Native American Biographies
John Adams "One of the greatest stories of those of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians"
JERONIMO DE AGUILAR "THE MAROONED PRIEST WHO SPEEDED THE CONQUEST (1489? - 1531?)"
American Horse picture and detailed article
Louis Annance 1794 - 1875 Famous Abenaki Trapper and Guide
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
Anna Mae Aquash from the "Gale Celebrates Women's History Page" (GCWHP)
Anna Mae Aquash Archive from the First Nations page
Miguel de Aranda a Spanish priest who ministered to the Apaches, info from the Handbook of Texas Online (HTO) site
Tribe elder Lawrence Aripa dies a newspaper article by Ken Olsen in The Spokesman-Review
Armijo from Camden Station Elementary School
Aspinet "Aspinet was the chief sachem of the Nauset Indians"
Dennis Banks from A & E
BATTISE, ROBERT FULTON (1909-1994) principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians from 1970 to 1994
"Chief" Charles Albert Bender short article from A & E
Lewis Bennett (Deerfoot) photo & bio
Peggy Berryhill "a major producer of public radio documentaries about contemporary Native Americans"
THE STORY OF CHIEF BIG BEAR "THE FROG LAKE MASSACRE: (A Poem in Four Parts) "
Big Bear Lakota
BIG BOW (1833-?) Zepko-ette or Za-ko-yea, Kiowa chief
Big Foot his picture and story from PBS
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
Billy Bowlegs (Holata Micco) details and photo
Black Bird and Short Bull great photos and information
Black Elk's Vision about him, too
Black Elk picture and bio
Black Elk short article and quote
Wallace, Thunder, and Emily Black Elk "Following the footsteps of Black Elk "
Charlotte Black Elk "a spiritual and cultural leader of the Lakota Sioux tribe"
Black Fox from Camden Station Elementary School
Black Hawk brief article
Black Hawk and Descendants lots of info
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
Test your Black Hawk Knowledge Q & As
Black Hawk, the Ute detailed account of him and a war in Utah
Black Hawk bio and picture
Black Kettle his story and a picture
Black Kettle another picture
SANDRA BLACK "PERSONAL HISTORY OF A BEADWORK DESIGNER"
Blue Jacket: Palefaced Shawnee his history and picture
Blue Jacket by Ryan Wilson
Chief Abel Bosum a speech he made
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
Cherokee Chief Bowles (Duwali) short article
The Story of Chief Bowles "Duwa'li on the St. Francis River"
Chief Bowles "Funeral - 156 Years after Death by Pat L. Talley"
Willaim Augustus Bowles roadside marker in Florida
William Augustus Bowles nice site on this Creek leader
William Augustus Bowles a brief bio
Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea) picture and detailed article
Joseph Brant info from the First American Forefathers' (FAF) site
General John Buford his life & time among the Indians, among other things 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
Carcowan brief bio by a student
Alonso de Castillo Maldonado from the LTE site
Cuelgas de Castro a Lipan Apache chief in Texas
George Catlin article from The Wild West
Buffalo Child an actor
Chinnabbee "He was a Natchez leader who brought his people to Talladega in 1756"
John Chivington "The hero of Glorietta Pass and the butcher of Sand Creek"
Choncape a picture
Chou-man-i-case a picture
Ned Christie bio and pictures of this "wanted" man
Ned Christie long article
Ned Christie more on this "outlaw"
The Case of Ned Christie from the Fort Smith site
