Print Collection - Bear's Belly, Arikara Indian
Bear's Belly, Arikara Indian half-length portrait, facing front, wearing bearskin. Photographed by Edward Curtis in 1908.
The People of the Horse - True West Magazine
The Utes call themselves the people of the horse. As the first unconquered tribe to obtain horses and livestock, […]
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A KIOWA BEADED HIDE STRIKE-A-LIGHT BAG. c. 1880... (Total: 6 Items) | Lot #50214 | Heritage Auctions
A KIOWA BEADED HIDE STRIKE-A-LIGHT BAG c. 1880 the waisted commercial leather body decorated on the front - Available at 2011 September Dallas Signature...
Print Collection - Native American Portrait of a Jicarilla Man, by Edward Curtis
A Jicarilla Man, photographed by Edward Curtis in 1904. Head-and-shoulders portrait of a Jicarilla man.
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This site presents an incredible photograph from Nampeyo, California. Showing an Indian Potter building a Kiln, and a nice collection of historic photos.
Stunning Photos Of The Crow Tribe Taken Just Before Their Culture Was All But Stamped Out
These one-of-a-kind early 20th-century photos depict the Crow tribe as their way of life was on the verge of changing forever.