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Descendants of Cheyenne Chief Dull Knife, also known as Morning Star, who led the Cheyenne’s exodus in 1878 from Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) to a new Montana homeland.
Photo: by Chip Clark, courtesy of the Smithsonian Runner, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Harvest Dance at Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico
Photo: ©Marcia Keegan
Pueblo People, Ancient Traditions, Modern Lives, Marcia Keegan. Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico. www.clearlightbooks.com/marciakeegan/

AIRORF’s 1999 fundraising card
“Elements of Summer” © Dan Namingha, 1995
Dan Namingha has been a world-renowned artist for nearly thirty years. His works command unwavering respect for the earth, and spirit of his ancestry; this as the beautiful heritage is the heart of his creativity. www.namingha.com


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A fundraising card for Honor the Earth, 2003 - Ledger Art ©Donald Montileaux, Oglala Lakota, 2003
In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Indigenous Peoples in the Great Plains, including Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho, developed a unique and powerful medium to document their history: ledger drawings. Donald Montileaux is a master ledger artist following in the footsteps of his forefathers and foremothers. Honor the Earth Mission Statement: “Our mission is to create awareness and support for Native environmental issues and to develop needed financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable Native communities.” www.honorearth.org

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