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Hollow Horn Bear by E.S. Curtis in gold tones

Hollow Horn Bear by E.S. Curtis in gold tones

Geronimo - (Native American Warrior) - 1907 - Photographed by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Geronimo - (Native American Warrior) - 1907 - Photographed by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Crying to the Spirits by E.S. Curtis in gold tones

Crying to the Spirits by E.S. Curtis in gold tones

Edward S. Curtis, A Hopi Man. Find this and other artifacts for sale on CuratorsEye.com.

Edward S. Curtis, A Hopi Man. Find this and other artifacts for sale on CuratorsEye.com.

North American Indians -- classic photos of Native Americans by Edward S. Curtis.

North American Indians -- classic photos of Native Americans by Edward S. Curtis.

Qahatika Girl (1908)  Forty miles due south of the Pima reservation, which is present-day Arizona, in five small villages lived the true desert Indian, the Qahatika, They fled to the barren desert after being defeated by the Apache tribe. When asked why they do not live in river valleys, where they could live in plenty, their answer was that their home is the best; that they do not have the river sickness as do the River Indians.

Qahatika Girl (1908) Forty miles due south of the Pima reservation, which is present-day Arizona, in five small villages lived the true desert Indian, the Qahatika, They fled to the barren desert after being defeated by the Apache tribe. When asked why they do not live in river valleys, where they could live in plenty, their answer was that their home is the best; that they do not have the river sickness as do the River Indians.

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