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fruıt gatherers

A remarkable photo of Tewa Indian Fruit Gatherers. It was made in 1905 by Edward S. The illustration documents Two Tewa Girls picking fruit with baskets and bowls on the ground. There is a small dog in the background

Princess Angeline, oldest daughter and last surviving child of Chief Seattle, said to be the last Indian in Seattle by 1896.  About 80 years old. - By Edward Curtis

Princess Angeline, oldest daughter and last surviving child of Chief Seattle, said to be the last Indian in Seattle by About 80 years old. - By Edward Curtis

Ojibwa baby near English River, Ontario - 1925  Sooooo sweet!!!!

adailyriot: “ lastrealindians: “ Ojibwa baby near English River, Ontario - 1925 ” I really want to learn how to make a cradle board… but i have to figure out how to bead around the toe of moccasins.

Washo Woman

Here we present a dramatic image of Fair Indian Maiden. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. The image shows a Nespelim woman standing at edge of water, with trees behind her.

Zahadolzha - Navaho , 1907

Zahadolzha - Navaho (The North American Indian, v. I. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, 1907)

Buy prints of Zahadolzha - Navaho (The North American Indian, v. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, by Edward Sheriff Curtis online.

Vintage Photos: Edward S. Curtis - Southwest Indians

Rear view of Navajo Indians on horseback making their way over the sparse, dry, grassy floor of Tesacod Canyon Storytelling, A.

Koacute-pi Buffalo Mountain, a Tewa Indian Brave. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis

Here we present a dramatic image of Koacute-pi Buffalo Mountain, a Tewa Indian Brave. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. The image shows a Tewa man, in a half-length portrait, facing front, holding his shield.

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