from OhioBio
  • Blue Jacket: Warrior of the Shawnees. By John Sugden
    a review of the book, with lots of details
  • Wehyehpiherhs/Wehyehpiherhsehnwah (Blue Jacket)
    short page
  • Indian Blood II
    about the controversy as to whether Blue Jacket was white or an Indian
  • Blue Jacket: War Chief of the Shawnees 1968
    info from the book...
  • Gertrude Bonnin
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Lionel Bordeaux
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Mary Bosomworth
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chief Abel Bosum
    a speech he made
  • Elias Boudinot
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Billy Bowlegs
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • CHIEF BOWL (ca. 1756-1839)
    also known as Duwali, Diwal'li, Chief Bowles, Colonel Bowles, Bold Hunter, and the Bowl, the principal chief of the Cherokees in Texas
  • Chief Bowles
    "Funeral - 156 Years after Death by Pat L. Talley"
  • William Augustus Bowles
    a brief bio
  • Jeanine Boy
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Beth Brant
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea)
    picture and detailed article
  • Brant, Joseph (American tribal chief, 1742-1807)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Joseph Brant
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Brant, Molly (Native American leader, 1736-1796)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Louis Bruce
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Joseph Bruchac
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Bad Heart Bull, Amos (American artist, 1869-1913)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Diane Burns
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Barney Bush
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Domingo Cabello y Robles
    governor of Texas from 1778 to 1786, from the HTO site
  • U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell
    a picture and bio
  • Ben Campbell
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Captain Jack
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • George Capture
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Gladys Cardiff
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Harold Cardinal
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Tantoo Cardinal
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Edward Castillo
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Alonso de Castillo Maldonado
    from the LTE site
  • Cuelgas de Castro
    a Lipan Apache chief in Texas
  • Cervantes, Lorna Dee (American poet, 1954-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Duane Champagne
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Alfred Chato
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Dean Chavers
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Maria Chona
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chinnabbee
    "He was a Natchez leader who brought his people to Talladega in 1756"

    coverThe Sand Creek Massacre

  • John Chivington
    "The hero of Glorietta Pass and the butcher of Sand Creek"
  • Choncape
    a picture
  • Chou-man-i-case
    a picture

  • coverThe Killing of Ned Christie

  • Ned Christie
    bio and pictures of this "wanted" man
  • Ned Christie
    more on this "outlaw"
  • Fort Smith History and Culture
    from the Fort Smith site
  • Chrystos
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • COLABE CILLISTINE (ca. 1780-ca. 1865)
    subchief or second chief of the Alabama Indian tribe
  • C. Blue Clark
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Henry Roe Cloud
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Henry Roe Cloud (Wonah'ilayhunka)
    very short article form A & E
  • COACOOCHEE (ca. 1810-1857)
    (Wild Cat), Seminole war chief
  • Coacoochee (Wildcat)
    from Texas Online

    coverCochise: The Life and Times of the Great Apache Chief
    coverMaking Peace With Cochise: The 1872 Journal of Captain Joseph Alton Sladen
    coverCochise: Chiricahua Apache Chief (The Civilization of the American Indian, Vol. 204)

  • Cochise
    short article and picture of his son
  • Cochise
    Chiricahua - Apache Chief
  • At Times Cruel, Chiricahua Chief Cochise Had Courage and was Devoted to the Truth
    from The History Net
  • COCHISE & GERONIMO: The Chiricahua Apaches
    from the DesertUSA site
  • Cochise.....meaning.....Hardwood
    quotes and brief bio
  • Cochise
    Apache Warriors
  • Cochise
    Chiricahua Apache Indians
  • Cochise
    about him and where he lived
  • Cochise
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Cochise
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Iron Eyes Cody
    a long, detailed list of his movies and television rolls
  • Iron Eyes Cody's Movies
    list of his movies
  • Iron Eyes Cody's Movies
    list of his movies
  • Iron Eyes Cody
    brief bio and photo from Keep American Beautiful
  • Click Here to see Iron Eyes Cody's famous PSA
    the original "Keep American Beautiful" commercial
  • Iron Eyes Cody
    brief bio as a "character actor"
  • LAST OF THE GREAT SCOUTS: THE LIFE STORY OF COL. WILLIAM F. CODY "BUFFALO BILL"
    a copy of a book written by his sister
  • Buffalo Bill
    from PBS
  • COLITA (?-1852)
    Kalita, Coleto, or Colluta, Coushatta Indian leader
  • Cabellos Colorados (Red Hair)
    a Lipan Apache chief, info from HTO
  • Christopher Columbus
    article from Vista Magazine
  • Conanacus
    "Conanacus was the chief sachem of the Narragansetts"
  • Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • George Copway
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Corbitant
    "Corbitant was a petty-sachem under chief Massasoit of the Wampanoags"
  • Corn Planter
    a picture
  • Cornplanter, Seneca Chief (American warrior, 1732-1836)
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverCoronado: Francisco Vazquez De Coronado...

