Pawnee family •

Standing in front of their lodge in Loup, Nebraska, this family are from the Pawnee people. The Pawnee tribe lived around Nebraska’s Platte River – often in earthen lodges, though they moved to teepees while hunting buffalo. Nowadays, however, you’re more likely to find these indigenous people further north in the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma. Another 3,000 Pawnee Native Americans are scattered about the wider continent. Photo Credit: William Henry Jackson/Getty Images

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