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Frances Densmore recording chief Mountain Chief for the Bureau of American Ethnology, Feb. "This 1916 image of Frances Densmore and Blackfoot leader Mountain Chief listening to a cylinder recording has become a symbol of the early songcatcher era.

John Ernest Joseph Bellocq fotográfust (1873-1949) New Orleans vöröslámpás negyedében készített képei tették ismertté. A Storyville-nek nevezett városrész – egészen az 1917-es bezárásáig – Amerika legnagyobb prostitúciós negyede volt. Bellocq prostituáltakról készített...

Bellocq: Storyville Portraits (1912) 18+

New Orleans: ladies of Storyville by E.J. Bellocq Photograph from E. J. Bellocq’s Storyville series documenting the New Orleans red-light district circa 1912

Disneyland Employee Cafeteria, 1961

Disneyland Employee Cafeteria, 1961

I looked through thousands of old photos, trying to imagine the world of the characters in my new film "

Rare, Old Photos of Native American Women and Children

Little Crow Indian - 1907 His expression is priceless, so cute! The Crow people are known for their beadwork and tremendous horsemanship. Traditionally the women rode as well as the men. That wasn't the case with most tribes.

ca. 1890, electro-therapy treatment for throat disease

[electro-therapy treatment for throat disease] via Respiratory Diseases: a Photographic History The Antiseptic Era, Sta.

A soldier who lost both his legs in the first World War, playing a game of billiards, 1915.

A soldier who lost both his legs in the first World War, playing a game of billiards, WWI

"In Winter, Kiowa", 1898 photo by Frank A. Rinehart - *sitting at the left - Ah-Keah-Boat (aka Jim Two Hatchet)

Comanche/African American Family, ca. 1910s (Antique Store's Drawer)

Researcher Angela Walton-Raji has been studying African-Native genealogy for over 20 years. The Comanche family pictured here is from the early (Courtesy Sam DeVenney)

page originally published on 29 June 2012: latest edit: 29 November 2017 (below) Excerpts from A History of African American Theatre by Errol G. Hill, James Vernon Hatch (2003), in Chapter 5…

Aida Overton Walker slide show, gallery, and links

page originally published on 29 June 2012: latest edit: 29 November 2017 (below) Excerpts from A History of African American Theatre by Errol G. Hill, James Vernon Hatch (2003), in Chapter 5…

Bertha Parker Pallan (1907-1978) is considered one of the first female Native American archaeologists.

Bertha Parker Pallan [Cody] is considered one of the first female Native American archaeologists. She hosted a television program with her husband, Iron Eyes Cody explaining Indian history and folklore.

Seth Kinman one of the earliest settlers of California sitting on a chair he made out of a grizzly bear 1865

Seth Kinman one of the earliest settlers of California sitting on a chair he made out of a grizzly bear 1865

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