  • Cornplanter, Jesse (American artist, 1889-1957)
    from the Biography Resource Center

  • Francisco Vásquez de Coronado
    on him and his expedition
  • Francisco Vásquez de Coronado
    general overview - Wikipedia
  • Coronado
    from LTE

    coverConquest: Montezuma, Cortes, and the Fall of Old Mexico
    coverThe Discovery and Conquest of Mexico 1517-1521
    coverCortes and Montezuma
    coverFive Letters/1519-1526 by Hernando Cortes

  • Hernán Cortés
    Five Letters of Cortés to the Emperor
  • AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND HERNAN CORTES
    ironic situation
  • Cortez
    detailed site from the "Letters on the Texas Explorers" (LTE) site
  • Cotifachiqui
    the Queen of the Pearls

  • De Soto and the Queen of Cofitachiqui
    part of a scholarly paper
  • Barney Coyote
    from the Biography Resource Center coverCrazy Horse and Custer: The Parallel Lives of Two American Warriors by Stephen E. Ambrose
    coverThe Life and Death of Crazy Horse
    coverThe Death of Crazy Horse: A Tragic Episode in Lakota History
    coverCrazy Horse: A Photographic Biography
    coverCrazy Horse: The Strange Man of the Oglalas (50th Anniversary Edition)
    coverCrazy Horse [ABRIDGED] by Larry McMurtry, Scott Brick (Narrator)

  • Crazy Horse (Tashunca-uitco)
    from PBS' The West site
  • Crazy Horse (Tashunkewitko)
    detailed article
  • Crazy Horse (Tashunka Witko)
    from A & E
  • The Crazy Horse Page
    several links
  • Crazy Horse
    links to other sites
  • Crazy Horse
    bio and links
  • Crazy Horse (American tribal leader, 1842?-1877)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Crazy Horse
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Crazy Snake (b. Chitto Harjo)
    from A & E
  • George Crook
    "Considered the army's greatest Indian fighter, General George Crook earned that reputation by developing a respect for his enemy that carried over into his relationships with Native Americans off the battlefield as well"
  • Crow Dog (Kargi Sunka)
    short article by A & E
  • Crow Dog (Native American leader, 1834?-1911?)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Crowfoot
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Cuauhtemoc
    "last emperor of the Aztecs"
  • CUAUHTEMOC (1496 - 1525)
    short page in Spanish
  • Curly
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Curtis, Charles (American vice president, 1860-1936)
    from the Biography Resource Center coverSacred Legacy: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian
    coverNative Nations: First Americans As Seen by Edward Curtis

  • ES Curtis Collection Biographies #3
    bios on Blue Eagle, Bue Horse, Calico, Charge Crow, Eagle Elk, Elk Bow, Fast Elk, Fast Thunder, Flying Shield, Good Lance, Good Voice Hawk, Gray Bear, His Fights, Hollow Horn Bear, Little Dog, Long Fox, Mosquito Hawk, Red Cloud, Red Hawk, Ring Thunder, Shield, Slow Bull, Spotted Elk, Stands First, Struck By Crow, Two Strike, Yellow Hawk and Yellow Horse
  • ES Curtis Collection Biographies #4
    bios on Big Ox, Bread, Bull Chief, Bull Goes Hunting, Bull Tongue, Coups Well Known, Does Everything, Fish Shows, Flathead Woman, Fog In The Morning, Goes Ahead, Hairy Moccasins, Hoop On The Forehead, Hunts The Enemy, Hunts To Die, Lone Tree, Medicine Crow, Old Dog, On Top, Plenty Coups, Red Wing, Shot In The Hand, Standing Elk, Skins Wolf, Spotted Jack Rabbit, Two Leggings, Two Whistles, Wet, White Man Runs Him, Wolf, Wolf Lies Down, Young Hairy Wolf, Good Bear, Lean Wolf, Long Time Dog, Sitting Owl, and White Duck
  • ES Curtis Collection Biographies #5
    bios on Bear's Belly, Bull Neck, Crow Ghost, Four Horns, Red Star, Sitting Bear, Assiniboin Boy, Curly Head, Cuts Tether, Eagle Child, Head Dress, Horse Capture, Lone Flag, No Bear, Otter Robe, Red Whip, Running Fisher, Three White Crows, and White And Yellow Cow

    coverArchaeology, History, and Custer's Last Battle: The Little Big Horn Reexamined
    coverMy Life on the Plains: Or Personal Experiences With the Indians by George Armstrong Custer
    coverCuster: The Controversial Life of George Armstrong Custer
    coverTo Hell With Honor: Custer and the Little Bighorn
    coverLakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer's Defeat

  • General George A. Custer Home Page
    lots of info
  • My Life on the Plains, by Gen.G.A.Custer
    a copy of his book
  • George Custer
    from PBS
  • Dat-so-la-lee (American artist, 1835-1925)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • de Leon
    from old records
  • de Soto
    on this explorer

    coverThe Account: Alvar Nunez Cabeza De Vaca's Relacion

  • Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca
    some details from Wikipedia
  • Cabeza de Vaca
    more on him
  • Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca
    "Pioneer Historian, Ethnologist, Physician
  • Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca: Part II
    "Pioneer Historian, Ethnologist, Physician
  • Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca
    from PBS
  • Deer, Ada Elizabeth (American social worker, 1935-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Deganawidah (American statesman, 1550?-1600?)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Delaware Prophet
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Ella Cara Deloria
    Wikipedia article
  • Deloria, Vine, Jr. (American scholar, 1933-2005)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • William Demmert
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Lena Dick
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Olive Dickason
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Angel Dietz
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Dodge, Henry Chee (Native American leader, 1860-1947)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Mary Dog
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Dohäsan (?-1866)
    or Dohate, was a prominent Kiowa chief
  • Dorantes
    about this Spaniard
  • Michael Dorris
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Edward Dozier
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Dragging Canoe - Little Cedar Mountain - TVA
    an excellent timeline for the area & Chickamauga Chief Dragging Canoe
  • Dragging Canoe (Tsiyu-gunsi-ni)
    Cherokee/Chickamauga Chief
  • Frank Dukepoo
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverThe Dull Knifes of Pine Ridge: A Lakota Odyssey