COLABE CILLISTINE (ca. 1780-ca. 1865) subchief or second chief of the Alabama Indian tribe
Henry Roe Cloud (Wonah'ilayhunka) very short article form A & E
COACOOCHEE (ca. 1810-1857) (Wild Cat), Seminole war chief
Coacoochee (Wildcat) drawing and a quote about him
Cochise short article and picture of his son
Cochise Chiricahua - Apache Chief
Cochise short article
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 from the FAF site
Cochise picture and info
Cochise.....meaning.....Hardwood quotes and brief bio
Cochise Native American Leader
Cochise from Encarta
Cochise Apache Warriors
Cochise Chiricahua Apache Indians
Cochise from the Cochise County History Magazine
Cochise about him and where he lived
Cochise more about him
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's Movies list of his movies
Iron Eyes Cody's Movies list of his movies
Iron Eyes Cody's Movies list of his movies
Iron Eyes Cody's Movies list of his movies
Iron Eyes Cody Days Desert Hot Springs
Iron Eyes Cody brief bio and photo from Keep American Beautiful
Iron Eyes Cody his bio from his book
Iron Eyes Cody detailed article and picture
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
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
Comcomly from Camden Station Elementary School
Conanacus "Conanacus was the chief sachem of the Narragansetts"
Corbitant "Corbitant was a petty-sachem under chief Massasoit of the Wampanoags"
Corn Planter a picture
Corn Planter from the FAF site
Francisco Vsquez de Coronado on him and his expedition
Francisco Vsquez de Coronado general overview
Coronado from LTE
CORTEZ THE INFAMOUS Steve Wilkins' bio of him
Hernn Corts Five Letters of Corts to the Emperor
Hernan Cortes a pretend newspaper interview
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND HERNAN CORTES ironic situation
Corts, Hernn brief article
HERNAN CORTES (ALSO HERNANDO CORTEZ) very detailed page
Cortez detailed site from the "Letters on the Texas Explorers" (LTE) site
Cotifachiqui the Queen of the Pearls
Crazy Horse from "Voices of the Little Bighorn"
Crazy Horse (Tashunca-uitco) from PBS' The West site
Crazy Horse brief article
Crazy Horse (Tashunkewitko) detailed article
Crazy Horse Archives LOTS of info, from Wintercount
Crazy Horse, Red Cloud & Standing Bear from the famous Nebraskans page
Crazy Horse (Tashunka Witko) from A & E
Crazy Horse from the Crazy Horse Memorial site
In Memory of Chief Crazy Horse LOTS of info
Crazy Horse overview of his life
Crazy Horse lots of details
The Crazy Horse Page several links
Crazy Horse from the FAF site
Tashunke Witko (Crazy Horse) "The Diety of The Brave"
Crazy Horse--Indian Chiefs nice article
Crazy Horse links to other sites
Crazy Horse links and info
Crazy Horse from Camden Station Elementary School
Crazy Horse bio and links
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 Biographies list of written works on Crow biographies
Crow Dog (Kargi Sunka) short article by A & E
Cuauhtemoc "last emperor of the Aztecs"
CUAUHTEMOC (1496 - 1525) short page in Spanish
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
General George A. Custer Home Page lots of info
My Life on the Plains, by Gen.G.A.Custer a copy of his book
Deganawida from Camden Station Elementary School
Ella Cara Deloria author: "Ella Cara Deloria (Yankton Dakota), whose translated Dakota name means Beautiful Day, was born in 1889 on the Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota."
