Native Americans - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos from the Pacific Northwest

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  1. A Klamath Chief at Crater Lake - Curtis

    A Klamath Chief at Crater Lake - c. 1923

    This view by Edward Curtis shows a Klamath chief in a ceremonial headdress looking out across Crater Lake, probably the most important site in the Klamath territory. Learn More
  2. In the Forest - Curtis

    In the Forest - 1923

    A Klamath man in traditional garb sits quietly in front of a Ponderosa pine, probably in the Klamath Basin. Learn More
  3. Klamath Woman - Curtis

    Klamath Woman - 1923

    This photo of a Klamath woman may have been taken earlier, but was published in 1923 in Volume 13 of Curtis' "The North American Indian". Learn More
  4. Klamath Woman Grinding Wokas - Curtis

    Klamath Woman Grinding Wokas - c. 1923

    Wokas, the seed of a type of water lily, are an important traditional food for the Klamath people of southern Oregon. Learn More
  5. Mother and Son, Likely Nez Perce or Wasco

    Mother and Son, Likely Nez Perce or Wasco - circa 1885

    This studio portrait by an unidentified photographer shows a mother and son in fine ceremonial garb, probably taken somewhere in north-central Oregon. Learn More
  6. Old and New in Klamath County - M. S. Stewart Company

    Old and New in Klamath County - c. 1908

    Three local Native American men join the driver of this early, and quite substantial, automobile in a contrast of the traditional and the modern. Learn More
  7. Old Klamath Woman - Curtis

    Old Klamath Woman - 1923

    This photo of a woman who has seen much was published in 1923 as part of Edward S. Curtis' masterpiece, "The North American Indian". Learn More
  8. Stage Stopping at Fort Klamath Indian Agency - Tibbitts

    Stage Stopping at Fort Klamath Indian Agency - c. 1908

    The original Klamath Indian Agency was located about two miles from Fort Klamath, and was thus sometimes referred to as "Fort Klamath Indian Agency", which was the title Howard Tibbitts gave to this photograph. Learn More
  9. Three Klamath Men at Discovery Point, Crater Lake - Tibbitts

    Three Klamath Men at Discovery Point, Crater Lake - c. 1908

    This image is from a glass negative created by early Sunset Magazine photographer Howard Tibbits, who visited Crater Lake in about 1908. Learn More

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