  • Dull Knife
    story about him
  • Dull Knife
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Gabriel Dumont
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Eagle og Delight
    her picture
  • Charles Eastman
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Walter Echo-Hawk
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • John Echohawk
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Erdrich, Louise (American novelist, 1954-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Nicholas Elk
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Erasmus, George Henry (Canadian tribal leader, 1948-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Escandon
    from old papers
  • Espejo
    from old documents
  • Esteban
    from old letters
  • Estevanico the Moor
    "one of the first black men in the Southwest"
  • Evea
    a Comanche Indian chief
  • Famous Native American Freemasons
    long list of pictures & biographys
  • Gary Farmer
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Richard Fields (ca. 1780-1827)
    Cherokee, was diplomatic chief of his tribe in Texas
  • Finhioven
    a chief or "gran casique" of the Caddo Indians in the late 1700s
  • First American Forefathers
    info on: Chief Joseph, Seattle, Cochise, Cornplanter, Crazy Horse, Gall, Geronimo, Joseph Brant, Kicking Bear, Quanah Parker, Red Cloud, Red Jacket, Sitting Bull and Tecumseh
  • Donald Fixico
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Philip Fontaine
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Fool Crow
    a picture
  • Fools Crow
    Ceremonial Chief - Teton Sioux
  • Jack Forbes
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Billy Frank
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Gall
    The West from PBS
  • Gall
    long article on this Hunkpapa
  • Gall
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Hanay Geiogamah
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chief Dan George
    picture, quotes and bio http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/BioRC?vrsn=149&OP=full&locID=iastu_main&srchtp=Category&ca=1&AI=U13034931&c=1&AN=1699999003&NA=George%2C+Dan+%28Canadian+actor%2C+1899-1981%29&category_name=Native+Americans&ste=4&tbst=prp" target="_blank">George, Dan (Canadian actor, 1899-1981)
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverGeronimo: His Own Story by Geronimo
    coverThe Truth About Geronimo
    coverThe Fox and the Whirlwind: General George Crook and Geronimo

  • Geronimo (Goyathlay)
    picture and info
  • Geronimo - Goyathlay ("one who yawns")
    pictures, quotes, bio
  • Geronimo: His own story
    very well done history
  • Geronimo: Chiricahua Apache. (1829-1909)
    info and quotes
  • Geronimo
    bio and pictures
  • Geronimo (Native American chief, 1829?-1909)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Geronimo
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Tim Giago
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • "A Monster So Brutal: Simon Girty"
    "the Degenerative Myth of the American Frontier, 1783-1900"
  • James Gladstone
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Diane Glancy
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Gotebo
    bio and photo
  • Dwight Gourneau
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Great Chiefs & Leaders
    an excellent series of articles by Glenn Welker: "American Horse,Black Elk,Big Bear,Bigfoot,Abel Bosum,Joseph Brant,Cochise,Crazy Horse/Tashunkewitko,Dan George,Dull Knife,Fool Crow,Gall,Geronimo/Goyathlay,He-Dog,Little Wolf,Hole-in-the-Day,John Ross,Joseph,Keokuk,Little Crow,Little Wolf,Low-Dog,Joseph,Russell Means,Ohiyesa/Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman,Pontiac,Pope,Quanah Parker,Rain-in-the-Face,Red Cloud,Red Jacket,Roman Nose,Santana,Sequoya,Sitting Bull,Spotted Tail,Standing Bear,Tamahay,Tecumseh,Two Strike/Tashunkekokipapi,Washakie,Wolf Robe,Wovoka"
  • Graham Greene OFFICIALLY Unofficial Fan Page
    "Welcome to our page devoted to appreciation of a remarkable Canadian Actor"
  • Graham Greene
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Gonzalo Guerrero
    detailed account of the "Father of the Mestizos of Yucatan"
  • Janet Hale
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Handsome Lake (American prophet, 1735?-1815)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chitto Harjo
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • from the Biography Resource Center
  • Harjo, Suzan Shown (Native American leader, 1945-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Elijah Harper
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • LaDonna Harris
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Ned Hatathli
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Ira Hayes
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Hayehwatha
    very detailed site (another spelling of Hiawatha)
  • He Dog
    his picture
  • Heat-Moon, William Least (American writer, 1939-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • William Hensley
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Charlotte Heth
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • J. Hewitt
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • De-Ka-Nah-Wi-Da and Hiawatha
    "the historic person of the late fourteenth century"
  • Hiawatha (American tribal chief, 1400?-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Hayehwatha Research Institute - Return of Hayehwatha
    lots of info
  • Rosella Hightower
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Jamake Highwater
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Thomson Highway
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Norbert Hill
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Hobomok
    "Hobomok assisted Myles Standish"
  • Geary Hobson
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Hole-in-the-Day
    Ojibwe
  • Michael Horn
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Oliver Otis Howard
    he dealt with Cochise and Chief Joseph
  • Hump
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Isa-tai
    a Comanche warrior and medicine man

    coverIshi in Two Worlds: A Biography of the Last Wild Indian in North America
    coverIshi the Last Yahi: A Documentary History

