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15 Uncommon Color Images Of Native Individuals From The 19th And 20th Century

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Movie-maker Paul Ratner developed a ardour for researching outdated images of indigenous individuals whereas making “Moses on the Mesa”, a movie a couple of German-Jewish immigrant who fell in love with a Native-American girl and have become governor of her tribe of Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico within the late 1800s.

“What has been most gratifying to me about researching outdated photographs of Native Individuals is when the family of the individuals featured within the photographs uncover them via our fashionable Fb web page,” Ratner instructed . “A lot of them have by no means seen these photographs and are excited to seek out them. Additionally it is thrilling when of us accurately establish the individuals and the tribes pictured within the photographs because the archives or classic picture auctions typically have incorrect or incomplete data. I really feel like via this course of we’re reclaiming some misplaced historical past.”

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#1 Minnehaha. 1904


Minnehaha. 1904

#2 Bone Necklace. Oglala Lakota Chief. 1899. Photograph By Heyn Photograph


Bone Necklace. Oglala Lakota Chief. 1899. Photo By Heyn Photo

#three Blackfeet Tribal Camp With Grazing Horses. Montana. Early 1900s. Glass Lantern Slide By Walter Mcclintock


Blackfeet Tribal Camp With Grazing Horses. Montana. Early 1900s. Glass Lantern Slide By Walter Mcclintock

#four Eagle Arrow. A Siksika Man. Montana. Early 1900s. Glass Lantern Slide By Walter Mcclintock


Eagle Arrow. A Siksika Man. Montana. Early 1900s. Glass Lantern Slide By Walter Mcclintock

#5 Blackfeet Woman. Montana. Early 1900s. Glass Lantern Slide By Walter Mcclintock


Blackfeet Girl. Montana. Early 1900s. Glass Lantern Slide By Walter Mcclintock

#6 Chief James A. Garfield. Jicarilla Apache. 1899. Photograph By William Henry Jackson


Chief James A. Garfield. Jicarilla Apache. 1899. Photo By William Henry Jackson

#7 “Painted Tipis Of The Headmen”. Blackfeet. Montana. Early 1900s. By Walter Mcclintock


"Painted Tipis Of The Headmen". Blackfeet. Montana. Early 1900s. By Walter Mcclintock

#eight Arrowmaker, An Ojibwe Man. 1903


Arrowmaker, An Ojibwe Man. 1903

#9 “Ringing Bell”. 1908. Minnesota. Handpainted Photograph Print By Roland W. Reed


"Ringing Bell". 1908. Minnesota. Handpainted Photo Print By Roland W. Reed

#10 Handpainted Print Of A Younger Lady By The River. Early 1900s. Photograph By Roland W. Reed


Handpainted Print Of A Young Woman By The River. Early 1900s. Photo By Roland W. Reed

#11 Charles American Horse (the Son Of Chief American Horse). Oglala Lakota. 1901. Photograph By William Herman Rau


Charles American Horse (the Son Of Chief American Horse). Oglala Lakota. 1901. Photo By William Herman Rau

#12 Chief Little Wound And Household. Oglala Lakota. 1899. Photograph By Heyn Photograph


Chief Little Wound And Family. Oglala Lakota. 1899. Photo By Heyn Photo

#13 Cheyenne Chief Wolf Gown. Coloration Halftone Replica Of A Portray From A F. A. Rinehart . 1898


Cheyenne Chief Wolf Robe. Color Halftone Reproduction Of A Painting From A F. A. Rinehart Photograph. 1898

#14 ”In Summer time”. Kiowa. 1898. Photograph By F.a. Rinehart


”In Summer”. Kiowa. 1898. Photo By F.a. Rinehart

#15 “Songlike”, A Pueblo Man, 1899. Photograph By F.a. Rinehart


“Songlike”, A Pueblo Man, 1899. Photo By F.a. Rinehart