Edward Curtis, native american, indian, culture, history, vintage, photo, sapira

I love Aboriginal history , American and Canadian . To understand 2 different cultures helps understand today's problems.

Edward. S. Curtis. Resonates the past of Native Americans and their culture. (although many were posed.)

Native american hupa man with spear 8x10 photo curtis

Curtis : A smoky day at the Sugar Bowl--Hupa, c. Hupa man with spear, standing on rock midstream, in background, fog partially obscures trees on mountainsides.

Two Moons, Northern Cheyenne war chief (1910) - Edward Curtis ~ pride

Two Moons, Northern Cheyenne war chief, by Edward S. Curtis, "Two Moons was one of the Cheyenne chiefs at the battle of Little Bighorn in when Custer's command was annihilated by a force of Sioux and Cheyenne." (Edward S.

Edward S. Curtis was a renowned American ethnologist and photographer of the American West and Native American people.  http://www.littlethings.com/edward-curtis-native-americans/?utm_source=proj&utm_campaign=inspiring&utm_medium=Facebook

In 1906, Photographer Took Chillingly Beautiful Photos Of Native American Tribes

An Apsaroke Man On Horseback, 1908 - Rare Photos Capture How Native Americans Lived 100 Years Ago (Edward Sheriff Curtis,The North American Indian collection of photographies, Library of Congress)

Photograph of a beautiful Native American child taken by Edward Curtis

A Young Navajo Girl. The girl is wearing a nice array of silver jewelry. The picture was taken in about 1920 near Gallup New Mexico. She is the daughter of the local silversmith.

Heavy Load. It was made in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis.    The illustration documents a Dakota Sioux woman carrying firewood on her back in snow.

Above we show a remarkable photo called Heavy Load. It was made in 1908 by Edward S. The illustration documents a Dakota Sioux woman carrying firewood on her back in snow.

Edward Curtis photograph from 1905. The picture shows Red Hawk, an Oglala Indian on a horse at a pool of water. This is really an incredible photograph capturing a bygone era.

~Edward Curtis photograph from The picture shows Red Hawk, an Oglala Indian on a horse at a pool of water. This is really an incredible photograph capturing a bygone era~

A young Native American photographed by #Edward_Curtis

Jicarilla Apache girl, half-length portrait, wearing dress with buckskin cape, several necklaces, medallions; her hair is tied on each side of her head with large knot of yarn.

Edward Curtis - Photographing the North American Indian

Photo of Edward Curtis - Famous for preserving the history of Native American tribes thru his photographic works which are in history books and museums today.

Pinterest
Search