  • Ishi: The Last Yahi
    bio and picture and copies of old records (from Galen II archives)
  • Ishi Was Not Necessarily the Last Full-Blooded Yahi:
    "Recent research on the projectile point style, physical anthropology, and the oral history of surrounding historic Native California groups suggests that Ishi, purported to be the last California Yahi of the early 20th century, appears to have learned much of his technology from members of an adjoining group."
  • Ishi
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Iyanough
    "Iyanough was the chief sachem of the the Cummaquid tribe"

    coverAndrew Jackson

  • Andrew Jackson
    "President Andrew Jackson's Case for the Removal Act First Annual Message to Congress, 8 December 1830"
  • Andrew Jackson
    detailed site
  • Alice Jemison
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Emily Johnson
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Basil Johnston
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Ted Jojola
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Peter Jones
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverI Will Fight No More Forever: Chief Joseph and the Nez Peace War.

  • Chief Joseph (Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt)
    an old picture and his life story
  • Chief Joseph (Hinmaton-Yalaktit)
    picture and info
  • Chief Joseph
    long article and pictures
  • Chief Joseph
    "known by his people as In-mut-too-yah-lat-lat (Thunder coming up over the land from the water)"... many quotes
  • Jospeh
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Joeseph
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Betty Jumper
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Kamiakin and the Yakima Indian War of 1855
    story of the person and the war
  • Kanakuk
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • William Keeler
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Keokuk
    a picture
  • Keokuk (Native American chief, 1780?-1848?)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Kicking Bird (Tene-angop'te)
    short article from A & E
  • KICKING BIRD (ca. 1835-1875)
    (Tene-Angopte, Striking Eagle), Kiowa chief of mixed Crow and Kiowa ancestry
  • Kicking Bird
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Kicking Bird
    bio and photo
  • Kirke Kickingbird
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Clara Kidwell
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Jerome Kilty
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Thomas King
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • JACK KINNARD, A SCOTCH-CREEK MESTIZO
    from "200 YEARS AGO ON THE S. GEORGIA FRONTIER"
  • Alfred L. Kroeber
    lots of info on this anthropologist
  • Winona LaDuke
    "The Indigenous Women's Network Our Future, Our Responsibility"
  • Celebrating Hellraisers: Winona LaDuke
    from Mother Jones
  • Susette La Flesche
    from Wikipedia
  • La Salle
    info from old papers
  • Francis LeFlesche
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Susette la Flesche (American activist, 1854-1903)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Herman Lehmann
    about this "child captive of the Apaches," from the HTO site
  • Leschi, celebrated Nisqually Chief
    a letter from "J. Ross Browne to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 4 December 1857"
  • Liliuokalani, Queen of Hawaii (Hawaiian head of state, 1838-1917)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Little Bluff
    Dohosan - Kiowa - bio and photo
  • Little Crow (Tahetan Wakawa Mini)
    details & photo
  • Little Crow
    as told to Ohiyesa
  • Little Turtle
    brief encyclopedia article
  • Meshekinoquah aka Little Turtle
    brief article and picture from Wikipedia
  • Little Wolf
    long article
  • Little Wolf
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Arlinda Locklear
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • James Logan (Tahgahjute)
    from A & E's Biography
  • Chief Logan's Elm
    brief article on him and a speech under a tree
  • K. Lomawaima
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • LONE WOLF (?-1879)
    a Kiowa chief
  • Lone Wolf
    bio and photo
  • LONG KING (?-1838?)
    "principal chief of the Coushatta Indians in Texas in the early 1800s
  • Long Tom
    "a leader of the Coushattas in the 19th century
  • Looking Glass (Allalimya Takanin)
    a look at his life and him on a horse
  • Looking Glass
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Fray Nicholas Lopez
    preached to Texas Indians
  • Low Dog
    classic photo
  • Phil Lucas
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Peter MacDonald
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Mangas Coloradas
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverMankiller: A Chief and Her People

  • Wilma Mankiller
    former Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation"
  • Mankiller, Wilma (Cherokee tribal leader, 1945-2010)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chief George Manuel
    article
  • George Manuel
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Manuelito (American tribal leader, 1818?-1894)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Martin, Mungo (Canadian artist, 1879-1962)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chief Phillip Martin
    "Chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians"
  • Maria Martinez
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Massasoit
    "Massasoit was the Chief of the Wampanoag confederation"
  • Massasoit
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • John Mathews
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • John Lowery McCoy
    "He served as a special attoney for the Western Cherokees for a number of years"...and more
  • JANE MCCREA
    MURDERED BY SAVAGE INDIANS ALLIED TO THE BRITISH-a copy of the famous painting, too
  • Alexander McGillivray
    from A & E
  • ALEXANDER McGILLIVRAY and his wives
    Creek leader
  • Alexander McGillivray
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chief William McIntosh
    about "Tustunnugee Hutkee (White Warrior)" from Wikipedia
  • D'Arcy McNickle
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverWhere White Men Fear to Tread: The Autobiography of Russell Means

