“Sits Down Spotted.“ Crow. Fort Keogh, Montana, 188
Ernestine Blueback and Betty Jo Buffalohead in dance clothes, at the dance grounds in White Eagle, Oklahoma – Ponca – 1947.
Koo-tuck-tuck, Inuit woman standing, wearing her attigi or beaded parka and foot-wear.
Every Wind. Ojibwe. circa 1910
A rural First Nations community in Alaska has lost its’ only potable water source as of January in freezing weather. The laundromat was the ONE community location to get clean water. They rely on river water and donations right now.
There is an Amazon wishlist with cleaning products, formula, small electric-free washers for elderly + disabled people, washing buckets and water-carrying buckets, and hand tools to cut through the ice in the river to access water, amongst other things.
The Tuluksak Native Community is a Yup’ik Tribal Government in Tuluksak, Alaska. They have a 30%+ positive COVID rate.
Please ignore the GoFundMe link right now. There is no way to access the funding as far as I know. Message CeeJay on Twitter ahead of time or direct funds to the Amazon Wish List, which can be sorted from lowest price to highest.
Chief Little Head. Crow. 1883.
Geronimo’s daughter Lenna c. 1900.
Charles F. Lummis.
Pueblo Indian woman, ca. 1890 -1895.
Jose La Cruz Herrera and sister Appalonia Herrera, Tesuque Pueblo, New Mexico
Photographer: Theodore J. Asplund
Negative Number: 004779
Two Navajo women exercising their 1st amendment right
Apache, Navajo and Coconino counties, the three that overlap the Navajo Nation, went solidly for Joe Biden, with 73,954 votes compared to just 2,010 for incumbent President Donald Trump — a 97 percent turnout for Biden compared to 51 percent statewide