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Hamatsa shaman possessed by supernatural power after having spent several days in the woods as part of an initiation ritual. Edward C. Curtis from the Library of Congress

“Hamatsa emerging from the woods–Koskimo” “Hamatsa shaman, three-quarter length portrait, seated on ground in front of tree, facing front, possessed by supernatural power after having spent several.

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An old photograph of an Evenk shaman (Unfortunately I couldn’t find out the…

Kwakiutl person wearing an oversize mask and hands representing a forest spirit, Nuhlimkilaka, ("bringer of confusion").

Nuhlimkilaka--Koskimo, photographer: Edward S. Curtis, 1914 Kwakiutl person wearing an oversize mask and hands representing a forest spirit, Nuhlimkilaka, ("bringer of confusion").

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Navajo Ceremonial Costume You are looking at an educational picture of Nayenezgani. It was taken in 1904 by Edward S. The picture presents an Indian, facing front, wearing dark mask, fur ruff, paint on torso.

OSHISHAS SHAMAN....ON LIGHTNINGBOLT THIS.TUMBLR.....PARTAGE OF STEVE HUNTER......

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Edward S. Curtis. Placating the Spirit of a Slain Eagle. 1926.

Edward S. Curtis, Plate 634 - Placating the Spirit of a Slain Eagle - Assiniboin, Photogravure, Ink on Van Gelder Paper at Doubletake Gallery

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Shaman Makeup and costuming. Note the use of feathers, furs and the animal headpiece.

Koskimo person wearing full-body fur garment, oversized gloves and mask of Hami ("dangerous thing") during the numhlim ceremony.:

Hami - Koskimo: Koskimo person wearing full-body fur garment, oversized gloves and mask of Hami ("dangerous thing") during the numhlim ceremony. Published in "The North American Indian," Edward S.

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Zahadolzhá--Navaho, by Edward Curtis. A Navajo man, full-length, in ceremonial dress including mask and body paint.

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