SELF PORTRAIT IN MY 40S
[Image ID: self-portrait, using colored pencils, of Iron Thunderhorse in the 1980’s as a 40 year old man with long, partially braided, dark brown hair, looking directly forward. Iron is wearing a green headband with a red emblem in the middle on his forehead. Blue emeralds, each pointing to a corner of the portrait, are located in the four corners of the portrait. A golden oval at the top of the portrait states “Iron Thunderhorse,” while a golden oval at the bottom of the portrait states “Quinnipiac.” Each golden oval is surrounded by two horses with an arrow beneath each horse.]
WEREGUN “THE EAGLE”
[Image ID: an eagle, painted with watercolors and colored pencils, facing to the side with its head turned left, towards the reader. Only its left eye is shown. The eagle is shaded a brownish red, and its body is covered in feathers. The eagle appears on a navy blue background.]
OPERAMOCK-KOMMUK “FISH CAMP”
[Image ID: a landscape painting of the Long Island Sound, circa 1500-1650, using water colors. In the front of the picture, there is a fire with orange-red flames on the left side and a white boat with a paddle on the right side. There is a body of water that appears like a river in the background and a person in a paddle boat on the water. The sun appears to be setting behind a mountain in the back of the landscape picture.]
INK SKETCH OF ALGONQUIN PETROGLYPH
[Image ID: Ink sketch of Algonquian Petroglyph symbolizing ancestral maritime heritage. Eight people appear horizontally on a canoe. Four fish in the shape of a diamond are located under the boat.]
[Image ID: a picture of a horse in the middle of the picture, blowing steam out of its nostrils, standing on bubbled letters of “Iron Thunderhorse,” with thunderbolts coming out of the letters. Displayed on a navy blue background and a circle of yellow with a green outline right behind the horse. The words “Activist & Advocate – Artist & Author” are located in the bottom-center of the picture.]
As long as the drum beats, As long as the river runs, We will sing the songs of our people.
You cannot harm me you cannot do harm to someone who has seen visions of the spirits
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Remember The Ancestors Remember Our Homeland Remember We Have the Power Of Transformation.