  • Russell Means
    from A & E
  • An Interview with Russell Means
    "The Existential Indian"
  • Russell Means
    brief article
  • Russell Means
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Beatrice Medicine
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Medicine Standing Bundles (Mamay-day-te
    photo
  • Menawa
    Wikipedia page
  • Chief Micanopy
    short article
  • Billy Mills
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • El Mocho, or Tosche ("Left Hand")
    head chief of the Tonkawa Indians from 1779 until 1784 ,from the HTO site
  • N. Scott Momaday
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • David Moniac
    "Warrior from West Point"

    coverMoctezuma's Mexico: Visions of the Aztec World
    coverMontezuma and the Fall of the Aztecs
    coverConquest: Montezuma, Cortes, and the Fall of Old Mexico
    coverCortes and Montezuma

  • Moctezuma Ilhuicamina I
    a look at the Moctezuma the Elder
  • Montezuma II
    from A & E
  • Motecuhzoma II Xocoyotzin
    "the ninth ruler of Tenochtitlan, was born in 1467"
  • Montezuma, Carlos (American physician, 1865?-1923)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Carlos Montezuma (Wassaja)
    from A & E
  • Morrisseau, Norval (Canadian artist, 1932-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Mougo
    a picture
  • Mourning Dove
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/BioRC?vrsn=149&OP=full&locID=iastu_main&srchtp=Category&ca=1&AI=U14318773&c=1&AN=1699999003&NA=Mountain+Wolf+Woman+%28American+writer%2C+1884-1960%29&category_name=Native+Americans&ste=4&tbst=prp" target="_blank"
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Mourning Dove (Christine Quintasket)
    "Mourning Dove was the literary name chosen by Christine (or Christal) Quintasket, an Okanogan from the Colville Reservation of eastern Washington."
  • Mow­way, a Comanche headman
    the leader of the Kotsoteka ("Buffalo­eater") band ,from the HTO site
  • Mary Musgrove (Cousaponokeesa)
    "Creek (American) Indian interpreter, diplomat and businesswoman"
  • R. Carlos Nakai
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Raymond Nakai
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Nakaidokilini
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Native American Women
    bios on "Wilma Mankiller, Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, Louise Erdrich, Nancy Ward (Nan'yehi, Sakajawea, Mourning Dove and Pocahontas

    coverChronicle of the Narvaez Expedition

  • Pánfilo de Narváez
    info on this conquistador, explorer
  • NEZAHUALCOYOTL
    "TEXCOCO'S PHILOSOPHER KING (1403 - 1473)"
  • Duane Niatum
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • PETA NOCONA (?-1860)
    Noconies Comanche chief, father of Quanah Parker
  • Richard Oakes
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Alanis Obomsawin
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Samson Occom
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Samson Occom
    a short article
  • Ohiyesa (Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman)
    he's related stories about many other people
  • Opechancanough
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Alfonso Ortiz
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Simon Ortiz
    from the Biography Resource Center


  • coverOsceola, 1804-1838

  • Osceola ("Black Drink")
    story & painting
  • Osceola
    from A & E
  • Osceola, the Man and the Myths
    detailed site
  • Osceola (American tribal leader, 1804-1838)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Osceola
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Oshkosh
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Ouray
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Elizabeth Parent
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Arthur Parker
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Arthur Parker (Gawasowaneh)
    short article from A & E's Biography
  • Ely Samuel Parker
    Wikipedia page about this very interesting man
  • Iroquois Chief and Union Officer Ely Parker
    from The History Net
  • Ely Parker
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverThe Last Comanche Chief: The Life and Times of Quanah Parker
    coverQuanah Parker, Comanche Chief (Oklahoma Western Biographies, Vol 6)


  • Quanah Parker
    from A & E
  • Quanah Parker
    photos and brief quote
  • PARKER, QUANAH (ca. 1845-1911)
    the last chief of the Quahadi Comanche Indians
  • Quanah Parker
    about him and peyote
  • Quanah Parker
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • PARRA-O-COOM (?-1874)
    a Comanche chief
  • Earl Person
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Leonard Peltier
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Petalesharo
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Helen Peterson
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverName of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity
    coverKing Philip's War : The History and Legacy of America's Forgotten Conflict

  • King Philip (Metacomet)
    from A & E
  • Philip, Sachem of the Wampanoags (Native American chieftain, 1640?-1676)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Metacom (King Philip)
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Archie Phinney
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Susan Picotte
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Peter Perkins Pitchlynn
    short history & picture
  • Peter Pitseolak
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chief Placido
    info on this Tonkawa
  • Plácido, or Ha-shu-ka-na ("Can't Kill Him")
    a major chief of the Tonkawa
  • Plenty Coups
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverPocahontas: The Life and the Legend

