Long Otter - Crow - 1905

Long Otter, Crow, taken by Richard Throssel - a student of Edward Curtis and one-quarter Cree, and this image comes from archives at the University of Wyoming.

Nova-Walpi, vintage Photogravure by Edward S. Curtis. (Probably Hopi since he's from Walpi, AZ which is near Second Mesa) - could be Navajo too since that region borders  Navajo lands.

At the beginning of the century, Edward S. Curtis set out to document what he saw as a disappearing race: the Native American. From 1907 to Curtis took more than photos of 80 tribes stretching from the Great Plains to the Pacific .

Dull Knife, Cheyenne Chief, 1873

Dull Knife, Cheyenne Chief, 1873

Strike On His Head - Crow - 1908

Vintage Posters - Strike On his Head Crow Indian Montana headandshoulders portrait facing front loose forelock braids beaded buckskin shirt beads and two large shell disks around neck North American Indians - North American Indians

Sioux Native American Portrait, Chief He Dog, 1900

Sioux Native American Portrait, Chief He Dog, 1900

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I seek strength not to be greater than my brother but to fight my greatest enemy.


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