The Hamatsa, Nakoaktok | Edward Curtis 1910

1910 Curtis portrait of Nakoaktok man, facing left, wearing cedar root ceremonial loop.

Acoma Man. It was made in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.

Acoma Brave Pueblo Indian "I add my breath to your breath that we shall be as one people." --Pueblo proverb Acoma Pueblo people are believed to have descended from the Anasazi, Mogollon, and other ancient peoples.

Native American Burial Site by Richard Throssel

Untitled (Native American burial site) Artist: Richard Throssel Artist Bio: American, 1882 - 1933 Creation Date: c. 1910 Process: gelatin silver print Credit Line: Gift of Graham and Susan Nash Accession Number:

An absolutely stunning Warrior headress, Sioux style. Made of Eagle feathers, horsehair, quills and beads. Circa 1920-1930.

An absolutely stunning Warrior headress, Sioux style. Made of Eagle feathers, horsehair, quills and beads.

Waaya-Tonah-Toesits-Kahn (aka Blanket of The Sun, aka Jackson Sundown) – Nez Perce – 1908

Kal-kal-shua-tash (aka Jason) – Nez Perce – 1868 Ta-mas-on – Nez Perce – 1868 Nez Perce men – no date Nez Perce men and women – no date Hin-ma-toe Ya-lut-kiht (aka Chief Joseph) – Nez Perce –

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Navajo chief, ca. 1904 by Edward S. Curtis

Edward S.Curtis 1904 photo entitled:: A chief of the desert - Navaho. Portrait of a (Navajo) chief. He has whiskers and wears a cloth headband and a woven patterned blanket around his shoulders.

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