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COWICHAN

COWICHAN

August 10, 2020

The Cowichan tribe are from the Cowichan Valley region on Vancouver Island. They are part of the Coast Salish People. Curtis created twenty-seven (27) photogravure plates during his visits...
YUKI

YUKI

August 08, 2020

The Yuki tribe is native to California. They are also known as Yukiah. Curtis created a total of three (3) copper photogravure plates during his visits with the Yuki and three (3) remain available...
YOKUTS

YOKUTS

August 07, 2020

The Yokuts tribe is native to Central California. They consisted of up to 60 tribes. Curtis created a total of thirty-six (36) copper photogravure plates during his visits with the Yokuts and thirty-two...

WAPPO

WAPPO

August 06, 2020

The Wappo tribe is native to California. They wove blankets which were so well crafted that they could hold water. Curtis created a total of three (3) copper photogravure plates during...
WAILAKI

WAILAKI

August 05, 2020

The Wailaki tribe is native to Northern California. Their musical instruments included drums, rattles and flutes. Curtis created a total of three (3) copper photogravure plates during his visits...
POMO

POMO

August 04, 2020

The Pomo tribe is native to California. They are famed for their intricate basketry. Curtis created a total of forty-five (45) copper photogravure plates during his visits with the Pomo and thirty-six...

MIWOK

MIWOK

August 03, 2020

The Miwok tribe, also spelled “Miwuk”, is native to Northern California. The word “Miwok” means “people” in the Miwok language. Curtis created a total of eleven (11) copper photogravure plates...
MAIDU

MAIDU

August 02, 2020

The Maidu tribe is from Northern California residing in the central Sierra Nevada. Acorns were their principle dietary staple after being processed and prepared. Curtis created a total of five...
KATO

KATO

August 01, 2020

The Kato tribe, also spelled “Cahto”, is native to California. Loosely, the name means “People of the Lake”. Curtis created a total of three (3) copper photogravure plates during his visits with the Kato...

Haida

HAIDA

July 31, 2020

The Haida live in the islands near the coast of southeastern Alaska and northwest British Columbia. There are two different communities, known as the Masset and Skidegate. Curtis created...
CLAYOQUOT

CLAYOQUOT

July 30, 2020

The Clayoquot tribe is also known as the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation. This means the “people from Clayoqua”. Curtis created a total of sixteen (16) copper photogravure plates during...
Hesquiat

HESQUIAT

July 29, 2020

The Hesquiat tribe are located on the west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. They were (and still are) a fishing community. Curtis created nine (9) photogravure plates during...


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