Im Sorry Brenda Lee

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  • Pima land - 1907
  • Homeward – 1898 winner of National Photographic Society. grand prize and a gold medal.
  • Canyon de Chelly
  • Nalin_Apache
  • PIKI MAKER HOPI WOMAN 1900 : "Piki is cornbread baked in colored sheets of paper-like thinness. The batter is spread on the baking stone with the bare hand, and the quickly baked sheet is folded and laid on the basket at the baker's left."
  • Apache scout
  • Vash Gon - Jicarilla
  • Atsina warparty farewell
  • Bow River Blackfoot tipis
  • Apache camp
  • Bow River Blackfoot
  • Cree boat women
  • Cree picking blueberries
  • Gathering arrow brush – Pima -1907
  • Atsina warriors
  • Gathering cactus fruit – Pima - 1907
  • In the Badlands – Sheep Mountains - 1904
  • Land of the Sina
  • Lone Chief – Cheyenne - 1927
  • Lost trail – Apache - 1903
  • Oglala Sioux planning raid - 1907
  • Chief Red Hawk - 1906
  • Primitive Apache home - 1903
  • Storm - Apache
  • Sunset in Navaho land
  • The ford of Apache
  • The Papago potter - 1907
  • The Piegan carry willows for sweat lodge - 1900
  • The pool
  • War chief - Nez Perce - 1905
  • Watching for signal – Nez Perce
  • White river valley Apache - 1903
  • A drink in the desert
  • APACHE GIRL & PAPOOSE
  • APACHE MORNING BATH - 1906
  • CHAIWA TEWA - 1900
  • The Flute dance is a religious ceremony concerned with bringing rain. It represents the legendary arrival of the Flute people in the Hopi country, their friendly encounter with the clans already there, and the rain-making rites subsequently performed by them for the common good. The episode here represented was photographed at Middle mesa. The individual seated near the right end is an albino, not a white man." per Curtis notes. Flute Dancers At Tureva Springs -1921
  • CHIEF JOSEPH – NEZ PERCE - 1903
  • Evening in Hopi Land - 1906
  • Geronimo – Apache - 1905
  • Hipah with arrowbrush
  • Curtis's description of At The Old Well of Acoma, "Members of Coronado's army of explorers in 1540 and Espejo in 1583 noted the cisterns to collect snow and water on the rock of Acoma." 1904
  • canondelmuerto
  • Luzi Papago
  • Curtis with Sioux chiefs on the Custer outlook at Little Big Horn Battleground – 1907 Crow is also Apsaroke.
  • Im Sorry Brenda Lee

    1. 1. Pima Land - 1907 Pazola Washte is the name given to Edward Curtis by Sioux Chief Red Hawk. It means ‘Pretty Butte’. tribute to edward s. curtis PAZOLA WASHTE
    2. 2. “ HOMEWARD” –National Photographic Society Gold Medal Winner - 1898
    3. 3. Canyon de Chelly – Navaho - 1904
    4. 4. NALIN APACHE 1903
    5. 5. SELF PORTRAIT - 1899 EDWARD SHERIFF CURTIS BOUGHT A LARGE 14” X 17” VIEW CAMERA IN 1890 AND A YEAR LATER OPENED A STUDIO IN SEATTLE WITH HIS PARTNER, RASMUS ROTHI FOR $150
    6. 6. THE PIKI MAKER HOPI WOMAN 1900 Piki is cornbread baked in colored sheets of paper-like thinness. The batter is spread on the baking stone with the bare hand, and the quickly baked sheet is folded and laid on the basket at the baker's left.
    7. 7. Edward S. Curtis devoted 30 years to photographing and documenting over eighty Indian tribes, west of the Mississippi,from the Mexican border to northern Alaska. His project won support from such prominent and powerful figures as President Theodore Roosevelt and J. Pierpont Morgan . His work, “The North American Indian”, consisted of 20 leather bound volumes, each containing 75 hand--pressed photogravures and 300 pages of text. Each volume was accompanied by a corresponding portfolio containing at least 36 photogravures. His proposal to Morgan, his financer, was to “show pictures and text of every phase of Indian life of all tribes yet in a pristine condition…………..going fully into their history, life and manners, ceremony, legends and mythology.” Music: Wind Spirit by Bill Miller
    8. 8. Apache Scout - 1906
    9. 9. Vash Gon - Jicarilla
    10. 10. Atsina War Party Farewell
    11. 11. Bow River Blackfoot Tipis
    12. 12. Apache Camp
    13. 13. Bow River Blackfoot
    14. 14. Cree Boat Women
    15. 15. Cree picking blueberries
    16. 16. Gathering Arrow brush – Pima - 1907
    17. 17. Atsina Warriors
    18. 18. GATHERING CACTUS FRUIT PIMA - 1907
    19. 19. In the Badlands – Sheep Mountain - 1904
    20. 20. Land of the Sina
    21. 21. Lone Chief – Cheyenne - 1927
    22. 22. Lost Trail – Apache - 1903
    23. 23. Oglala Sioux Planning Raid - 1907
    24. 24. Chief Red Hawk – Sioux – 1906 Veteran of the Battle of Little Big Horn
    25. 25. Wickiup - Apache Home - 1903
    26. 26. Storm - Apache
    27. 27. Sunset in Navajo Land
    28. 28. The ford of Apache
    29. 29. 1907 PAPAGO POTTER
    30. 30. Piegan carry willows for sweat lodge - 1900
    31. 31. THE POOL APACHE 1903
    32. 32. War Chief – Nez Perce - 1905
    33. 33. Watching for signal - Nez Perce
    34. 34. White River Valley – Apache - 1903
    35. 35. DRINK IN THE DESERT
    36. 36. APACHE GIRL AND PAPOOSE
    37. 37. Apache Morning Bath - 1906
    38. 38. 1900 CHAIWA TEWA
    39. 39. Hopi Flute Dancers at Tureva Springs - 1921
    40. 40. CHIEF JOSEPH NEZ PERCE 1903
    41. 41. Evening in Hopi Land - 1906
    42. 42. Geronimo – Apache - 1905
    43. 43. HIPAH WITH ARROW BRUSH MARICOPA
    44. 44. At The Old Well of Acoma - 1904
    45. 45. CANON DEL MUERTO
    46. 46. LUZI PAPAGO
    47. 47. L.- R. Gen. Custer’s Crow scouts: Goes Ahead, Hairy Moccasin, White Man Runs Him, Edward Curtis and Alexander Upshaw – Little Big Horn Battleground - 1907
    48. 48. 1930 - With almost no fanfare Curtis published the final two volumes of “The North American Indian.” It has been estimated that during the project Curtis took over 40,000 photographs and made 10,000 wax cylinder sound recordings of Indian speech and music. About 200 sets of the works were printed and Curtis delivered 25 sets to J.P. Morgan as promised for partially financing the project. The Morgan Company later sold 19 of those sets. The Library of Congress has a set. October 19, 1952 - Edward Sheriff Curtis died of a heart attack at the age of 84, in the home of his daughter Beth. A seventy-six word obituary in the New York Times mentions simply that Curtis had been an authority on Indian history and that he had also been known as a photographer. [email_address] The end

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