Angeline, also known as Kikisoblu, was the eldest daughter of Chief Seattle, the leader of the Duwamish and Suquamish tribes. Born around 1820, she was given the name Angeline by Catherine Maynard, the wife of one of Seattle’s founders. Angeline went on to play a...
Edward Curtis dedicated over 30 years to photographing and documenting Native American tribes. Read about his life’s work photographing indigenous cultures in the early 1900s.
Red Hawk. Oglala Lakota. Born 1854. First war-party in 1865 under Crazy Horse, against troops. Led an unsuccessful war-party at 22 years old against Shoshone.
Slow Bull. Oglala Lakota. Born in 1844. First war-party at fourteen, under Red Cloud, against Crow.
This site is devoted to the stunning portrait and landscape photography of Edward S. Curtis.