HISTORY GALLERY

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Berber Pirate

The soldiers assigned to Ottoman ships were called Levend at least until the 17th century...

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Blackfoot Indian

The Blackfeet were a confederacy of Algonquian-speaking tribes: the Siksika...

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François L'Olonnais

François L'Olonnais was one of the most notorious buccaneers in history...

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Freebooter

The sea-combat tactic was based on the sighting...

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Freebooter

The sea-combat tactic was based on the sighting...

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Indian with Eagle

In the Native Americans’ religion there are a lot of symbolic, mythological, spiritual, and bellicose significances...

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Indian Scout

During the conflict against the hostile Natives’ tribes, which began in 1865 and continued in the following years...

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Iroquois Warrior

According to tradition, c. 1570, five tribes, who inhabited the territory around the lake Ontario...

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Noble Sioux Warrior

The word Sioux, which means “less than a snake”, was first used by the Algonquians in a derogatory...

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Pawnee Warrior

The image that has been handed down to us about the Pawnee Nation is the one of a tribe of "Bad Indians"...

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Quartermaster

The term “Quartermaster” derives from the Dutch word kwartiermeester that means "master of the quarters"...