Portraits of Native Americans Calendar, Wall, Pomegranate
In 1901, Seattle photographer Edward S. Curtis set out to record what were popularly thought to be the final days of the indigenous Americans. His 40,000 portraits of Indians filled twenty volumes, all filed with the Library of Congress. Accompanied by brief, scholarly, highly readable essays, dignified faces of Arapaho, Mandan, Nez Perce, Jicarilla, Crow, Brule and Dakota Sioux, and other tribes gaze pensively from this calendar's pages. Significant events in Native American history are noted throughout the year. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Pomegranate.
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