Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       15 Jun 2010       15763       11

These are the pictures of Apache tribe made by Edward S. Curtis in the beginning of the 20th century.

Edward S. Curtis took photos of many American Indian tribes, which were considered a vanishing race at the time. His photographs remain memorable icons of the American Indians.

I hope you’ll enjoy it as I did.
 

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)

Stunning Apache Photo-Portraits (26 pics)


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11   Comments ?
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Razor 10 year s ago
Now we know from whom George Lucas stole the Leia Organa's hairstyle. 35
       
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laughinggas 10 year s ago
Real Americans and not the sort that sit in Maccy D's all day.
       
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fat ma'am 10 year s ago
Edward Curtis is widely known for staging his photographs. They are not an accurate representation of Native culture, but merely a representation of white Europeans imposing their concept of the "Wild Savage" onto Native Americans. It's European subjugation at its best.
       
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kryosis 10 year s ago
clapping
       
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M 10 year s ago
Now, all of these aren't apache, but I'm sure you knew that....
       
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forex robot 10 year s ago
Wow this is a great resource.. I’m enjoying it.. good article
       
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Orotone 10 year s ago
Edward Curtis is widely known for staging his photographs. They are not an accurate representation of Native culture, but merely a representation of white Europeans imposing their concept of the "Wild Savage" onto Native Americans. It's European subjugation at its best.

Hogwash, you know nothing and are just repeating something you've heard and has been long discounted, even by the original author who wrote it. This same group of photos are appearing all over the net and they're not even Apaches. You've got Hopis, Navahos and various other tribes.
       
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4down2 10 year s ago
still good history !
       
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2Cool4Ice 10 year s ago
Skin like an orange
       
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Laicee 9 year s ago
I thought finding this would be so aruouds but it's a breeze!
       
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Elbereth 8 year s ago
Interesting, capturing the last of a dying culture.
       
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