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The North American Indian, 1904-1924 (28 Photos) - Old Photo Archive

Native American photographs Edward S. Curtis/Library of Congress Two Piegan girls gather the goldenrod plant, in

Oglala war party

Edward Curtis's "Oglala war-party," Plate 77 of "The North American Indian" Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, Wyoming

c. 1909 Tolowa Indian woman, southern Oregon coast. She is wearing a basketry hat and beaded clothing. Part of the tribe was removed to the Siletz reservation. Photo by Edward Curtis  (Native American, Oregon, Pacific Ocean, beaded, beadwork)

Title: Woman's Primitive Dress - Tolowa Artist: Edward Sheriff Curtis Artist Bio: American, 1868 - 1952 Creation Date: printed 1923 Process: photogravure Credit Line: Gift of Edwin and Irene Weinrot Accession Number:


You are looking at an educational picture of Sioux Warriors on Horseback. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. The picture presents Three Sioux Indians on horseback on the plains with rock formations in the background.

No-ah-tah, Medicine Woman Harris and Ewing, 1913 Source: SACRED FAMILIAR - YOU ARE FREE

1913 photo of Cherokee Medicine Woman, No-Ah-Tuh. A medicine woman like her guides Tsutsa, the hero of my picture book, Spearfinger.

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From Bruce Kapson Gallery, Edward Sheriff Curtis, Iron Breast - Piegan Photogravure print, 18 × 22 in

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Apache Chief Naiche (Natchez) & his wife Ha-o-zinne. Photo by F. Naiche (ca. was the son of the legendary Chief Cochise and grandson of Chief Mangas Coloradas. Chief Naiche was the final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua Apaches.

Edward S. Curtis spent more than 20 years documenting over 80 tribes across North America.

An expansive photo record of Native American life in the early 1900s