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Red Wing (I) (1873–1974)

Red Wing was born on February 13, 1884 on the Winnebago Reservation, Nebraska, USA as Lillian St. Cyr. Her parents were Julia De Cora (Winnebago) and Mitchell St. Cyr (French Canadian and Sauk). She was graduated in 1902 from the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania. Red Wing was an actress famous for her starring role in Hollywood's ... See full bio »

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 1921 White Oak (uncredited)
 1916 Ramona
Ramona's Mother (as Princess Red Wing)
 1915 Fighting Bob
Carmen (as Miss Redwing)
 1914 In the Days of the Thundering Herd (Short)
Starlight
 1914 The Squaw Man
Nat-U-Ritch (as Princess Red Wing)
 1914 Down Lone Gap Way (Short)
 1913 By the Two Oak Trees (Short)
Rosa
 1913 An Indian Don Juan (Short)
Red Wing
 1913 A Break for Freedom (Short)
Red Wing
 1913 The Prairie Trail (Short)
Red Wing
 1913 An Indian's Honor (Short) (as Redwing)
 1913/III The Struggle (Short) (as Princess Red Wing)
 1913 General Scott's Protégé (Short)
Red Wing
 1913 The Pioneer's Recompense (Short)
 1913 The Bear Hunter (Short)
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 1913 The Unfilled Oath (Short)
 1913/I The Frame-Up (Short)
Long Snake's Squaw
 1912 The Horse Thieves (Short)
 1912 Silver Moon's Rescue (Short)
Silver Moon
 1912 The Penalty Paid (Short)
The Chief's Daughter - Black Hawk's Squaw (as Princess Red Wing)
 1912 Silver Wing's Two Suitors (Short)
Silver Wing (unconfirmed)
 1912 The Unwilling Bride (Short)
The Indian Chief's Daughter (as Princess Red Wing)
 1912 The Wooing of White Fawn (Short)
White Fawn
 1912 The Squaw Man's Sweetheart (Short)
The Squaw Man's Sweetheart (as Princess Red Wing)
 1912 A Redskin's Appeal (Short)
Lola (as Princess Red Wing)
 1912 A Victim of Fire Water (Short)
 1912 As Told by Princess Bess (Short) (as Princess Red Wing)
 1911 Western Postmistress (Short)
The Indian Messenger
 1911 A Sioux Lover's Strategy (Short)
The Sioux's Sweetheart
 1911 Starlight's Necklace (Short)
Starlight
 1911 An Up-to-Date Squaw (Short)
The Indian Squaw (unconfirmed)
 1911 Lone Star's Return (Short)
Laughing Eyes
 1911 Little Dove's Romance (Short)
Little Dove
 1911 Red Deer's Devotion (Short)
An Indian Maiden (as Princess Red Wing)
 1910 An Indian's Elopement (Short)
Blue Feather
 1910 A Sioux's Reward (Short)
Minnahaha
 1910 An Indian Maiden's Choice (Short)
Fawn
 1910 The Flight of Red Wing (Short)
Red Wing
 1910 Red Wing and the White Girl (Short)
Red Wing
 1910 A Red Girl's Friendship (Short)
 1910 For the Love of Red Wing (Short)
Red Wing
 1910 The Red Girl and the Child (Short) (as Princess Red Wing)
 1910 Red Fern and the Kid (Short)
Red Fern
 1910 The Mexican's Jealousy (Short)
 1910 The Girl from Arizona (Short)
 1910 Love and Money (Short)
 1910 Red Wing's Constancy (Short)
Red Wing
 1910 Red Wing's Loyalty (Short)
Red Wing
 1910 The Indian and the Cowgirl (Short)
The Cowgirl
 1910 Red Girl's Romance (Short)
 1909 An Indian's Bride (Short)
 1909 Iona, the White Squaw (Short)
Iona (unconfirmed)
 1909 Red Wing's Gratitude (Short)
Red Wing
 1909 A Squaw's Sacrifice (Short)
 1909 The Mended Lute (Short)
Indian
 1909 A Cowboy's Narrow Escape (Short)
 1909 The Falling Arrow (Short) (as Princess Red Wing)
 1908 The White Squaw (Short) (as Princess Red Wing)
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Alternate Names:

Miss Redwing | Redwing | Princess Red Wing
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Was 90 years old at time of her death and is buried St. Augustine Cemetery in Nebraska. See more »

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