Curtis Gallery Releases

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Keres

December 02, 2019

The Keres people from New Mexico are found in seven pueblos, five of which are on the Rio Grande and two that are nearly a hundred miles southwest.  Curtis created seventy-nine...
kalispel camp

Kalispel

November 25, 2019

The Kalispel tribe, also known as the Pend d’Oreille, lived on lands that stretched from western Montana into Idaho, eastern Washington and British Columbia, Canada...
flathead mother

Flathead

November 25, 2019

The Flathead occupied the land of what is now western Montana, U.S. and their territory extended from the crest of the Bitterroot Range to the Continental Divide of the Rocky Mountains. Curtis created a total of... 

The Tewa

The Tewa

November 23, 2019

The Tewa are a linguistic group of Pueblo Native Americans from north of Santa Fe, New Mexico near the Rio Grande. Hano is a Tewa settlement in Arizona which was founded after the Pueblo revolt of 1680. Curtis created...
The Zuni

The Zuni

November 23, 2019

The Zuni are a western New Mexico tribe native to the Zuni River Valley. Today, the area is home to several ancient settlements and villages where the tribe once built compact, multistory houses and...
a klamath gazing out over the lake

The Klamath

November 12, 2019

The Klamath people lived in the area around Upper Klamath Lake and the Klamath, Williamson, and Sprague rivers in southern Oregon and northern California. The Klamath people were called Eukshikni, meaning "lake people." ...

The Tolowa

The Tolowa

November 06, 2019

The Tolowa Tribe is located in the extreme northwest corner of California and had close ties with the people along the Oregon coast and in the Rogue River Valley. While their territory included miles of coastline along the Pacific Ocean, the Tolowa were known as...
The Karok

The Karok

November 06, 2019

The Karok, meaning “upriver,” are a Northwestern California tribe from Humboldt and Siskiyou counties and is one of the largest tribes in California. Karok men were hunters and fishermen while Karok women gathered acorns and...
The Yurok

The Yurok

October 31, 2019

The Yurok, meaning “downriver people” are a northwestern California tribe and lived in permanent villages along the Klamath River and Pacific coast. They hunted game, fished along the river and gathered plants. Curtis created a total of eighteen (18) photogravure plates...

The Hupa

The Hupa

October 31, 2019

The Hupa are a Northern California tribe and occupied land from the South Fork of the Trinity River to Hoopa Valley, to the Klamath River. Their red cedar-planked houses, dugout canoes and basket hats identify them with their northern origin. Curtis created... 
achomawi mother and child

The Achomawi

October 03, 2019

The initial tribal offering will be seven (7) photogravure plates of the Achomawi tribe.  The Achomawi are a Northern California tribe, located in the Fall River and Pit River areas.  Curtis created a total of eight (8) photogravure plates from his visits with the Achomawi...