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Edward S. Curtis

EDWARD S. CURTIS

Edward S. Curtis was an American photographer from Whitewater, Wisconsin. He was a renowned ethnologist that studied and photographed Native American life and culture in the late 19th and early 20th century. He photographed Princess Angeline, daughter of Chief Sealth of the Duwamish Natives, and made large photo sets of tribal life amongst other tribes within the Pacific Northwest and Great Plains, including the Kwakiutl tribe. “White Man Runs Him,” portrait of a Crow tribesman, and “A Smoky Day at the Sugar Bowl,” depicting a Hupa man standing in the middle of a stream, are among some of Curtis’s standout photographs from this period.

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