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Sioux Indian in feather headdress

Updated Feb 11, 2024
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Sioux Indian in feather headdress
This striking Native American photo is of Plenty Holes. Plenty Holes (makes me wonder how in the world he got this name) was a member of the Sioux tribe.

This portrait of Plenty Holes shows him in his full feather headdress and bone breast piece. Interesting note, Native Americans actually wore feathers in their hair/headdress to keep the sun out of their eyes.
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This is a truly stunning Native American photo.
Pride of person personified!
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