North america's originals: the native american indians

This Virtual Art Gallery includes representations of the Native American Indians. You will have a clear visual on their movement across North America, their struggles, the way they hunted to survive, and their encounters with American Pioneers, also known as "The White Man", that was on their way to settle in a "New Found Land".

In this painting, a tribe of Native American Indians prepare themselves for the season by doing a ceremonial Rain Dance to bring good vibes to their harvest. The dance is known as the Rain Dance. Unknown to to most on why they performed such ceremony because it also takes the sun to help grow crops, it is still performed to this day as a motivation to be able to call in the spirits from above to help them grow their crops.
In this painting, a Native American Indian is equipped with a rifle as he guards an American Pioneer as a prisoner. Bounding him with rope to stakes in the ground was a way to torture the white man in the sun extreme heat for trespassing on their land.
In this painting, describes a hardship or struggle for the Native American Indians. Not letting anything go to waste, they used every part of the buffalo for food, clothing, and decoys. The Native American Indians kept a good eye out on herds of buffalo so they can have a quick resource for food and clothing. This is a good representation on the downfall amongst the Native American Indians. They buffalo slowly depleted between killing them for food, being stolen from other tribes, the American Pioneers, sold, traded, or the buffalo would get sick and eventually die.
In this painting, a Native American Indian is painting a piece of pottery that he sculpted. This was a way for him to express himself through craftsmanship, values, and a way to pass time.
In this painting, a Native American Indian sets off on a journey to capture food for his tribe. Unknown about the time of his journey, he is fully equipped and prepared for any situation in his path.
In this painting, shows a good representation of an Native American Indian by a side view or profile. The main features are his bridged nose, squared jawline and braided long black hair.
In this painting, shows an Native American Indian set on a journey across the land. While riding on a strong horse, he is equipped with a rifle in case of running into any danger or in need of food.
In this painting, a group of Native American Indians are determined to kill buffalos for the survival of their tribe. Using spears, they have to approach the buffalo on horseback to make the kill.
In this painting, represents the profiles of several Native American Indian Chiefs from different tribes. Their jewelry, hair, and clothing gives them the image of a position of importance or power.
In this painting, Apache Warriors are approaching a cliff on horseback as they creep through the battlefield. The Apache Warrior in the front is their main eyes as he scouts in search for the enemy.
In this painting, Native American Indians are producing a medicine in order to take care of the sick or wounded throughout their tribe. Native American Indians are known for their spiritual remedies.
In this painting, is a profile of what appears to be a Native American Indian Chief. From years of battling the American Pioneers, pain and suffering brought to his tribe is defined clearly on his face.
In this painting, Native American Indians set sail across the waters with the daughter of an important American Pioneer, Daniel Boone. Unknown what the Native American Indians intentions were with his daughter, Daniel Boone gather other American Pioneers to engage the Native American Indians in a battle in an attempt to rescue his daughter and get her some safe. The end results left the Native American Indians in retreat.
In this painting, Native American Indians make an attempt to hunt buffalo in means of survival. Not looking good for one of the hunters, as a buffalo charges him in defense to saving his own life.
In this painting, Native American Indians are equipped with rifles while riding on horseback. Gaining the upper hand on their enemy, the American Pioneers, they scale the paths along cliffs through the mountain tops.
In this painting, Native American Indians are determined to find food for their tribe to survive. Equipped with spears and riding on horseback, they keep a low profile as they search for buffalo to kill.
In this painting, Native American Indians are keeping a low profile in their hunt for food. Equipped with rifles and wearing proper clothing for the weather, they patiently wait with discipline as they're ready to engage and kill an elk.
In this painting, Native American Indians are found on horseback as they are disguised as buffalo. As the horses graze naturally through the field, the Native American Indians patiently wait for a buffalo to kill for food.
In this painting, a Native American Indian family or tribe is sticking closely together as they are set on a journey across the land. Equipped with spears as weapons, they are able to fight off anyone they encounter who is wanting to put them in harms way. Riding on horseback allowed them to gain ground faster.
In this painting, Native American Indian women are found riding on horseback as they move across the land. With their children strapped to their backs, equipped with spears for protection and guard dogs for security, they are fully prepared to engage their enemy and advance their way into new territory.
In this painting, a group of Native American Indians are advancing an attack on a convoy of wagons of American Pioneers that's traveling across the land to settle. The Native American Indians are equipped with their heaviest weaponry, Tomahawks and bows and arrows. The settlers were fully prepared as well for any attack, which they are equipped with rifles to defend themselves.
In this drawing, Native American Indians are found setting a restoration or a new found alliance with the American Pioneers. From gaining friendship with the American Pioneers, the Native American Indians made it possible to be able to start a barter system to acquire the weapons the settlers were using. Since the reconciliation, the Native American Indians and the American Settlers were able to open new opportunities to gain from.
In this painting, represents one of many settled pieces of land formed by the Native American Indians. By living next to a resource of water, they were able to use that to their advantage by being able to use the water for drinking, cooking, and bathing. They were also able to use the water as a way to commute from one play to another by boats.
In this painting, Native American Indians are found gathered around a woman and her child. Equipped with weapons raised above their head, they chant and dance around the woman and her child as a ritual before they perform a scalping to the captives. Scalping was a way to show intimidation to their enemies.
In this painting, Native American Indians are charging hard into battle on horseback. Equipped with bows and arrows, shields, and spears, they show no fear as they are on a one-track mind to kill their enemies.
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