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American Indian's History: The Sacred Origin of Native American Smoking

Indians Smoking a Peace Pipe Here for your enjoyment is an exciting photograph called "The Smoke". It was made in Montan in 1905 by Edward S. The photo illustrates Two Crow Indians sitting on the ground smoking a peace pipe.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA  YREKA....THE CATO TRIBE..'

Kato Indian Woman Above we show a moving photo of a Kato Woman. It was made in 1924 by Edward S. The illustration documents a Kato Indian in a head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left.

"Crows Heart",  Indian Brave wearing a bear claw necklace. 1908 by Edward S. Curtis on Flickr.

Crows Heart, an Indian Brave wearing a Bear Claw Necklace, he is wearing a buckskin shirt, and has two eagle feathers in his hair,

Long Otter - Crow - 1905

Long Otter, Crow, taken by Richard Throssel - a student of Edward Curtis and one-quarter Cree, and this image comes from archives at the University of Wyoming.

Kootenai woman (Flathead Lake, Montana) – 1910

an original photograph of Country Kutenai Flathead Lake Montana. It was created in 1910 by Edward S. The photograph illustrates Kootenai Indian standing an elk hide canoe which is beached on the rocky shore of Flathead Lake, Montana.

c. 1909 Chinook Indian man on the Columbia River near the now flooded Celilo Falls. The animal effigy on this canoe was a typical canoe design for Oregon tribes. The paddle handle is visible. photo: Edward S. Curtis (Native American, Indian, Oregon, Washington)

circa 1909 Chinook Indian woman on the Columbia River near the now-flooded Celilo Falls. The animal effigy on this canoe is a typical canoe design for Oregon tribes. The paddle handle is visible. photo: Edward S.

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