North America

Tapirapé woman .by Alexander Christopher

Tapirapé Girl [Body Painting]

 

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Stunning Portraits of Cayuse People From The Early 1900s

http://www.whitewolfpack.com/2016/09/stunning-portraits-of-cayuse-people.html

Originally located in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. The Cayuse placed a high premium on warfare and were skilled horsemen, often using their horse-riding prowess to intimidate enemies.

The Cayuse called themselves the Liksiyu in the Cayuse language. They developed the Cayuse pony.

The Cayuse were known for their bravery and as horsemen. They bred their ponies for speed and endurance, developing what is now called the Cayuse horse.

Originally Cayuse clothes were made of shredded cedar bark, deerskin, or rabbit skin. However with the influence of the Great plains tribes they began to use buffalo hides to make their clothes. The clothes worn by the men varied according to the season but generally they wore breechcloths and leggings, shirts, moccasins and robes. Blankets and gloves were frequently used to keep out the cold. It was customary to decorate their clothes with fringes.

Breastplates were worn for decoration purposes as were armbands, wristbands and anklets. Headdresses were made of feathers, some used a ‘standup’ design of headdresses others were magnificent feather headdresses that trailed to the floor. The Cayuse horseman wears a halo style headdress with bison horns. Their hair was kept long and decorated with beads and plaits for special occasions.

The women of the Cayuse tribe wore long dresses that covered them from the neck to their ankles. The women also wore knee length moccasins during the winter. Cayuse Clothes were decorated with beads made from a variety of materials that included shells, pebbles, claws, bones, nuts, seeds, porcupine quills, horns, pieces of metal and bird talons.

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art_of_arts: ИНДЕЙЦЫ POMO, WASHOE, MAIDU, KLAMATH/MODOC, HUPA/KAROK/YUROK

art_of_arts: ИНДЕЙЦЫ POMO, WASHOE, MAIDU, KLAMATH/MODOC, HUPA/KAROK/YUROK.

Пишет Arthur Kalmeyer (art_of_arts)

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