American Indians of the West - Portraits
In the late 1800's and early 1900's, Many Indians sat for photographic portraits. These portraits preserved what was left of traditional American Indian dress, which, other wise, may have been lost in past history forever.
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American Indians of the West - White Indian Archival quality giclee print. Graphite. This portrait was done based on the true story of Elijah Nicholas Wilson, who ran away and was adopted by a Shoshone Tribe. "Nick", as he was known, became a beloved son of a Shoshone tribal leader, and lived true to his Shoshone family throughout his life. He maintained contact with his biological family, but preferred his indian ways, and remained loyal to adopted family.