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Jicarilla Apaches on Horses

Jicarilla Apaches, most on horseback, moving toward encampment. Tipis in an Indian camp can be seen in background. 1905 Edward S.

Jicarilla Apache group inside a lodge including Pouche Te Foya (4th from the right), and James Garfield Velarde (3rd from the right) - 1898

Jicarilla Apache group inside a lodge including Pouche Te Foya from the right), and James Garfield Velarde from the right) - 1898

Yakama encampment | Camp of the Root Diggers--Yakima

Above is a vital photo of camp root diggers. It was taken in 1909 by Edward S Curtis. The picture documents three canvas tepees, with two women and a child on horseback.

Papago woman – 1907

1907 photo by Edward S. Curtis of a Papago Indian Woman Gathering Hanamh. The picture presents an interesting view of one of the gathering traditions of the Indians of North America.

HISTORY | Taos Pueblo boys hunting with bows. Sharpshooters from an early age, boys played games that taught marksmanship and honed reflex.

HISTORY | Taos Pueblo boys hunting with bows. Sharpshooters from an early age, boys played games that taught marksmanship and honed reflex.

Apache Camp  Here for your browsing pleasure is an imposing photo of Apache Mescal Camp. It was made in 1903 by Edward S. Curtis.  The illustration documents Man, woman, and infant in cradleboard, seated outside a dwelling.

This site presents an historic image of Man, woman, and infant in cradleboard, seated outside a dwelling, and a nice collection of historic photos.

Here for your perusal is a one-of-a-kind photograph of an Apache Medicine Cap Fetish. It was created in 1907 by Edward S. Curtis.    The photograph illustrates an important ritual aid of the Indians of North America.    We have compiled this collection of photographs mainly to serve as a valuable educational resource. Contact curator@old-picture.com.    Image ID# FD838EAC

Here for your perusal is a one-of-a-kind photograph of an Apache Medicine Cap Fetish. It was created in 1907 by Edward S. The photograph illustrates an important ritual aid of the Indians of North America.

Sioux brave on horseback

A photo of a Sioux Brave On Horseback Wearing Two Feathers. Note He is riding without a saddle

Crow Winter Camp. It was created in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis.    The picture presents Two Crow (Apsaroke) people on horseback outside a tipi. They are in a thicket of trees, with snow covering the entire area. It looks very cold as the Indians are really bundled up.

Crow Winter Camp/ 1908 by Edward S. The picture presents Two Crow (Apsaroke) people on horseback outside a tipi. They are in a thicket of trees, with snow covering the entire area. It looks cold as the Indians are bundled up.

Misconceptions ~ Teepees were widely used by the Great Plains tribes of North America, who lived a nomadic existence. Wigwams, on the other hand, were domed dwellings made of grass, cloth, and brush that were popular among the Native Americans of the Northeast and Southwest. American Indian dwelling varied immensely from region to region, and even from season to season.SCROLL THIS!!!

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