  • Pocahontas
    picture and article
  • Pocahontas
    short article from A & E
  • Pocahontas...The Real Story
    by Sara Meier
  • Do you know the true story of Rebecca Rolfe (also known as Pocahontas)?
    from a Christian site
  • The Pocahontas Myth
    from the Powhatan site
  • Pocahontas
    details and bibliography
  • The Myth of Pocahontas
    "Interpretive Strategies"
  • Pocahontas
    "Icon At The Crossroads Of Race And Sex"
  • Pocahontas
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverThe Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of Canada: From the Spring of 1763 to the Death of Pontiac
    coverThe Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of Canada: To the Massacre at Michillimackinac
    coverPontiac and the Indian Uprising
  • Pontiac
    a drawing
  • Ottawa Chief Pontiac
    nice page
  • Pontiac (Native American chief, 1720?-1769)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Pontiac
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Pope
    a short article on this Tewa medicine man
  • Popé
    a look at his life
  • Pope
    short article from A & E
  • Po'pay (Pope)
    from Wikipedia
  • Popovi Da
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Alexander Posey
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Potalesharo
    a picture
  • James Poweshiek
    an interview with him in 1942
  • Poundmaker
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverThe Powhatan Indians of Virginia: Their Traditional Culture

  • Powhatan (American tribal leader, 1550?-1618)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Powhatan
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Chief Pushetonequa
    an interview
  • Pushmataha
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Quadequina
    "Quadequina was the brother of Massasoit"
  • THE QUETZALCOATL "TRINITY"
    a look at this figure
  • Rain-in-the-Face
    long article
  • Rain in the Face (American tribal leader, 1835?-1905)
    from the Biography Resource Center


  • coverThe Wagon Box Fight: An Episode of Red Cloud's War
    coverThe Autobiography of Red Cloud: War Leader of the Oglalas

  • Red Cloud (Makhpiya-Luta)
    from the PBS site The West
  • Red Cloud
    pictures and long article
  • Red Cloud
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Red Jacket
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Red Jacket
    several pictures
  • Ben Reifel
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Marcus Reno
    from PBS
  • Carter Revard
    from WIkipedia
  • Everett Rhoades
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • John Ridge
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Louis Riel-The Metis Man
    lots of info
  • Louis Riel
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Louis Riel
    biography, links & bibliography
  • Louis Riel and the North-West Rebellion
    detailed PDF
  • LOUIS RIEL: ONE LIFE, ONE VISION
    another very detailed site
  • Louis Riel – Martyr, hero or traitor?
    a basic article
  • Louis Riel Outlawed! (1872)
    a legal argument
  • Louis Riel
    from the Empire of the Bay site
    a page in French
  • Louis Riel
    detailed page in French
  • Louis Riel Photograph Gallery
    several photos with captions
  • The Remarkable Life of Louis Riel
    from the "Aboriginals of Saskatchewan" site
  • Louis Riel
    from "Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia"
  • Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont are Dead
    poetry
  • Louis Riel: The Great Names of the French Canadian Community
    article and photo
  • Louis Riel and the Province of Manitoba
    detailed page from Winnepeg 411
  • Louis Riel: Patriot without a Country
    by David Kilgour
  • Listen...About A Man Called Riel
    pictures and article
  • David Risling
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Juan Rodríguez, or El Cuilón
    an Ervipiame chief in Texas

    coverNever Met a Man I Didn't Like: The Life and Writings of Will Rogers
    coverWill Rogers Speaks: Over 1,000 Timeless Quotations for Public Speakers

  • Will Rogers
    Wikipedia page about this Cherokee humorist (and distant cousin of mine!)
  • Will Rogers Memorial & Birthplace
    about him and this place
  • Will Rogers Home Page
    a very big site
  • Will Rogers
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Roman Nose
    long article
  • Roman Nose
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Wendy Rose
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Rosebus Robe
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverJohn Ross, Cherokee Chief

  • John Ross
    a picture and short quote
  • John Ross, leader of the Cherokee
    picture and details
  • Cheokee Chief John Ross
    pictures, details and genealogy
  • John Ross
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Juan Sabeata
    "Indian chief of the Jumanos in the 1600s

    coverSacajawea: The Story of Bird Woman and the Lewis and Clark Expedition
    coverA Picture Book of Sacagawea
    coverOn the Trail of Sacagawea

  • Sacagawea
    an image and a story
  • Sakajawea
    short article
  • Sacajawea
    nice page from Rootsweb
  • Woman Spirit - Sacajawea
    another page by Julia White
  • Sacajawea
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Sacajawea
    very nice site from the Lemhi-Shoshone tribe
  • SacajaweaHome
    website from her birthplace, lots of details
  • Sacajawea's Graves
    photos of both of her disputed gravesites
  • Buffy Saint-Marie
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Samoset
    "Samoset was the first Indian to make contact with the Pilgrims"
  • Samoset
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Will Sampson
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Joe Sando
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Satank (Set-Tank, Set-Angia, Sitting Bear)
    Kiowa warrior and medicine man, from HTO
  • Satank
    bio and photo
  • Satanta (Set-tainte, "White Bear")
    short article from A & E
  • Satanta (Set'tainte, White Bear)
    Kiowa chief, detailed site from HTO
  • Santanta (SET-T'AINTE, White Bear)
    portrait and bio
  • Satanta
    bio and photo
  • Satanta
    from the Biography Resource Center Katherine Siva Saubel
    from "Come Stand Among Great Women"
  • Katherine Saubel
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Don Pedro Miguel Say
    short article on this teller of Mayan stories
  • John Scott
    principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians of Texas from 1871 to 1913
  • Seattle: Suqwamish and Duwamish (1786-1866)
    info and quotes

    coverThe World of Chief Seattle: How Can One Sell the Air?

