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“Coast Pomo Girl” Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis (1868-1952)

Title: A Coast Pomo Girl Artist: Edward Sheriff Curtis Artist Bio: American, 1868 - 1952 Creation Date: 1924 Process: photogravure Credit Line: Gift of Jo and Howard Weiner Accession Number:

American Indians : Tolowa Dancing Headdress.

Tolowa Dancing Head Dress, Klamath River tribesmen often wore headdresses and the necklace of clam shell beads denotes wealth

Hupa Woman, printed From "The North American Indian", by Edward Curtis.

c. 1909 Chinook Indian man on the Columbia River near the now flooded Celilo Falls. The animal effigy on this canoe was a typical canoe design for Oregon tribes. The paddle handle is visible. photo: Edward S. Curtis (Native American, Indian, Oregon, Washington)

circa 1909 Chinook Indian woman on the Columbia River near the now-flooded Celilo Falls. The animal effigy on this canoe is a typical canoe design for Oregon tribes. The paddle handle is visible. photo: Edward S.

Here for your enjoyment is an absorbing photograph of a Pomo Indian Woman Gathering Seeds. It was created in 1924 by Edward S. Curtis.    The photo illustrates Cecilia Joaquin, a Pomo woman in a full-length portrait, standing and using a seed beater to gather seeds into a burden basket.    We have compiled this collection of photographs mainly to serve as a valuable educational resource. Contact curator@old-picture.com.

Pomo Indian Woman Gathering Seeds created in 1924 by Edward S. The photo illustrates Cecilia Joaquin, a Pomo woman in a full-length portrait, standing and using a seed beater to gather seeds into a burden basket.

Here we present an historic image of a Navaho Indian Hogan. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.    The image shows a traditional Native American Dwelling.    We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com.

Here we present an historic image of a Navaho Indian hogan. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S Curtis. The image shows a traditional Native American Dwelling.

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