Pottowatomie Indians. Group portrait of Potawatomi Indians, including men, women, and children, gathered for a special occasion at Rush Lake Mission near Watervliet, Michigan, Sept. 4, 1906. Wis-Ki-Ge-Amatyuk, hereditary Principal Pipe carrier and ritural leader of the Potawatomi Indians, sits at center holding traditional Potawatomi pipes. Wis-Ki-Ge-Amatyuk was also known by his American name, John Buckshot. The young boy sitting at his knee and eating an ice cream cone is his son, James Wahb-no-sah. PottowatomieIndians_LC_32033
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