This image, found in a Geography textbook, dates from 1890. This year saw the massacre at Wounded Knee, and with it, the conclusion of the Indian Wars.
Native groups depicted are the Apache, Sioux, Zuni, and Haidah, as well as a general designation for the Indians of South America.
At this time, the Apache lived in the southwestern United States; Geronimo is the most well-known member of this group. The Sioux lived on the prairie; their most famous member was Sitting Bull. The Zuni of the American southwest are better known as Pueblo Indians. The Haidah (or Haida) people are residents of Alaska and the Canadian province of British Columbia.
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