Vintage: Everyday Life of Native American People (Early 20th Century)

Vintage: Everyday Life of Native American People (Early 20th Century)


For thirty years, with the backing of men like J. Pierpont Morgan and former president Theodore Roosevelt, but at great expense to his family life and his health, Edward S. Curtis lived among dozens of native tribes, devoting his life to his calling until he produced a definitive and unparalleled work, The North American Indian. The New York Herald hailed as “the most ambitious enterprise in publishing since the production of the King James Bible.”

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Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

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Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

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Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Photo by Edward Sheriff Curtis


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