de Leon from old records
de Soto on this explorer
Alvar Nez Cabeza de Vaca some details
Cabeza de Vaca more on him
Cabeza de Vaca a VERY detailed site
Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca "Pioneer Historian, Ethnologist, Physician
Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca: Part II "Pioneer Historian, Ethnologist, Physician
Dohsan (?-1866) or Dohate, was a prominent Kiowa chief
Dorantes about this Spaniard
Dragging Canoe - Little Cedar Mountain - TVA an excellent timeline for the area & Chickamauga Chief Dragging Canoe
Dragging Canoe (Tsiyu-gunsi-ni) Cherokee/Chickamauga Chief
Dull Knife story about him
Dull Knife a picture of his grave and a brief bio
Eagle og Delight her picture
Louise Erdrich "daughter of a Chippewa Indian mother and a German-American father, the author explores Native American themes in her works"
Escandon from old papers
Espejo from old documents
Esteban from old letters
Esteban a little about this man
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
Famous Nebraska Native Americans biographies on Crazy Horse, Red Cloud and Standing Bear
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
Fool Crow a picture
Fools Crow Ceremonial Chief - Teton Sioux
Gall The West from PBS
Gall long article on this Hunkpapa
Gall from the FAF site
Gall picture of his grave & a bio
Chief Dan George picture, quotes and bio
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 (Goyathlay) short article
Geronimo "Ultimate Battle Cry"
Geronimo from the FAF site
Geronimo detailed site
Geronimo's War Bonnet a FBI site on its illegal sale
Geronimo bio and pictures
Simon Girty detailed biography of this man
"A Monster So Brutal: Simon Girty" "the Degenerative Myth of the American Frontier, 1783-1900"
Chief Good Thunder and wife, Snana short article
Edward Goodbird from Camden Station Elementary School
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"
Grey Owl "Grey Owl wrote three best-selling books while he lived in Prince Albert National Park: Pilgrims of the Wild (1935), Sajo and Her Beaver People (1935) and Tales of an Empty Cabin (1936)"
Gonzalo Guerrero detailed account of the "Father of the Mestizos of Yucatan" King Haiglar short article on this "Catawba Indian Chief"
He Dog his picture
De-Ka-Nah-Wi-Da and Hiawatha "the historic person of the late fourteenth century"
Hiawatha from Camden Station Elementary School
Hobomok "Hobomok assisted Myles Standish"
Sam Houston "Houston & Native Americans"
Oliver Otis Howard he dealt with Cochise and Chief Joseph
Isa-tai a Comanche warrior and medicine man
Ishi short bio and link to a quote
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: The Last Yahi a brief bio from the Wild Sanctuary Site
The Legacy of Ishi a detailed story
Iyanough "Iyanough was the chief sachem of the the Cummaquid tribe"
Andrew Jackson "President Andrew Jackson's Case for the Removal Act First Annual Message to Congress, 8 December 1830"
Andrew Jackson from the Grolier Encyclopedia
Andrew Jackson detailed site
Chief Joseph brief story and a picture of his grave
Chief Joseph (Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt) an old picture and his life story
Chief Joseph (Hinmaton-Yalaktit) picture and info
Chief Joseph a brief article on the Nez Perce Chief
Chief Joseph long article and pictures
Suggested Readings about Chief Joseph the title says it all
Chief Joseph a very detailed page with links to other sites, too
Chief Joseph Nez Perce (Nimiputimt) short article about him
Chief Joseph "known by his people as In-mut-too-yah-lat-lat (Thunder coming up over the land from the water)"... many quotes
Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce interesting article from the..."Enterprise Record Chieftain, August 2, 1923"
Chief Joseph info from the First American Forefathers' site
Chief Joseph another good page from B.Glenn
Chief Joseph from Camden Station Elementary School
Kamiakin and the Yakima Indian War of 1855 story of the person and the war
Keokuk a picture
Chief Keokuk his statue in the city of the same name
Kicking Bird (Tene-angop'te) short article from A & E
Kicking Bird from "The West"
Kicking Bird detailed page from "Faces of L.A." exhibition at the Getty Museum
Kicking Bird a picture of his grave and a brief bio
KICKING BIRD (ca. 1835-1875) (Tene-Angopte, Striking Eagle), Kiowa chief of mixed Crow and Kiowa ancestry
JACK KINNARD, A SCOTCH-CREEK MESTIZO from "200 YEARS AGO ON THE S. GEORGIA FRONTIER"
Alfred L. Kroeber lots of info on this anthropologist
