Baker & Taylor One hundred compelling photographs present a series of evocative portraits of Native Americans from the turn of the century, in a large-format visual study enhanced by informative essays on Edward S. Curtis and his work. 25,000 first printing.
Blackwell North Amer The indelible portraits of Native Americans by Edward S. Curtis, made at the dawn of the twentieth century, have become among the most avidly collected, published, and sought-after emblems of early encounters with American Indian life. And yet existing publications have just begun to suggest the extent of this remarkable photographic achievement. This book collects one hundred of his most compelling photographs of tribal leaders and warriors. Some 40 percent of the photographs presented here are either very little known or previously unpublished.