  • DID CHIEF SEATTLE REALLY SAY, 'THE EARTH DOES NOT BELONG TO MAN; MAN BELONGS TO THE EARTH'
    article from The Wild West
  • CHIEF SEATTLE'S LETTER TO ALL
    his "alleged" famous speech
  • Chief Seattle Speech
    a look at him and "the speech"
  • chief seattle environment speech
    from the Urban Legends site
  • A few references to Chief Seattle
    from Patrick @ synaptic
  • Chief Seattle on Internet
    lots of info and links
  • Chief Seattle Bibliography
    link and info
  • The Alternative "Chief Seattle Statement"
    "with Editorial Commentary"
  • About the Chief Seattle Speech
    detailed analysis
  • Seattle
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • The Sehoys
    3 Creek women
  • Selocta
    "He was the translator for General Andrew Jackson at Ft. Jackson treaty signing"
  • Seminole War Chiefs
    several brief bios

    coverSequoyah : Cherokee Hero
    coverSequoyah by Grant Foreman

  • Sequoyah
    a picture and some info
  • Sequoyah
    "Talking Leaves and the Cherokee Phoenix"
  • Sequoyah
    "Most historians credit Sequoyah, the most famous Cherokee, with the invention of the syllabary"
  • Sequoya
    long article with picture
  • Sequoyah (aka George Gist)
    info from the North Georgia site
  • Sequoyah's Talking Leaves
    picture and article
  • Sequoyah
    his genealogy
  • Sequoyah Birthplace Museum
    basic info
  • Sequoyah, Great Teacher
    short page
  • Sequoyah and His Syllabary
    an "AFU White Page", lots of details
  • Sequoyah
    picture and info from the National Portrait Gallery
  • Sequoyah's Cabin
    pictures and brief article
  • Sequoyah, Inventor of the Cherokee Syllabary
    a research paper
  • THE GENIUS OF SEQUOYAH
    long detailed article
  • Sequoyah
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Sequoyah
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Short Bull
    a loving tribute by his great-grand child, interesting pictures, too
  • Leslie Silko
    poet
  • Leslie Mormon Silko
    an interview in Germany
  • Leslie Silko
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Jay Silverheels
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverThe Lance and the Shield: The Life and Times of Sitting Bull (I have a copy, excellent book!
    coverSitting Bull and His World (A 2000 Parents' Choice® Gold Award)

  • Sitting Bull (Tatanka-Iyotanka)
    from PBS
  • Sitting Bull
    long article and photo
  • Sitting Bull (Tatanka Yotanka)
    bio & lithograph
  • Tatanka Yotanka (Sitting Bull)
    by Robert Fester Sitting Bull
    many quotes
  • Sitting Bull
    "IN MEMORY by Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner"
  • Sitting Bull
    picture and article
  • Sitting Bull
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Sitting Bull
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Sleeping Wolf
    GUI-K'ATE (Wolf Lying Down, Sleeping Wolf) bio and photo
  • John Slocum
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Juane Smith
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Paul Chaat Smith
    "one of the decade's leading voices on issues of American Indian art, identity, mass culture and politics"
  • Smohalla
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Reuben Snake
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • David Sohappy
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Spokane Garry
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Spotted Tail
    a recollection of him
  • Spotted Tail
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverSquanto's Journey by Joseph Bruchac

  • Squanto--God's Special Indian, a Thanksgiving Story
    from the Christian Articles Archive
  • Squanto
    from A & E
  • The History of Tisquantum (Squanto)
    a good article with a bibliography
  • Squanto
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Luther Standing Bear
    article and picture

    coverMy People, the Sioux by Standing Bear, Luther Standing Bear

  • Standing Bear of the Ponca Indians
    about the trial
  • Standing Bear
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Boeda Strand
    lots of info and genealogy
  • Major General George T. Stringer
    bio
  • Wes Studi (Cherokee American actor, c. 1944-)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Stumbling Bear
    photo and bio
  • Sunboy
    photo and bio
  • Ross Swimmer
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Bronson Cooper Sylestine (Tic-ca-Itche)
    principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians from 1936 to 1969
  • Maria Tallchief
    from "Come Stand Among Great Women"
  • Maria Tallchief
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Mary TallMountain
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Tamahay
    as remembersed by Ohiyesa
  • Luci Tapahonso
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Tarhe
    nice article on “A distinguished Wyandot Chief and Loyal American.”
  • Address of Tarhe, Grand Sachem of the Wyandot Nation to the assemblage at the Treaty of Greenville
    "Tarhe was the first chief to sign the Treaty of Greenville"
  • Tavibo
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverTecumseh: Chief of the Shawnee
    coverTecumseh: A Life

