Monday, November 30, 2015

1904-1924: 'The North American Indian' Curtis

link to original post here where there are many more pictures
1904
A group of Navajo in the Canyon de Chelly, Arizona.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1907
Luzi, of the Papago tribe.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

1910
A Kutenai duck hunter.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

c. 1910
Members of the Qagyuhl tribe dance to restore an eclipsed moon.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
1900
Piegan chiefs.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
c. 1910
An Apache woman reaps grain.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 
1905
A Sioux hunter.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1905
Sioux chiefs.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

1914
Nakoaktok dancers wear Hamatsa masks in a ritual.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE
1914
Nakoaktok dancers wear Hamatsa masks in a ritual.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE
1914
A Kwakiutl wedding party arrives in canoes.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/GETTY IMAGES
1914
Kwakiutl people in canoes in British Columbia.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
Kwakiutl people in canoes in British Columbia.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1908
A Hidatsa man with a captured eagle.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
c. 1910
A Jicarrilla girl.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
c. 1910
Vash Gon, a Jicarrilla man.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE
1910
A Kwakiutl chief's daughter.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1907
A Maricopa woman.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1924
A Mariposa man on the Tule River Reservation.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
A Kwakiutl person dressed as a forest spirit, Nuhlimkilaka, ("bringer of confusion").
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1923
A Hupa spear fisherman watches for salmon.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
1907
A Maricopa woman with arrow-brush stalks.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1907
A Papago woman.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
Mowakiu, a Tsawatenok man.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1908
An Apsaroke shaman.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1905
"The Hopi Maiden."
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1904
Nesjaja Hatali, Navajo medicine man.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1900
Iron Breast, a Piegan man.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1910
A Wishran girl.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1903
A Zuni woman.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1910
Piegan tepees.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
A Kwakiutl man wearing a mask depicting a man transforming into a loon.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1904
Nayenezgani, a Navajo man.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1923
A Klamath chief stands on a hill above Crater Lake, Oregon.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1908
Black Eagle, an Assiniboin man.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1923
A Hupa woman.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1905
Iahla, also known as "Willow," of the Taos Pueblo.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1905
Okuwa-Tsire, also known as "Cloud Bird," of the San Ildefonso Pueblo.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1908
An Apsaroke man on horseback.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1908
Medicine Crow, of the Apsaroke tribe.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
A Kwakiutl shaman.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1924
A Cahuilla woman.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1903
Eskadi, of the Apache tribe.
1910
A Nootka man aims a bow and arrow.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
c. 1910
A young member of the Apache tribe.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
c. 1910
An Apache man.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
1910
Piegan girls gather goldenrod.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1910
A Kwakiutl gatherer hunts abalones in Washington.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
A Koskimo man dressed as Hami ("dangerous thing") during a Numhlim ceremony.
1914
A Qagyuhl man dressed as a bear.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
A Qagyuhl woman wears a fringed Chilkat blanket and a mask representing a deceased relative who had been a shaman.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
Hakalahl, a Nakoaktok chief.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
A Qagyuhl dancer dressed as Paqusilahl ("man of the ground embodiment").
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1914
A Kwakiutl shaman performs a religious ritual.
IMAGE: EDWARD CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1907
A Qahatika girl.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
907
Hollow Horn Bear, a Brulé man.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
1906
A Tewa girl.
IMAGE: EDWARD S. CURTIS/LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

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