Native North Americans
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1992-2004; Northern Cheyenne chief representing Colorado
Flourished in the late 1880's; known as the "Rainmaker"
Oglala Lakota Gold Medallist in the 10000 meters 1964 Olympics
Author of "Black Elk Speaks" and "The Sacred Pipe" with Joseph Epes Brown
B. British Columbia. circa 1839-1920
Scholar of Lakota traditions and western technology
Starring role in "Little Big Man"
During the American Revolution; half brother of Handsome Lake
Co-founder, AIM (American Indian Movement); b. 1937
Lawyer and member of the Continental Congress
Gen Ulysses S. Grant was best man at his wedding
Helped raise the flag on Iwo Jima
Played Tonto, sidekick to the Lone Ranger; founded the Indian Actors Workshop
Pentathlon and decathlon champion in the 1912 Stockholm Olympics; member Pro and College Football Halls of Fame
Also assistant Baptist pastor
Beatified by the Catholic Church; 1656-1680
Laguna Woman, 1974, Ceremony, 1977, others
Captured and killed, 1863
Pulitzer Prize winner for "House Made of Dawn"
Recruited Crow men to enlist in the U.S. Army during WWI
Image featured on the 1899 U.S. $5 silver certificate
B. 1939; co-founder with Dennis Banks of the American Indian Movement (AIM)
Led the Lewis and Clark Expedition
B. 1966; collection, "Dangerous Astronomy", 2005
Author -- National Book Award Winner
Daughter of an Omaha chief, 1865-1915
Brother of Tecumseh; 1775-1834
Ishaynishus: better translated as "Two Months"
Dances With Wolves, The Last of the Mohicans, others
Sometimes known as George White Eyes
And social commentator;1879-1935; "I never met a man that I didn't like."
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