Edward S. Curtis

By: Cardozo Fine Art

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 712- Starting Up the Noatak River - Kotzebue
Although is has become reduced in recent times, the Kotzebue people still carry on a brisk trade with the Eskimo of the mainland and islands, as well as with those of the Siberian coast.
*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 712- Starting Up the Noatak River - Kotzebue

Although is has become reduced in recent times, the Kotzebue people still carry on a brisk trade with the Eskimo of the mainland and islands, as well as with those of the Siberian coast.

*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 711- A Foggy Day - Kotzebue
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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 711- A Foggy Day - Kotzebue

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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 710- A Kotzebue Man
Although commercial cloth has displaced the native skin garments to some extent, the old-style tailoring is adhered to.
*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 710- A Kotzebue Man

Although commercial cloth has displaced the native skin garments to some extent, the old-style tailoring is adhered to.

*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 709- Whaling Crew - Cape Prince of Wales
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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 709- Whaling Crew - Cape Prince of Wales

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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 708- Cape prince of Wales Man
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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 708- Cape prince of Wales Man

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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 707- Launching the Whale Boat - Cape Prince on Wales
The Eskimo of the Alaskan coast are expert whale-hunters, even with such seemingly flimsy skin craft as that shown here and in Plate 709.
*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 707- Launching the Whale Boat - Cape Prince on Wales

The Eskimo of the Alaskan coast are expert whale-hunters, even with such seemingly flimsy skin craft as that shown here and in Plate 709.

*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 706- Old Stone House - Diomede Island
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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 706- Old Stone House - Diomede Island

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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 705- Diomede Boat Crew
The crew are putting out from their island home from which the Asiatic coast is readily visible.
*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 705- Diomede Boat Crew

The crew are putting out from their island home from which the Asiatic coast is readily visible.

*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 704- Launching the Boat - Little Diomede Island
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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 704- Launching the Boat - Little Diomede Island

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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

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Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!Port. 20, Pl. 703- Qunaninru- King Island
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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian!

Port. 20, Pl. 703- Qunaninru- King Island

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*All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise noted.