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Edward S. Curtis, Wishram Girl (1910)

Edward S. Curtis, Wishram Girl (1910)

Cayuse Mother and Child. Photo taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.

Cayuse Mother and Child. Photo taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.

Portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

Portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

la ballerine Anna Pavlova en habits traditionnels russes

la ballerine Anna Pavlova en habits traditionnels russes

Japanese moga (modern girl) of the 1920's

Japanese moga (modern girl) of the 1920's

Tail Feather Fans - PowWows.com - Native American Pow Wows

Tail Feather Fans

Tail Feather Fans - PowWows.com - Native American Pow Wows

Tibetan woman. #tibet

Tibetan woman. #tibet

Little Wolf and Others at Fort Laramie by Alexander Gardner, 1868 According to P. Powell, the man on the left is Short Hair

Little Wolf and Others at Fort Laramie by Alexander Gardner, 1868 According to P. Powell, the man on the left is Short Hair

Yemen by Eric Lafforgue

Yemen by Eric Lafforgue

Colville men David Nanamkin & Peter Paul, Washington :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Colville men David Nanamkin & Peter Paul, Washington :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

native american baby - Google Search

native american baby - Google Search

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

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

Umatilla Maid (1905) by Edward S. Curtis - "Two distinct cultural areas are represented in the costume of this damsel. The familiar beadworked, deerskin dress is an acquisition from the plains culture, while the basketry hat and the shell-bead necklace hail from the pacific slope. Note the skin of the deer's tail fastened in front at the collar, as an aid in removing the garment."

Umatilla Maid (1905) by Edward S. Curtis - "Two distinct cultural areas are represented in the costume of this damsel. The familiar beadworked, deerskin dress is an acquisition from the plains culture, while the basketry hat and the shell-bead necklace hail from the pacific slope. Note the skin of the deer's tail fastened in front at the collar, as an aid in removing the garment."

a thousand pearls

a thousand pearls

Old White Man, a Crow Indian. It was taken in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis

Old White Man, a Crow Indian. It was taken in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis

apache mother and baby photo by edward curtis1906

apache mother and baby photo by edward curtis1906