Walpi Snake Chief [Hopi village, Arizona]

Curtis's The North American Indian - volume 12 facing: page 126 Walpi snake chief

Haiyahl - Nootka – 1915

Haiyahl with a shell nose-ring and fur-edged cedar bark blanket Nootka by Edward S.

Hopi mother, 1922 by Edward S. Curtis(1868-1952).....intense and wonderful  picture...

A Hopi Mother, by Edward S. A Hopi mother and child in New Mexico.

A Comanche child. Photograph by Edward Curtis, 1908.

“A Comanche child – photo by Edward Curtis, 1908 ⊕”

Hupa Woman in Primitive Costume

Fascinating portraits of the Native American Hupa tribe

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - portfolio 13 plate no. 468 Hupa woman in primitive costume

Arapaho Maiden (The North American Indian, v. VI. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1911)

Arapaho Maiden (The North American Indian, v. VI. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1911)

1910 photo of Arapaho maiden. Native Indian old photo.

June 3   My father went on talking to  me in a low voice. This is how  our people always talk to their  children, so low and quiet the  child thinks he is dreaming.  But he never forgets.   Maria Chona  Papago

Native Americans - part of the American Holocaust

Mother of Two Guns White Calf | Portrait of Two Guns White Calf

Two Guns White Calf - Blackfeet (Pikuni) - 1929 {Note: He has a large Shriners Masonic symbol pinned to his chest.

Medicine Man Eagle Headdress

Crow Medicine Man, Apsaroke Shaman, barechested and wearing an eagle head dress - Photographed by Edward S.

Hopi Indians Farming on the Reservation Indian Pictures: American Indian Reservations Photos and Images

Indian Pictures: American Indian Reservations Photos and Images Hopi Indians Farming on the Reservation Kinda blows the "hunter gatherer" myth off the charts.

Black Eagle - Nez Perce,1905. Edward Sheriff Curtis Photography.

Photographs of Native American Indians : Black Eagle - Nez Perce.

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Rain in the Face, Sioux Chief alleged to have killed Custer at the Battle of Little Bighorn

Grizzly Bear Ferocious, Nez Perce, 1910 Pinner's Note: This was the year my grandfather came to America from Sicily.

Buy prints of Grizzly-Bear Ferocious - Nez Perce (The North American Indian, v. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, by Edward Sheriff Curtis online.

A Hopi woman wearing her hair in "butterfly" buns. This hairdo may have been the inspiration for Princess Leia's famous double buns hairstyle in "Star Wars."

Hoo-n-ym-pka (Hopi) taken in She wears turquoise mosaic earrings, a necklace of glass seed beads and a traditional black manta. Her butterfly hairstyle is typical of postpubescent, unmarried Hopi women.

Meeting.

Meeting.

Nesjaja Hatali, Navajo Medicine Man, 1904

Rare 1900s Photos Capture How Native Americans Lived 100 Years Ago

Nesjaja Hatali - Navajo Medicine Man 1904 - by Edward Curtis This photograph was made 109 years ago, shot and developed in the field. Think about that - let it sink in. I am by no means an analog purist, I love my digital gear, but work like this.

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