Plains indians

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Plains Indians and discover their traditions, art, and history. Learn about their unique way of life and gain a deeper understanding of this vibrant Native American culture.

Close-up of painting at center of leather “Robe with Mythic Bird”, 1700-1740. From the Illinois Confederacy. On loan from Musée du quai Branly in Paris Installation view of “The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky” March 9 - May 10, 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, New York

Pan Ronner
Native American Beadwork, Native American Indians, Indiana, American Crafts, Native Americans, Native American Artifacts, Plains Indians, Native American Crafts, American Indians

Show includes a pony beaded Blackfeet dress circa 1840, an Athapascan tunic, leggings, gloves, circa 1880, a Lakota shirt circa 1890, an Apache shirt de-accessioned from the Denver Art Museum, a Lakota boy's shirt circa 1890, as well as a collection of Ce

Brian Brodie
Native American Indians, Indiana, Wyoming, India, American Indian Wars, American Indians, American War, American West, Native American Warrior

from original paintings by Bryan Fosten. Red Cloud - Chief of the Oglala Sioux, Officer - 5th United States Cavalry, 1868. Red Cloud (1822-1909) was an eminent chief of the Oglala Teton Sioux. He opposed the construction of army forts along the Bozeman Trail in Wyoming, and in December 1866 wiped out a force of eighty men commanded by Captain Fetterman near Fort Phil Kearny. The following year Red Cloud's warriors were defeated by men of the 27th Infantry armed with newly issued…