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Native american horses

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Native american horses. Get inspired and try out new things.
Katie Harris Happy Canyon descendant of Mitaat Weptas

Each week, National Geographic publishes hundreds of powerful images online. Here are 10 pictures from the past week that stood out to our photo editors.

Sabella's Journey  - Chapter 2

PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS: The Cheyenne Warrior ---------- As a baby, Sabella, was left abandoned on a stranger's doorstep. With open arms, the family took her in and raised her as one of their own. As the years went by, her adopted mother died, leaving the family broken. From one tragedy came another. They were no longer able to sustain the hardships that soon followed, which prompted them to leave the only home they knew of in search of a better life. Joining up with a wagon train, they left in…

Indian Warhorse Paint

For Native Americans, painting a warhorse was a sacred act that held power not only in the paints made from Nature but the painted symbols, too. In Native American cultures, horses meant power, wealth and survival. To paint a horse for battle or for a buffalo hunt was a sacred act, believed to enhance power for both horse and rider—spiritually and physically. It was serious business and could mean life or death. Although the symbolism of war horse painting was not monolithic across native…

Meet Picasso: America’s Most Famous Wild Horse - Horsey Hooves

Find out why the wild stallion known as Picasso has earned himself the title of America’s most famous wild horse for obvious reasons.

Painting found through http://anthropologylover.wordpress.com/2013/02/09/native-american-face-paint-customs-colors-designs/ crediting K Henderson as the artist.

For thousands of years, cultural groups from all over the world have participated in ceremonial face painting for a variety of reasons. However, the amount of available scholarly information…