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Description:Studio (?) profile portrait of an unidentified woman, wearing a long cotton-print dress, with a shawl or blanket around her waist and lower body. She is seated in a shelter (?) or in front of a fabric backdrop Culture/People:Northern Tsitsistas/Suhtai (Cheyenne) Date created:1904

Description:Studio (?) profile portrait of an unidentified woman, wearing a long cotton-print dress, with a shawl or blanket around her waist and lower body. She is seated in a shelter (?) or in front of a fabric backdrop Culture/People:Northern Tsitsistas/Suhtai (Cheyenne) Date created:1904

You are viewing an unusual image of Wishham Woman. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.    The image shows Chinook Indian from Tlakluit Washington. This shows a woman, full length, facing right, standing, wearing beaded buckskin dress.:

You are viewing an unusual image of Wishham Woman. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. The image shows Chinook Indian from Tlakluit Washington. This shows a woman, full length, facing right, standing, wearing beaded buckskin dress.

She. Was. Stunning! A princess maybe?

She. Was. Stunning! A princess maybe?

Margeart Totite - Comanche - 1915

Margeart Totite (later aka Margeart Totite-Pebeahsy, the wife of Lemuel Nahdayaka Pebeahsy) - Comanche - circa 1915

Washee - Navajo Medicine Woman - over 80 years - wearing clothing typical of Reservation days. - Washee was known as an old beggar around Fort Wingate, New Mexico. - Studio Portrait by Christian Barthelmess - No date - (B/w copy)

Washee - Navajo Medicine Woman - over 80 years - wearing clothing typical of Reservation days. - Washee was known as an old beggar around Fort Wingate, New Mexico. - Studio Portrait by Christian Barthelmess - No date - (Original)

One Bull, White Bull. Both are nephews of Sitting Bull. July 28th 1934, Little Eagle, South Dakota.

One Bull, White Bull. Both are nephews of Sitting Bull. July 28th 1934, Little Eagle, South Dakota.

Beautiful photo, early 1900s cowboys-indians-and-the-old-west

Indian mother and child. The photograph was taken in in Oregon. I find this a very tender picture of a mother's love =] Beautiful!

by Edward S. Curtis

crawford-denim: “ Crow’s Heart, Mandan From the Edward S. Curtis Collection, Library of Congress.

Geronimo was a Chiricahua Apache, the son of Chal-o-Row of Mangus-Colorado, the war chief of the Warm Spring Apaches, whose career of murder and devastation through Arizona, New Mexico, and Northern Mexico in his day almost equaled that of his terrible son. (excerpt Newspaper article, New York Times).

Edward Sheriff Curtis: One man's obsessive pursuit of the lost tribes of America

Geronimo, Chiricahua Apache, son of Chal-o-Row of Mangus-Colorado, war chief of Warm Spring Apaches

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