Native Drawings
Brothers
BROTHERS

Tyson & Koleton Lone Bear:
Tyson is a direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre. He is Arapaho/Shoshone whose Indian name is Wox Beheit (Red Bear). Eight years old in this picture he has maintained a perfect attendance record in school with an A average on the honor roll for four years straight. He likes to play games; watch cartons; play flag football & basketball; ride bicycles in the neighborhood on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Central Wyoming near Riverton, WY.

Koleton Indian name is Hinow Hononoieno’ (Indian Paint). Koleton likes cartoons; jumping on the trampoline doing flips and helps his dad gather and chop wood for the winter.

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Mad
MAD

A Native American girl attending the 2001 Denver March Pow Wow.

Seeks a moment to herself within eyesight of her mother. She appears to have strong feelings about something.

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Kids
KIDS

Ruth O’Neal; Charlie O’Neal; Nicole Lee
Ruth O’Neal (bottom left) brother Charlie O’Neal (top center) are direct descendants of Big Foot, a brother to Chief Black Kettle of the Arapahos in the Sand Creek Battle massacre. Ruth’s Indian name is Be’enoo Be’eih sei (Red Turtle Woman) and is 10–years old in this drawing. Charlie’s Indian name is Heces Koo’oh (Little Coyote) and is 6 years old in this drawing.

Nicole Lee (bottom right) is Northern Arapaho whose Indian name is Be’eih sei (Red Woman). She speaks Arapaho. She understands and respects the Indian way of life. Here she is 7-years old and in the Indian Village at Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2002 wearing Jingle Dress. Nicole attends Pow Wows competing as a Jingle Dress Dancer and singing Pow Wow music.

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Playing Spider-Man
PLAYING SPIDER MAN

Martin Armajo Jr.
He is Arapaho/Crow whose Indian name is Henéécee (Buffalo Bull). Martin is 3–years–old in this picture where he is attending Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2002 playing Spider–Man while his grandfather was performing in the Indian Village. Born in Lander, WY in 1999. Martin loves to sing Indian Pow Wow songs with his grandfather FrankArmajo who taught him how to sing. He loves to drum with grandfather on his Indian hand drum and dances Men’s traditional and Men’s Grass Dance since he could walk.

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Stick Horse
STICK HORSE
 
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Surprised
SURPRISED

Martin Armajo Jr.
He is Arapaho/Crow whose Indian name is Henéécee (Buffalo Bull). Martin is 3–years–old in this picture where he is attending Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2002 playing Spider–Man while his grandfather was performing in the Indian Village. Born in Lander, WY in 1999. Martin loves to sing Indian Pow Wow songs with his grandfather FrankArmajo who taught him how to sing. He loves to drum with grandfather on his Indian hand drum and dances Men’s traditional and Men’s Grass Dance since he could walk.

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Stanley Charlie
STANLEY CHARLIE
 
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Singing Song
SINGING SONG

Darrell Lone Bear
Darrell is a direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre.

He’s a Northern Arapaho/Sioux whose Indian name is Wox Nii Sei (Lone Bear). Darrell was born in a frame tent near the banks of the Big Wind River south of Riverton, WY. It’s near the area of the 1838 fur trapper/traders rendezvous sight. Darrell is a speaker and men’s traditional dancer performing across the country including 2002 Olympics in SLC. His face has been drawn and sculpted by famous artists around the world. He was the featured actor in TV commercial Kellogg’s Sugar Smacks cereal in 1971 and Heileman Brewing Company beer. Darrell has lived and worked on the Wind River reservation most of his life.

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Breastplate
BREASTPLATE

Darrell Lone Bear
Darrell is a direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre.

He’s a Northern Arapaho/Sioux whose Indian name is Wox Nii Sei (Lone Bear). Darrell was born in a frame tent near the banks of the Big Wind River south of Riverton, WY. It’s near the area of the 1838 fur trapper/traders rendezvous sight. Darrell is a speaker and men’s traditional dancer performing across the country including 2002 Olympics in SLC. His face has been drawn and sculpted by famous artists around the world. He was the featured actor in TV commercial Kellogg’s Sugar Smacks cereal in 1971 and Heileman Brewing Company beer. Darrell has lived and worked on the Wind River reservation most of his life. !

