Image of the Corner of a Zuni Pueblo 1903 by Edward S. Curtis
Edward Sheriff Curtis
1858 - 1952
Fotografo norteamericano que se dedico a fotografiar las tribus indias bajo el respeto que sentia a sus tradiciones.
Se dice que fué el unico fotografo que logró el permiso de los indios americanos a ser fotografiados y asistir a los ritos sagrados por considerar a este fotografo como uno mas entre ellos.
American photographer dedicated to shooting the Indian tribes under his respect for their traditions.
He says it was the only photographer who won permission of American Indians to be photographed and attend the sacred rites for considering this photographer as one among them.
Edward S. Curtis Self-portrait 1889
Grinding Medicine 1903 by Edward S. Curtis
Nayenezgani. Navajo ceremonial costume 1904 by Edward S. Curtis
An Indian Village 1905 by Edward S. Curtis
An Indian Ceremony in which a man is suspended by leather straps attached to sticks in his chest 1908
Native Americans, with bows and arrows pointed skyward. This is part of the Atsina Crazy Dance 1908
Drying Mummy 1910 by Edward S. Curtis
Fishing Camp in 1913
Nakoaktok Chief with Copper in 1914
Qagyuhl Village Fort Rupert in 1914
Carved Posts Alert Bay in 1914
Nimkish Village Alert Bay in 1914
Wedding Guests in 1914
Indians in Sailing Boats in 1914