Nice Girl Scarf photos

By | July 5, 2018

A few nice girl scarf images I found:

Image from page 46 of “Indian history for young folks” (1919)
girl scarf
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Identifier: indianhistoryfor00drak
Title: Indian history for young folks
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Drake, Francis S. (Francis Samuel), 1828-1885 Dowd, Francis Joseph, 1876-
Subjects: Indians of North America Indians of North America — Wars
Publisher: New York London : Harper & Brothers
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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Text Appearing Before Image:
THE INDIANS AT HOME. friends, who are drawn up in two ranks. Here lie is placed upon oneknee, his bow and arrow in his hand, when the Malinchi, a handsomelyattired young girl, commences the dance. From her right wrist hangs theskin of a silver-gray fox, and bells that jingle with every motion are fixedat the end of her embroidered scarf. At first she dances along the line in front, and by her movements showsthat she is describing the war-path. Slowly and steadily she pursues ; sud-denly her step quickens; she has come in sight of the enemy. The bravefollows her with his eye, and, by the motion of his head, implies that sheis right. She dances faster and faster; suddenly she seizes an arrow fromhim, and now by her frantic gestures it is plain that the fight has begunin earnest. She points with the arrow, shows how it wings its course, J I A f ^*=*1£2? ••;-»•,

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WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE AMERICAN INDIAN. 35 how the scalp was taken and her tribe victorious. As she concludes thedance and returns the arrow to the brave, fire-arms are discharged, and thewhole party wend thair way to the public square to make room for otherparties, who keep up the dance until dark. Boys were trained from infancy to feats of dexterity and courage, gain-ing a name and a position only on returning from a warlike expedition.A feast was always given for a boys first success in the chase. A spiritof emulation and a thirst for glory was awakened in him by stories of theexploits of his ancestors. As soon as he was old enough, he travelled thewar-path that he might earn the feather of the war-eagle for his hair, andboast of his exploits in the great war-dance and feast of his band. War was the Indians chief delight and glory, and between many ofthe tribes it was of constant occurrence. When a war was about to breakout, some leading chief would paint himself black all over and

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The girl with the green dupatta
girl scarf
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