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  • Crazy Horse (1845?-1877)@
    Learn about Crazy Horse, the Sioux leader who fought to preserve the traditions and values of Lakota people. Sites include biography, lifestyle, the struggle against the Federal government's attempt to takeover the native people's lands, and other achievements of the leader who was also known as Tashunka Witco, "his horse is crazy."
  • Peltier, Leonard@
  • Pocahontas (1595-1617) (4)
  • Rogers, Will (1879-1935)@
    Find sites about Will Rogers with biographies and pictures of the classic actor, comedian, and vaudeville performer who starred in the Ziegfeld Follies for several years between 1916 and 1925.
  • Means, Russell@
  • Geronimo@
  • Sitting Bull (1831-1890)@
  • Sacagawea (1790?-1812 or 1884)@
    Sacagawea is the Shoshone Indian guide who assisted Lewis and Clark on their momentous expedition west. In 2000 she became immortalized on the golden dollar coin.
  • Ishi (1860?-1916) (3)
  • Hayes, Ira Hamilton (1923-1955)@
  • Parker, Ely (1828-1895)
    Companion site to the PBS documentary about the controversial Seneca chief and Cabinet-level commissioner, and his accomplishments.
  • Aquash, Anna Mae (1945-1976)@
  • Baker Pilgrim, Agnes (Taowhywee)
    Grandma Aggie, a Takelma Indian Elder, is honored as a "Living Treasure" by her tribe, the Confederated Tribes of Siletz in southern Oregon. She leads the annual Sacred Salmon Ceremony and is a part of the 13 Grandmothers' Council.
  • Banks, Dennis
    Co-founder of the American Indian Movement.
  • Black Elk (1863-1950)@
  • Squanto (1585?-1622) (1)
  • Least Heat-Moon, William@
  • Parker, Quanah (c.1845-1911)@
  • Chief Joseph (1840-1940)@
  • Squint Eyes [pick] [read review]
    Exhibit of work by the Cheyenne artist Squint Eye, who was held as a prisoner at Fort Marion in Saint Augustine, Florida, between 1875 and 1878.

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