David Barsamian interviews Winona LaDuke article about her
Winona LaDuke bio and links
Winona LaDuke "Speaker targets Native American issues"
Winona LaDuke "The Indigenous Women's Network Our Future, Our Responsibility"
Celebrating Hellraisers: Winona LaDuke from Mother Jones
La Salle info from old papers
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"
Leschi: A Warrior very detailed article
Little Crow (Tahetan Wakawa Mini) details & photo
Little Crow as told to Ohiyesa
Little Crow from Camden Station Elementary School
Michikinikwa (Little Turtle) Commanding the confederation of Native American tribes in 1790 and 1791
Little Turtle brief encyclopedia article
Meshekinoquah aka Little Turtle brief article and picture
Little Turtle short article with painting from the Fort Loramie Seventh Grade Ohio History Page
Chief Little Turtle a photo of a sculpture of him
Little Wolf long article
James Logan (Tahgahjute) from A & E's Biography
Chief Logan brief article
Chief Logan's Elm brief article on him and a speech under a tree
LONE WOLF (?-1879) a Kiowa chief
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
Fray Nicholas Lopez preached to Texas Indians
Low Dog classic photo
Wilma Mankiller "former Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation"
Wilma Pearl Mankiller from the "GCWHP" about the former Cherokee Chief
Chief George Manuel detailed article by the Fourth World Documentation Project
Chief Phillip Martin "Chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians"
Massasoit "Massasoit was the Chief of the Wampanoag confederation"
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
Chief William McIntosh about "Tustunnugee Hutkee (White Warrior)"
Creek Indian Chief William McIntosh (1775 approx. - 1825) about him
Russell Means from A & E
An Interview with Russell Means "The Existential Indian"
Russell Means brief article
Menawa "He was one of the greatest Creek chief."
Metallic "The Last of the Androscoggins, The Lone Indian of the Magalloway"
Chief Micanopy short article
El Mocho, or Tosche ("Left Hand") head chief of the Tonkawa Indians from 1779 until 1784 ,from the HTO site
David Moniac "Warrior from West Point"
Moctezuma a pretended newspaper interview
Moctezuma Ilhuicamina I a look at the Moctezuma the Elder
Montezuma II short article
Montezuma short article
Carlos Montezuma (Wassaja) from A & E
Motecuhzoma II Xocoyotzin "the ninth ruler of Tenochtitlan, was born in 1467"
Montezuma's Capture brief article
Mougo a picture
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"
Native American Women bios on "Wilma Mankiller, Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, Louise Erdrich, Nancy Ward (Nan'yehi, Sakajawea, Mourning Dove and Pocahontas
Pnfilo de Narvez info on this conquistador, explorer
NEZAHUALCOYOTL "TEXCOCO'S PHILOSOPHER KING (1403 - 1473)"
PETA NOCONA (?-1860) Noconies Comanche chief, father of Quanah Parker
Samson Occom a short article
Molly Ockett "Abenaki Healing Woman"
Ohiyesa (Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman) he's related stories about many other people
Osceola ("Black Drink") story & painting
Osceola from A & E
Osceola and Abiaka "The Leaders of Freedom for the Seminole"
Osceola, the Man and the Myths detailed site
Osceola - A Seminole Warrior on him and the 2nd Seminole War
Osceola from Encarta
Arthur Parker (Gawasowaneh) short article from A & E's Biography
Ely Samuel Parker about this very interesting man
Iroquois Chief and Union Officer Ely Parker from The History Net
Quanah Parker from A & E
Quanah Parker photos and brief quote
Quanah Parker very detailed site
PARKER, QUANAH (ca. 1845-1911) the last chief of the Quahadi Comanche Indians
Quanah Parker about him and peyote
PARRA-O-COOM (?-1874) a Comanche chief
The PEARL QUEEN greets HERNANDO DeSOTO a short article on The Pearl Queen of Cotifachiqui
King Philip (Metacomet) from A & E
Pierpole "Last Indian of the Sandy River" by Nancy Lecompte
Peter Perkins Pitchlynn short history & picture
Chief Placido info on this Tonkawa
Plcido, or Ha-shu-ka-na ("Can't Kill Him") a major chief of the Tonkawa
Plenty Coups brief bio and picture of his grave
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 and Her Jewelry article from Early American Homes
Pocahontas details and bibliography
Pocahontas a detailed research paper
The Myth of Pocahontas "Interpretive Strategies"
Pocahontas "in the Art and Literature of the Nineteenth Century"
Pocahontas "Icon At The Crossroads Of Race And Sex"
Powhatans Little Princess short article from Williamsburg, Va.
