Analog to Digital: The North American Indian

Stay Up to Date!

Sign up for Enews

Follow

Join us on any of one of these social networking sites.

Thanks to our IMLS-funded digitization grant, all 700+ plates from the full set of Edward Curtis The North American Indian portfolios acquired by the Amon Carter in 2009 are now available on our online collection search. These plates, created between 1907 and 1930, represent Curtis' life work of traveling and documenting Native American traditions in the early 20th century.

Edward Curtis, Pima Matron, 1907
Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), Pima Matron from The North American Indian, photogravure, 1907, Purchase with the assistance of an anonymous donor

Edward Curtis, Two Whistles Apsaroke, 1908
Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), Two Whistles -- Apsaroke from The North American Indian, photogravure, 1908, Purchase with the assistance of an anonymous donor

Edward Curtis, Povi-Tamun Flower Morning, San Ildefonso, 1925
Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), Povi-Tamun ("Flower Morning") - San Ildefonso from The North American Indian, photogravure, 1925, Purchase with the assistance of an anonymous donor

Comments

Add new comment