  • Tecumseh
    from A & E's Biography
  • The Teachings of Tecumseh
    14 suggestions
  • Tecumseh
    lots of info
  • Tecumseh
    painting and article
  • Tecumseh
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Tecumseh
    from History.com (The History Channel)
  • Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha
    from A & E
  • Kateri Tekakwitha (Lily of the Mohawks)
    nice page by Julia White
  • Tekakwitha, Kateri (American religious leader, c. 1656-1680)
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • TEMPE
    chief of the Middle Coushatta Village

    coverThe Shawnee Prophet

  • Tenskwatawa (The Prophet}
    Tecumseh's brother and spritual leader
  • The Shawnee Prophet Tenskwatawa
    about Tecumseh's brother
  • Tenskwatawa's Vision
    lots of details
  • "The Prophet Indian" - Tenskwatawa
    a painting and brief bio
  • Tenskwatawa
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Charles Martin Thompson (Sun-Kee)
    principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians from 1928 to 1935
  • Tenskwatawa
    from A & E

    coverJim Thorpe: World's Greatest Athlete
    coverJim Thorpe: (Mauch Chunk)

  • Jim Thorpe
    from A & E
  • Jim Thorpe House
    photo and basic info
  • Jim Thorpe
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Grace Thorpe
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Three Noted Chiefs of the Sioux
    about Sitting Bull, Gall & John Grass
  • Chief Thundercloud
    painting & short bio
  • Red Thunder Cloud, 76, Dies...
    from the N.Y. Times
  • Susette Tibbles
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Austin Ben Tincup
    Baseball's first millionaire
  • Tisquantum (Squanto)
    "Tisquantum was a native of the Patuxet tribe"
  • Tokamahamon
    "Tokamahamon was another Indian from the Wampanoag tribe"
  • Chief Tomás
    "was grand captain of the Bidai Indians in 1755
  • Tomochichi
    Creek Chief
  • Henri de Tonti
    from HTO
  • TOWASH
    a chief of the Hainai Indians
  • Clifford Trafzer
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • John Trudell
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • CHIEF TUSKALOOSA
    brief article with a painting
  • >CHIEF TUSKALOOSA
    Chief of the Maubilians
  • Chief Tuscaloosa
    some details about him & De Soto
  • Chief Two Moons
    Wikipedia page
  • Two Strike/Tashunkekokipapi (Sioux)
    as remembered by Ohiyesa
  • José de Urrutia
    "captain general" of all the nations hostile to the Apaches
  • Pedro (Pierre) Vial
    "a remarkable pathfinder in the Spanish Southwest"
  • Victorio
    an Apache war chief
  • Victorio
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Gerald Vizenor
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Wapella, Chief of the Musquakees
    "He was one of the delegation led by Keokuk to Washington in 1837"
  • DESCENDANTS OF NANCY WARD
    long list of names and other info
  • Nancy Ward
    from the Wikipedia site
  • Nancy Ward
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Chief Washakie
    picture and article on this SHOSHONI leader
  • Washakie
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverGeneral Stand Watie's Confederate Indians: Confederate Indians

  • Brigadier General Stand Watie
    the forgotten General
  • Brigadier General Stand Watie
    a short article from a civil war page
  • Warriors and Chiefs: Stand Waite: Cherokee Chief and Confederate General
    from The History Net
  • Cherokee Stand Watie exhibited bravery and leadership while fighting for two lost causes
    article from "Wild West"
  • Stand Watie
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Annie Wauneka
    from the Biography Resource Center

    coverMcIntosh and Weatherford, Creek Indian Leaders

  • William Weatherford
    brief bio
  • William Weatherford
    brief bio
  • William Weatherford
    brief bio
  • James Welch
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Floyd Westerman
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • White Horse
    TSEN-T'ANITE (White Horse) bio and photo
  • Roberta Whiteman
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Marcus and Narcissa Whitman
    a detailed look at these missionaries
  • Wicked Chief
    painting
  • Kaitchkona Winema
    info on this Modoc woman

    coverSarah Winnemucca
    coverLife Among the Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims by Sarah Winnemucca

  • Sarah Winnemucca - (Tocmetone) - Paiute
    "Sarah was born into a family of great leaders with both her father and her grandfather having been Chiefs of this Nevada Nation"
  • Sarah Winnemucca
    Tocmetone, Paiute, 1844-91
  • Sarah Winnemucca 1842-1891
    from "Come Stand Among Great Women"
  • Sarah Winnemucca
    from the NV Writer's Hall of Fame
  • Sarah Winnemucca
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Wolf Robe
    photo and brief comment
  • Woman Sprit - Juana Maria - Chuamsh
    a short history on this woman
  • Woman Spirit by Julia White
    biographies on several women
  • Wooden Lance
    "APIATAN (Wooden Lance)"
  • General Thomas S. Woodward
    "...a brave, rough, warm-hearted man, of fine intellectual endowments, a most sagacious judge of character, extensive knowledge of Creek Indian history, manners and character"

    coverWovoka and the Ghost Dance

  • Wovoka (Jack Wilson)
    the Ghost Dance visionary
  • Wovoka
    Paiute Prophet
  • Wovoka
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Rosita Worl
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Leo Yerxa
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Yoholo-Micco
    The Chief accompanied the Creek delegation to Washington in the winter of 1825-26
  • Peterson Zah
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Ofelia Zepeda
    from the Biography Resource Center
  • Zitkala-Sa
    "The Soft-Hearted Sioux"







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