Pocahontas: A Legend from Camden Station Elementary School
Pontiac: Ottawa Chief short article and drawing
Pontiac a drawing
Ottawa Chief Pontiac a quote from a speech
Pope a short article on this Tewa medicine man
Pope a look at his life
Pope short article from A & E
Po'pay: A Leader among Leaders (Pope) a short article in a detailed site
Posey--Indian Chiefs nice bio by B.Glenn
Potalesharo a picture
Poundmaker from Camden Station Elementary School
James Poweshiek an interview with him in 1942
Powhatan "Speech to Captain John Smith (1609)"
Powhatan from Camden Station Elementary School
Chief Pushetonequa an interview
Quadequina "Quadequina was the brother of Massasoit"
THE QUETZALCOATL "TRINITY" a look at this figure Rain-in-the-Face long article
Red Cloud a little about him and a picture of his gravestone
Red Cloud (Makhpiya-Luta) from the PBS site The West
Red Cloud pictures and long article
Red Cloud a brief article and picture
Red Jacket several pictures
Red Shoes from Camden Station Elementary School
Louis Riel-The Metis Man lots of info
Juan Rodrguez, or El Cuiln an Ervipiame chief in Texas
Will Rogers a sound file of a political speech by this Cherokee humorist (and cousin of mine!)
Will Rogers Memorial & Birthplace about him and this place
Will Rogers Home Page a very big site
Roman Nose long article
John Ross a picture and short quote
John Ross, leader of the Cherokee picture and details
Cheokee Chief John Ross pictures, details and genealogy
About John Ross short article
John Ross brief article
Juan Sabeata "Indian chief of the Jumanos in the 1600s
Sacagawea an image and a story
Sacagawea: Guide To The Guides short article from Adventure Encyclopedia
Sacajawea from the Britannica site
Sakajawea short article
Sacajawea nice page from Rootsweb
Woman Spirit - Sacajawea another page by Julia White
Sacajawe from Camden Station Elementary School
ON THE TRAIL OF SACAGAWEA author Peter Lourie retraces her steps on the Lewis & Clark trail
Sacagawea brief bio
Sacajawea "as portryed by: Erin Barnum"
Samoset "Samoset was the first Indian to make contact with the Pilgrims"
Satank (Set-Tank, Set-Angia, Sitting Bear) Kiowa warrior and medicine man, from HTO
SET-ANGYA (Satank, "Setting Bear") photo and bio
Santana a photo of this Kiowa leader
Satanta (Set-tainte, "White Bear") short article from A & E
Satanta from Camden Station Elementary School
Satanta (Set'tainte, White Bear) Kiowa chief, detailed site from HTO
Santanta (SET-T'AINTE, White Bear) portrait and bio
Satanta photo and bio Katherine Siva Saubel from "Come Stand Among Great Women"
Don Pedro Miguel Say short article on this teller of Mayan stories
Scabby Bull, an Arapaho Indian his image
John Scott principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians of Texas from 1871 to 1913
Seattle: Suqwamish and Duwamish (1786-1866) info and quotes
DID CHIEF SEATTLE REALLY SAY, 'THE EARTH DOES NOT BELONG TO MAN; MAN BELONGS TO THE EARTH' article from The Wild West
Chief Seattle: Realist short article from Adventure Encyclopedia
Noah Sealth, aka Chief Seattle about his statue
Chief Seattle info from the USS SEATTLE
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 links and info
The Alternative "Chief Seattle Statement" "with Editorial Commentary"
About the Chief Seattle Speech detailed analysis
The Sehoys 3 Creek women
Selocta "He was the translator for General Andrew Jackson at Ft. Jackson treaty signing"
Seminole Leaders briefs on Osceola, TUKO-SEE MATHLA, MICANOPY, NEAMATHLA, and BILLY BOWLEGS AND HIS WIFE
Seminole War Chiefs several brief bios
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 picture, info & links
Sequoyah: Beyond Sign Language from Adventure Encyclopedia
Sequoyah pictures and info
Sequoyah's Home details and a map
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
Sequoyah--Indian Leaders by B.Glenn
THE GENIUS OF SEQUOYAH long detailed article
Short Bull a loving tribute by his great-grand child, interesting pictures, too
Leslie Silko poet
Leslie Mormon Silko an interview in Germany
Sitting Bull (Tatanka-Iyotanka) from PBS
Sitting Bull and the Battle of the Little Big Horn A coward at the Battle of the Little Big Horn?
