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Yuma

Yuma

April 06, 2020

The Yuma (Quechan) tribe lived along the banks of the Colorado River in southeastern California and southwestern Arizona. Their houses were made of willow poles and long sticks to create...
mohave

Mohave

April 06, 2020

The Mohave (Mojave) people lived along the banks of the Colorado River in southeastern California and southwestern Arizona. The name Mohave translates to mean the people who love by the river or on the water. Curtis...
Walapai

Walapai

April 05, 2020

The Walapai people (also spelled Hualapai) occupied land in northwest Arizona, near the Grand Canyon. The word Walapai means “people of the pines” in their own language. Curtis created a total of...

Pima

Pima

April 05, 2020

The Pima tribe occupied land in central and southern Arizona along the Gila and Salt rivers. Curtis created a total of twenty-one (21) copper photogravure plates from his visits with the Pima...
Papago

Papago

April 04, 2020

The Tohono O’odham, also referred to as the Papago, are a tribe who primarily live in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and northern Mexico. In fact, Tohono O’odham means “Desert People.” Curtis...
Maricopa

Maricopa

April 04, 2020

The Maricopa (Piipaash) tribe are natives of southwestern Arizona. The Maricopa are known for their basket weaving and textiles, but in particular, they are known for their highly burnished red-on-redware pottery. Curtis created...

Havasupai

Havasupai

April 03, 2020

The Havasupai tribe have lived in the Grand Canyon for at least the past 800 years and were located primarily in an area known as Havasu Canyon. By 1906, only 166 tribal members remained. Curtis created...
Qahatika

Qahatika

April 03, 2020

The Qahatika tribe lived in the vicinity of present-day Quijotoa, Arizona, south of the Gila River. According to Curtis, the Qahatika belonged to the Pima group of tribes and lived in five villages...
hopi

Hopi

April 01, 2020

The Hopi people were considered a sub tribe of the Pueblo Native Americans, hailing from Arizona, however they spoke a different language. The word Hopi means “peaceful ones” or “hopeful.” Curtis created...

wichita

Wichita

April 01, 2020

The Wichita people originally lived near the Arkansas River in Kansas and by the late 1800’s had occupied areas in Texas until they were removed to the Wichita Reservation in Oklahoma. Curtis created...
Cree

Cree

January 29, 2020

The Cree are one of the largest groups of First Nations in North America. In Canada, the Cree lived north and west of Lake Superior in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and...
Agichide-Assiniboin

Assiniboin

January 28, 2020

The Assiniboin tribe are originally from the northern Great Plains of North America. Today, they are centered in present-day Saskatchewan but also have presence in parts of Alberta and Manitoba...