Chief Joseph. (There's a lesson here for everyone one of us, regardless of heritage.)

Chief Joseph. (There's a lesson here for everyone one of us, regardless of heritage.)

The Appaloosa, these horses are particularly prized by the Nez Perce Indians! Gorgeous!

The Appaloosa, these horses are particularly prized by the Nez Perce Indians! Gorgeous!

Chief Joseph and family.  “Look into Chief Joseph’s face. What was he thinking and feeling at that moment? I believe this photograph is one of the most revealing portraits in our collection. You can see great dignity, pride, intelligence, and sadness in Joseph’s face and body language as well as tension, and perhaps some anger.” - Elaine Miller

Chief Joseph and family. “Look into Chief Joseph’s face. What was he thinking and feeling at that moment? I believe this photograph is one of the most revealing portraits in our collection. You can see great dignity, pride, intelligence, and sadness in Joseph’s face and body language as well as tension, and perhaps some anger.” - Elaine Miller

Nez Perce baby in cradleboard, 1911. Nez Perce people. Nimi'ipuu, which means the "real people" or "we the people." Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Nez Perce baby in cradleboard, 1911. Nez Perce people. Nimi'ipuu, which means the "real people" or "we the people." Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Chief.Joseph.Band.1877.  Chiefs Joseph,    Looking Glass and White Bird in spring of 1877.  Nez Perce War-250 Warriors

Chief.Joseph.Band.1877. Chiefs Joseph, Looking Glass and White Bird in spring of 1877. Nez Perce War-250 Warriors

Appaloosa: The Appaloosa is a product of the Nez Perce people. They started breeding them in the 18th century in Oregon and Idaho.

Appaloosa: The Appaloosa is a product of the Nez Perce people. They started breeding them in the 18th century in Oregon and Idaho.

Wearable art of the early 1900's. Beautifully beaded Nez Perce Moccasins, c. 1910s-20s

Wearable art of the early 1900's. Beautifully beaded Nez Perce Moccasins, c. 1910s-20s

Nez Perce beaded shirt - Nez Perce people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nez Perce beaded shirt - Nez Perce people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Tribal Flag has long been an important priority of the Nez Perce (nɛzˈpɜrs) tribe. The Flag does provide a symbol of sovereignty and perhaps; more importantly, of SURVIVAL!  There are many Tribal Members who have supported the concept of a Tribal Flag, both past and present.   The design of the Flag, however became more important due to an amendment to the Constitution of the Nez Perce Tribe.

The Tribal Flag has long been an important priority of the Nez Perce (nɛzˈpɜrs) tribe. The Flag does provide a symbol of sovereignty and perhaps; more importantly, of SURVIVAL! There are many Tribal Members who have supported the concept of a Tribal Flag, both past and present. The design of the Flag, however became more important due to an amendment to the Constitution of the Nez Perce Tribe.

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