Do you want to know who the genuine Americans are? You have to understand that this is a critical issue and when discussing it, you have to be careful are there are lots of different views and opinions. But, there is one thing we all can agree on that this photo collection, never revealed before, will highlight the people between the 1800s and the early 1900s. The stories behind this historic reveal are relatively endless. Some parts of the historical stories are painful, some terrifying, some happy, and a lot with life experiences and lessons you can learn from. As you read on, you will be fascinated with the numerous details that were in hiding and could very well be a rich aspect in the way America views itself and operate in general.
Chief Wolf Robe, 1899
Chief Wolf Robe was the leader of the southern Cheyenne Indian Tribe in the 1800s. He was awarded the Benjamin Harrison Peace Medal in 1890 as he played an integral role in the Cherokee Commission. History also has him as one of the most respected and cherished tribe leaders of Cheyenne. His contribution is relatively great, and with everything that the US government did to his people, he influenced them to find it in their hearts to forgive them.
Joe Medicine Crow (1913-2016)
Joe Medicine Crow cemented his name in history as he waged war against the Nazis during the second world war. During the war, he wore his war paints – two red stripes on his arm and a yellow-painted eagle feather under his helmet, the eagle which was a sacred mark. He was successful in capturing an enemy’s weapon, touching an enemy without hurting or killing them, taking an enemy’s horse, and lead out a war party. He died at 102 years old.