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Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis,(February 1868 – October or the “Shadow Catcher” as he was later called by some of the tribes. Thanks to Nonnie Augustine for this find.

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El consumo de música digital ya es el doble que el de música física en España

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In photographer Edward Sheriff Curtis met a subject who would change his life and who would forever alter the way we see American Ind.

Cañon del Muerto - Navaho, 1906.  Photogravure.  Curtis Caption:  "This "Cañon of the Dead" is a branch of Cañon de Chelly, deriving its name from having been the scene of the massacre of a band of Navaho by a troop of Mexican soldiers."

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Taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.    The picture presents Barechested, a Navajo man wearing the mask of Haschebaad.

'Navajo Mask' by American photographer & ethnographer Edward S. Curtis A Navajo man wears a mask of Haschebaad, a benevolent female deity. via art flakes

Photographer Edward Sheriff Curtis was hired by millionaire magnate J. P. Morgan in 1906 to document all that remained of traditional native Indian life and culture.

Photographer Edward Sheriff Curtis was hired by millionaire magnate J. Morgan in 1906 to document all that remained of traditional native Indian life and culture.

The Last of the Buffalo (Albert Bierstadt).

The Last of the Buffalo, 1888 by Albert Bierstadt - oil on canvas. This painting resides at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.

Fishing from a platform by Edward Curtis (Navajo)

You are viewing an impressive image of an Indian Fishing From a Platform. It was taken in 1923 by Edward S. The picture shows a Hupa Indian on a platform over the water using a fishing net. This is a great picture of this Indian Custom

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Vaquero 1890 By Frederic Remington - Oil Paintings & Art Reproductions - Reproduction Gallery

Pinokiminush is one of the few Piegan of advanced years and retentive memory. He was born about 1835 on Jusdith river in what is now northern Montana, and was found to be a valuable informant on many topics. The buffalo-skin cap is a part of his war costume, and was made and worn at the command of a spirit in a vision. The first fasting of Tearing Lodge for the sake of experiencing a vision is narrated by him in Volume VI, pages 79-81.

Pinokiminush or Tearing Lodge Piegan by Edward S. Curtis - The buffalo-skin cap is a part of his war costume, and was made and worn at the command of a spirit in a vision.

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