This picture was taken by Edward Curtis in 1927. The Indian's name was "Two Guns". Curtis traveled the country in the late 1800's and early 1900's documenting Native Americans through his photography. His pictures have become treasures giving us a glimpse into traditional Native American life.

This picture was taken by Edward Curtis in 1927. The Indian's name was "Two Guns". Curtis traveled the country in the late 1800's and early 1900's documenting Native Americans through his photography. His pictures have become treasures giving us a glimpse into traditional Native American life.

Indios de America del norte

Los Esquimales Los esquimales es un nombre común para los distintos pueblos indígenas que habitan las regiones árticas de América, Groenlandia y S...

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian! Port. 18, Pl. 651- Soyaksin - Blood No text on title page *All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian! Port. 18, Pl. 651- Soyaksin - Blood No text on title page *All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted

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E. Curtis. -- Se dice que los indios americanos consideraron a Curtis como uno de los pocos, quizá el único blanco a quien permitieron, los chamanes, conocer "El Gran Misterio": el Manitu.

Navajo man, 1904, Edward S Curtis. Stunning picture

Grandes Fotógrafos - Great Photographers - Edward Sheriff Curtis Edward Sheriff Curtis, el captador de sombras, como acostumbraban a llama...

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