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Edward S. Curtis

Som student ved Bilder Nordic of Photography fikk vi i oppgave å finne ett fotografi vi var inspirert av. Jeg valgte ett av de flotte indianer-fotografiene til Edward S. 107 more words


Princess Angeline - Pacific Northwest Royalty

Did you know that a princess is buried at Lake View Cemetery in Seattle?  I bet many people don’t even know who she was. The woman known as “Princess Angeline” was the daughter of Chief Sealth, aka Chief Seattle or Chief Si’ahl. 1,035 more words


“The passing of every old man or woman means the passing of some tradition, some knowledge of sacred rites possessed by no other…Consequently the information that is to be gathered, for the benefit of future generations, respecting the mode of life of one of the great races of mankind, must be collected at once or the opportunity will be lost for all time.” Edward S. 211 more words

Edward S. Curtis Pt. 9 - Conclusions

Images by Curtis are still being pushed out into the world. There are many inexpensive prints available. In the last presentation of the Curtis Fever series, Dr. 537 more words


Edward S. Curtis Pt. 8 – Recent History & Upcoming Events

It was assumed that all of the Edward S. Curtis photogravure copper plates were lost or destroyed. It is a common practice to destroy the plates after the initial printing so no more prints can be made. 316 more words


Edward S. Curtis Pt. 7 - Documentary and Controversy Related to His Work

In the 2000 film, Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian, many present-day Native Americans were interviewed in regards to Curtis and his work. 758 more words


Edward S. Curtis’ Film Pt. 6 - In the Land of the Head-Hunters

In 1914, Curtis’ film In the Land of the Head-Hunters, featuring the Kwakiutl tribe, was shown to theater audiences. He worked on the film with George Hunt who had been adopted by the tribe. 595 more words