Sitting Bull long article and photo
Sitting Bull brief article and picture
Sitting Bull a picture of his grave and a brief story of his life
Sitting Bull (Tatanka Yotanka) bio & lithograph
Tatanka Yotanka (Sitting Bull) by Robert Fester
Sitting Bull by the Bismark Tribune Sitting Bull many quotes
Sitting Bull "IN MEMORY by Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner"
Sitting Bull picture and article
Sitting Bull short article
Sitting Bull-Indian Leaders nice article
Sleeping Wolf GUI-K'ATE (Wolf Lying Down, Sleeping Wolf) bio and photo
Paul Chaat Smith "one of the decade's leading voices on issues of American Indian art, identity, mass culture and politics"
Redbird Smith from Camden Station Elementary School
Spotted Tail his grave and story
Spotted Tail a recollection of him
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
Luther Standing Bear article and picture
Standing Bear of the Ponca Indians about the trial
Stone Forehead more from Camden
Boeda Strand lots of info and genealogy
Major General George T. Stringer bio and photo
Stumbling Bear photo and bio
Sunboy photo and bio
Bronson Cooper Sylestine (Tic-ca-Itche) principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians from 1936 to 1969
Tahchee from Camden Station Elementary School
Maria Tallchief from "Come Stand Among Great Women"
Tamahay as remembersed by Ohiyesa
Tamaque: The Peace Maker from Camden Station Elementary School
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"
Tecumseh pictures and history
Tecumseh History Page info, links and maps
Tecumseh picture, info & links
Tecumseh from A & E's Biography
The Teachings of Tecumseh 14 suggestions
Tecumseh his story
Tecumseh lots of info
Tecumseh painting and article
Tecumthe: His Role in the Cause and Conduct of the War of 1812 an exceptional site!
Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha from A & E
Kateri Tekakwitha (Lily of the Mohawks) nice page by Julia White
TEMPE chief of the Middle Coushatta Village
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 (Tenskwatawa) several pages of info
"The Prophet Indian" - Tenskwatawa a painting and brief bio
Tenskwatawa's eclipse a brief article on this prediction
Tenskwatawa a brief article and painting
Tenskwatawa from the "Miracle of the Day" site
The Prophet's Rock (Tenskwatawa) one in a series of pages from students at Battle Ground School (BGS)
The Prophet in Battle more from BGS
The Prophet's Drinking more from BGS
The Prophet's Eye more from BGS
The Prophet's Life and Name more from BGS
The Prophet's Visions more from BGS
Charles Martin Thompson (Sun-Kee) principal chief of the Alabama-Coushatta Indians from 1928 to 1935
Jim Thorpe: The Man about him
Jim Thorpe: Athlete of the Century Campaign about him and his sports activities
Jim Thorpe more about him
Jim Thorpe from A & E
Jim Thorpe House photo and basic info
Three Noted Chiefs of the Sioux about Sitting Bull, Gall & John Grass
Chief Thundercloud painting & short bio
Red Thunder Cloud, 76, Dies... about his life
Austin Ben Tincup Baseball's first millionaire, stats from CNN/SI
Tisquantum (Squanto) "Tisquantum was a native of the Patuxet tribe"
Tokamahamon "Tokamahamon was another Indian from the Wampanoag tribe"
Chief Toms "was grand captain of the Bidai Indians in 1755
Tomochichi Creek Chief
Henri de Tonti from HTO
TOWASH a chief of the Hainai Indians
Two Moon his grave is pictured, too
Two Strike by "Ohiyesa" (Charles A. Eastman)
Two Strike/Tashunkekokipapi (Sioux) as remembered by Ohiyesa
CHIEF TUSKALOOSA "The Chief of the Maubilians was Tuskaloosa"
Jos de Urrutia "captain general" of all the nations hostile to the Apaches
The Journey of Alvar Nunez Cabeza De Vaca written in 1542, he talks about his travels and the people he met
Urvashi Vaid "Indian-American lawyer and social activist"
Ots-Toch Van Slyke detials and genealogy
Pedro (Pierre) Vial "a remarkable pathfinder in the Spanish Southwest"
Victorio an Apache war chief
Voices from the Past quotes from: Andrew Ross, Babtiste Good, Black Elk, Cochise, Dan Katchongva, Dead Eyes, Delshay, Dragging Canoe, Eskiminzin, "Great White Father", Goyathlay, Heinmot Tooyalaket, Kangi Wiyaka, Kintpuash, Leon Shenendoah, Mahpiua Luta, Manuelito, Mato Gleska, Mato Noupa, Mawatani Hanska, Motavato, Naiinyanupi, Nicaagat, Ohcumgache, Ouray, Parra Wa Samen, Satanta, Shunka Witko, Shunkaha Napin, Sinte Galeshka, Standing Bear, Tahmelapashme, Tashunka Witko, Tatanka Yotanka, Tatoke Inyanke, Tonkahaska, Tecumseh, The Indian Helper, Wamditanka, Wanigi Ska, White Eagle, White Thunder, Woquini, Wovoka, Yellow Wolf
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"
Wapella, Chief of the Musquakees "He was one of the delegation led by Keokuk to Washington in 1837"
War Eagle a picture of his grave and a short story
Nancy Ward about the Cherokee's "Beloved Woman"
Nancy Ward "Beloved Woman of the Cherokees" from the "GCWHP"
Woman Spirit - Nancy Ward article by Julia White
Nancy Ward by SmithDRay
Ghigau, Beloved Woman (Nancy Ward) detailed biography
DESCENDANTS OF NANCY WARD long list of names and other info
Nancy Ward from the Watauga Historical Association
Warriors and Chiefs bios on Sitting Bull, Red Cloud and Curly
Chief Washakie picture and article on this SHOSHONI leader
Washington "An Arapaho Chief of good name and a peaceable man..."
William Weatherford brief bio
William Weatherford brief bio
William Weatherford brief bio
White Horse TSEN-T'ANITE (White Horse) bio and photo
Marcus and Narcissa Whitman a detailed look at these missionaries
Wicked Chief painting
Kaitchkona Winema info on this Modoc woman
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 "of the series Nobody's Girls "
Sarah Winnemucca from the NV Writer's Hall of Fame
Wintu Biographies several people listed here
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"
Wovoka (Jack Wilson) the Ghost Dance visionary
Wovoka - Prophet or Daemon? some quotes and a picture
Wovoka Paiute Prophet
Yoholo-Micco "The Chief accompanied the Creek delegation to Washington in the winter of 1825-26"
Zitkala-Sa "The Soft-Hearted Sioux"