Beautiful Native American Women – The Top 10 List

Beautiful Native American Women: The people who first discovered America and started living in it are the American Natives. The original inhabitants of the great country, America, refer to themselves vary by generation and region. With many of the old natives, refers them as Indian native or American native. The Native Americans had struggled a lot to keep their foot hold on this country. They trusted the new bees coming and suffered badly. The women went through tough battles and passed the cave with a strong believe. The United States cannot simply forget the history and in the honor had organized a Thanksgiving season.

Beautiful Native American Women

The Most Beautiful Native American Women are:

1- Sacheen Littlefeather

Sacheen was born in November 14, 1946. She is an active member of Native American civil rights. Sacheen gave a speech at 45th Academy Awards which was actually a protest for the Native American rights. Littlefeather is a well-known civil rights activist most famous for Sacheen controversial Oscar Speech.

2- Georgina Lightning

Lightning was born in Canada who is a screen writer, director and actress and was raised off the reservation. Lightning was inspired much by the stories she heard from the family members and friends. She is an outspoken advocate, working for the awareness and appreciation for the culture of society and intrinsic value of North America.

3- Crystle Lightning

Lightning was born in February 5, 1981 in Edmonton. She is a famous Canadian actress and musician. Lightning is best known for her acting in the film with the hip hop group. She is daughter of famous director Georgina Lightning with a dual citizenship of USA and Canada. Lightning is a clear bolt of penetrating energy.

4- Cher (Cherokee ancestry)

Cher was in born in May 20, 1946 in California. She is a fashion personality with the multitude of singer and actor. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress for Moonstruck (1987).  Cher has this Native American logo from her mother side. Cher is a bestselling singer and philanthropist.

5- Nikki Bishop

Native American Model Nikki Bishop, born in, June 27, 1973 in Australia. Currently, she is a Head of Global Field Service and Digital Operation at Siemens. Nikki is the guardians and always helps others to achieve their goals through mentoring, networking and friendship. She helps in the positive way by both personally and professionally. Nikki Bishop is a model and member of the Shawnee nation.

6- Tonantzín Carmelo (Tongva and Kumeyaay)

 Tonantzin is an American actress. She grew up performing in Native American dance troupe led by her mother. Tonantzin started her career as a Native dancer and musician. Tonantzin is in the national commercials and starred in the feature film King Rikki. On January 5, 2006, she was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries for her performance. Tonantzín provided the voice and character design of horror video game, Dead Space. In her spare time, she uses to sings lead and backup vocals with the band, Tio Del Alma.

7- Radmilla Cody (Navajo)

Cody is a Navajo model, multiple American Native award winning singer, and anti domestic violence activist. She was the 46th Miss Navajo. A survivor of the domestic violence, she advocates strongly against the epidemic violence. She also served 21 months jail.

Recently, Radmilla was awarded the “Black History Makers Award 2012” from Initiative Radio and was selected as the first Native American awards presented at the 55th Grammy Awards Ceremony.

8- Te Ata Fisher (Chicksaw Nation)

Te Ata was born in December 3, 1895 in Oklahoma. She is famous actress and belongs to the Chicksaw Nation because of telling the American Native stories. She performed before Franklin D. Roosevelt at state dinners. In 1987 she was named Oklahoma’s First State Treasure. Te Ata set her sights on Broadway and what she thought was a dream come true. Her career spans was over 60 years, she gathered hundreds of stories from different tribes. She was the niece of last governor of Chicksaw Nation and had many notable friends. Te Ata’s life and likeness has been published in different magazines, plays and books. Te Ata died in Oklahoma City on October 26, 1995. Her legacy is continued through her family.

9- Zitkala-Sa (Daota)

Zitkala was born in February 22, 1876 in Dakota. She is best known as a writer, editor, musician, teacher, and political activist. Her late work brings traditional Native American stories to be widespread. She was a co-founder of the National Council of American Indians in 1926 to lobby for rights to United States citizenship and civil rights. A woman of Sioux and European descent, Zitkala, was a writer and activist who with her chronic struggles with self-identity as a young girl and wrote about the difficulties of walking a fine line between two cultures. She was one of the first Native Americans to bring traditional native stories to a wider European audience. Her main aims were subjected towards the creatively and politically explained the historic traditions of Native American tribes. She died at the age of 61 on January 26, 1938 in Washington.

10- Louise Erdrich (Ojibwe and Chippewa)

Karen Louise Erdrich was born in June 7, 1954 in Minnesota. She is an American author, novel writer, poetry, and children’s book featuring Native American characters and settings. Karen Louise Erdrich is an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, a band of the Anishinaabe (also known as Ojibwe and Chippewa). She was excellent lady! Excellent worker! I see none better than this woman. Erdrich and her staff consider Birchbark Books to be a “teaching bookstore”. Erdrich is an award winning fiction writer and owner of the famous Birchbark Books in Minneapolis.

Beautiful Native American Women – The Top 10 List

  1. Sacheen Littlefeather
  2. Georgina Lightning
  3. Crystle Lightning
  4. Cher (Cherokee ancestry):
  5. Nikki Bishop
  6. Tonantzín Carmelo
  7. Radmilla Cody (Navajo)
  8. Te Ata Fisher
  9. Zitkala-Sa (Daota)
  10. Louise Erdrich
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