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Campo - Tonkawa - 1871

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Campo - Tonkawa - 1871

Campo - Tonkawa - 1871

Also known as the Tickanwatic, the Tonkawa homeland is primarily in central Texas, and Oklahoma.

The story of Ponca Chief Standing Bear is, in many ways, the story of a father’s love for his son.

'An Indian man is on the mall' -- Statue of Ponca Chief Standing Bear is unveiled

The story of Ponca Chief Standing Bear is, in many ways, the story of a father’s love for his son.

Buffalo - Tonkawa - 1871

Also known as the Tickanwatic, the Tonkawa homeland is primarily in central Texas, and Oklahoma.

Tonkawa Chief and wife, Grant Richards and Winnie. Description from nativeamericanindianstories.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Tonkawa Indians were a small tribe who once claimed part of south-eastern Texas as their home. By 1862 their tiny population was erecting grass-thatched huts and teepees along the high plateau which overlooked the valley of the Washita River.

Pablino Diaz, Kiowa Rinehart, Frank A. (photographer) 1899

Pablino Diaz (aka Big Whip) - Kiowa/Mexican – 1898 {Note: Big Whip was originally a Mexican captive and was raised as Kiowa.

Studio portrait of White Eagle family, Ponca Tribe, Arkansas City, Kansas, 1892

Studio portrait of the White Eagle Family, Ponca Tribe, Arkansas City, Kansas, 1892 :: Society and Culture Photographs

Title: Capitan (Profile) - Capitan [Fix?] (Kiowa) 1898

Title: Capitan (Profile) - Capitan [Fix?] (Kiowa) 1898

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