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Sad
SAD
 
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The Kiss
THE KISS

Darrell Lone Bear Jr.
He is Arapaho/Shoshone also known as Sun Man and is direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre.

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Headdress
HEADDRESS

Darrell Lone Bear
Darrell is a direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre.

He’s a Northern Arapaho/Sioux whose Indian name is Wox Nii Sei (Lone Bear). Darrell was born in a frame tent near the banks of the Big Wind River south of Riverton, WY. It’s near the area of the 1838 fur trapper/traders rendezvous sight. Darrell is a speaker and men’s traditional dancer performing across the country including 2002 Olympics in SLC. His face has been drawn and sculpted by famous artists around the world. He was the featured actor in TV commercial Kellogg’s Sugar Smacks cereal in 1971 and Heileman Brewing Company beer. Darrell has lived and worked on the Wind River reservation most of his life.

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Getting Ready
GETTING READY

Darrell Lone Bear
Darrell is a direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre.

He’s a Northern Arapaho/Sioux whose Indian name is Wox Nii Sei (Lone Bear). Darrell was born in a frame tent near the banks of the Big Wind River south of Riverton, WY. It’s near the area of the 1838 fur trapper/traders rendezvous sight. Darrell is a speaker and men’s traditional dancer performing across the country including 2002 Olympics in SLC. His face has been drawn and sculpted by famous artists around the world. He was the featured actor in TV commercial Kellogg’s Sugar Smacks cereal in 1971 and Heileman Brewing Company beer. Darrell has lived and worked on the Wind River reservation most of his life. !

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Couple
COUPLE
 
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Reading
READING

Darrell Lone Bear
Darrell is a direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre.

He’s a Northern Arapaho/Sioux whose Indian name is Wox Nii Sei (Lone Bear). Darrell was born in a frame tent near the banks of the Big Wind River south of Riverton, WY. It’s near the area of the 1838 fur trapper/traders rendezvous sight. Darrell is a speaker and men’s traditional dancer performing across the country including 2002 Olympics in SLC. His face has been drawn and sculpted by famous artists around the world. He was the featured actor in TV commercial Kellogg’s Sugar Smacks cereal in 1971 and Heileman Brewing Company beer. Darrell has lived and worked on the Wind River reservation most of his life. !

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Big Sexy
BIG SEXY

Allesandro Shoyo
He is Eastern Shoshone & Cree aka Big Sexy. He is a singer/songwriter in a drum group singing & performing Native American songs.

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Black Eagle
BLACK EAGLE

Darrell Lone Bear
Darrell is a direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre.

He’s a Northern Arapaho/Sioux whose Indian name is Wox Nii Sei (Lone Bear). Darrell was born in a frame tent near the banks of the Big Wind River south of Riverton, WY. It’s near the area of the 1838 fur trapper/traders rendezvous sight. Darrell is a speaker and men’s traditional dancer performing across the country including 2002 Olympics in SLC. His face has been drawn and sculpted by famous artists around the world. He was the featured actor in TV commercial Kellogg’s Sugar Smacks cereal in 1971 and Heileman Brewing Company beer. Darrell has lived and worked on the Wind River reservation most of his life. !

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In Bed
IN BED

Darrell Lone Bear
Darrell is a direct descendant from the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre.

He’s a Northern Arapaho/Sioux whose Indian name is Wox Nii Sei (Lone Bear). Darrell was born in a frame tent near the banks of the Big Wind River south of Riverton, WY. It’s near the area of the 1838 fur trapper/traders rendezvous sight. Darrell is a speaker and men’s traditional dancer performing across the country including 2002 Olympics in SLC. His face has been drawn and sculpted by famous artists around the world. He was the featured actor in TV commercial Kellogg’s Sugar Smacks cereal in 1971 and Heileman Brewing Company beer. Darrell has lived and worked on the Wind River reservation most of his life. !

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