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"Cada brillante mata de pino, cada grano de arena de las playas, cada gota de rocío en los oscuros bosques, cada altozano y hasta el sonido de cada insecto es sagrado a la memoria y al pasado de mi pueblo".

"Cada brillante mata de pino, cada grano de arena de las playas, cada gota de rocío en los oscuros bosques, cada altozano y hasta el sonido de cada insecto es sagrado a la memoria y al pasado de mi pueblo".

indios americanos - Buscar con Google

indios americanos - Buscar con Google

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Big Tree Jr.

Big Tree Jr.

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Dine Silversmith's daughter (Navaho)

Dine Silversmith's daughter (Navaho)

American Indians : Eagle Dog - Yankton Dakota 1908.

American Indians : Eagle Dog - Yankton Dakota 1908.

Hupa Indian Woman. It was created in 1923 by Edward S. Curtis. The photograph presents a Hupa woman in a head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, with fur and beads around her neck and shoulders. We have created this collection of illustrations primarily to serve as a valuable educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com.

Hupa Indian Woman. It was created in 1923 by Edward S. Curtis. The photograph presents a Hupa woman in a head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, with fur and beads around her neck and shoulders. We have created this collection of illustrations primarily to serve as a valuable educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com.

Mourning Dove was the pen name of Christine Quintasket, an Interior Salish woman who collected tribal stories among Northern Plateau peoples in the early twentieth century. She described centuries-old traditions with the authority of first-hand knowledge & wrote a novel based on her experiences. Like her contemporary Zora Neale Hurston, Mourning Dove’s reputation as a female ethnographer & writer has grown steadily. Her novel, Cogewea, is the 1st known published novel by a Native American…

Mourning Dove was the pen name of Christine Quintasket, an Interior Salish woman who collected tribal stories among Northern Plateau peoples in the early twentieth century. She described centuries-old traditions with the authority of first-hand knowledge & wrote a novel based on her experiences. Like her contemporary Zora Neale Hurston, Mourning Dove’s reputation as a female ethnographer & writer has grown steadily. Her novel, Cogewea, is the 1st known published novel by a Native American…

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