Important American Indian Chiefs


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Certain Indian Chiefs gained wide fame and notoriety. In some cases the Chiefs helped settlers in a certain area and the county or city would be named for that person. In other cases the Chief led his braves in fighting the "white man" and is known for that activity.

Chief Seattle (Washington state)

Angelyne (Daughter of Chief Seattle)

Sitting Bull

Chief Oshkosh

Chief Keokuk (Iowa)

engraved portrait of Indian chief Waukesha (Wisconsin area)

Finial of Buckskin Charley

A beautiful bright cut engraved portrait of Chief Ouray of Colorado surrounded by blue enamel.
Click for details about this famous Ute indian chief.

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