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Apache man, photo by Edward S. Curtis.  Despite the fact that Curtis staged some of his photos, says Laurie Lawler, "Curtis respected the Indians he encountered and was willing to learn about their culture, religion and way of life. In return the Indians respected and trusted him. When judged by the standards of his time, Curtis was far ahead of his contemporaries in sensitivity, tolerance, and openness to Native American cultures and ways of thinking."

Apache man, photo by Edward S. Curtis. Despite the fact that Curtis staged some of his photos, says Laurie Lawler, "Curtis respected the Indians he encountered and was willing to learn about their culture, religion and way of life. In return the Indians respected and trusted him. When judged by the standards of his time, Curtis was far ahead of his contemporaries in sensitivity, tolerance, and openness to Native American cultures and ways of thinking."

Al-che-say, Apache Scout, front row center. Back row right Rowdy, Apache. Both are Apache Scouts for the Army. Arizona, USA ck

Al-che-say, Apache Scout, front row center. Back row right Rowdy, Apache. Both are Apache Scouts for the Army. Arizona, USA ck

Hopi Snake Priest, 1924. ☚ I had a very hard time pinning this one.......scares the dickens right out of me!

Hopi Snake Priest, 1924. ☚ I had a very hard time pinning this one.......scares the dickens right out of me!

KAW

KAW

The Library of Congress is a fantastic resource for all things American  History. Its online digital collection is a treasure trove of american  artifacts, from historic newspaper clippings to sound recordings to over a  million digitized photographic prints. Which only represents half of their  entire photography collection. Browsing around their archive of 19th  century salt and albumen prints to use as examples for my own work I came  across many fantastic images, all of them true 19th…

True 19th Century Photography

The Library of Congress is a fantastic resource for all things American History. Its online digital collection is a treasure trove of american artifacts, from historic newspaper clippings to sound recordings to over a million digitized photographic prints. Which only represents half of their entire photography collection. Browsing around their archive of 19th century salt and albumen prints to use as examples for my own work I came across many fantastic images, all of them true 19th…

Ka-Ke-Ga-Sha (aka Yellowish-Red Chief, aka Ga-Hi-Ge Zhi, aka Who Keeps A Sacred Pipe, aka Pi-Sing, aka Game) - Kaw – 1867

Ka-Ke-Ga-Sha (aka Yellowish-Red Chief, aka Ga-Hi-Ge Zhi, aka Who Keeps A Sacred Pipe, aka Pi-Sing, aka Game) - Kaw – 1867

Naiche

Naiche

Here we present a rare image of Chino. It was taken in 1903 by Edward S. Curtis.    The image shows Chino, head-and-shoulders portrait of a Native American, facing front.

Here we present a rare image of Chino. It was taken in 1903 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows Chino, head-and-shoulders portrait of a Native American, facing front.

Kiowa Chief Running Bird  By R. Wanamaker 1913

Kiowa Chief Running Bird By R. Wanamaker 1913

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