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Arikara

ARIKARA

August 26, 2020

The Arikara tribe are from North Dakota. They were a semi-nomadic people on the Great Plains. They were primarily an agricultural society. Corn was the most important staple to the Arikara...
SKOKOMISH

SKOKOMISH

August 25, 2020

The Skokomish people lived in the state of Washington. Their name means "river people" or "people of the river". Curtis created twelve (12) copper photogravure plates during his visits... 
MANDAN

MANDAN

August 24, 2020

The Mandan lived in the Great Plains, primarily in North Dakota, where they still reside on Fort Berthold Reservation. The Mandan were great traders, focusing mostly on food trading but also...

ATSINA

ATSINA

August 23, 2020

The Atsina tribe lived in central Montana and now reside in northern Montana. They are also known as Gros Ventre which translates to "big belly". Curtis created a total of forty-four (44) copper photogravure...
APSAROKE

APSAROKE

August 22, 2020

The Apsaroke tribe, also known as the "Crow", lived in Montana. Their name translates as "children of the large-beaked bird". Curtis created ninety-one (91) copper photogravure... 
YANKTONAI

YANKTONAI

August 21, 2020

The Yanktonai are a Western Dakota tribe. Their name means "village at the end" and they reside in the upper Missouri River area. Curtis created seven (7) copper photogravure plates...

TETON SIOUX

TETON SIOUX

August 20, 2020

The Teton Sioux, also known as the Lakota, occupied areas near present-day Pierre, South Dakota. Currently, they reside in North and South Dakota. Curtis created a total of... 
SNOQUALMU

SNOQUALMU

August 18, 2020

The Snoqualmu tribe is native to the state of Washington. They are also known as Snoqualmie. Curtis created a total of one (1) coppr photogravure plate during his visits with the Snoqualmu... 
SHOALWATER BAY

SHOALWATER BAY

August 17, 2020

The Shoalwater Bay tribe lived in western Washington state. They are descended from three other tribes. Curtis created four (4) copper photogravure plates during his visits with the Shoalwater Bay...

QUINAULT

QUINAULT

August 16, 2020

The Quinault tribe lived in the state of Washington. They have been noted basket makers and weavers. Curtis created twenty-six (26) copper photogravure plates during his visits with the Quinault...
QUILLIUTE

QUILLIUTE

August 15, 2020

The Quilliute tribe is native to the state of Washington. They were excellent boat and canoe makers. Curtis created a total of five (5) copper photogravure plates during his visits with the Quilliute... 
QUILCENE

QUILCENE

August 14, 2020

The Quilcene, a band of the Twana tribe, lived along Hood Canal in Washington. One of the many Twana bands, their name means "salt-water people". Curtis created a total of...