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Kwakiutl group in ocean canoes - 1914

Wedding guests, Kwakiutl people in canoes, British Columbia, ca. 1914.

Kwakiutl tribe of Native Americans in canoes on a river in British Columbia. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis, c1914.

War canoe

Kwakiutl group – 1914 Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, Native American History,

Due to the fact that the people of the Northwest Coast had access to food year-round, the Northwest Coastal People did not migrate or move.

Kwakiutl group – 1914

Still from the Curtis film "In the Land of the Head Hunters"(1914) with the Kwakwaka'wakw peoples

The Kwakiutl People A brief description on the culture of the Kwakiutl, a group of Native tribes located in the Pacific Northwest.

Kwakiutl group - circa 1900

Kwakiutl group in ocean canoes - 1915

E. Curtis, The Kwakiutl, 1914

Photo by Edward S. Curtis c. 1907-1930 of a Qagyuhl wedding party. (Edward S. Curtis / SI Libraries)

1914 Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Kwakiutl Canoes, C1914 by Granger

Sailing Canoe 2

1914 Duvet Cover featuring the photograph Kwakiutl Canoes, C1914 by Granger

Kwakiutl Canoes, C1914 Shower Curtain

Warcas and his wife in dugout canoe,1900.Topic: Kwakiutl Indians

In The Land Of The Head Hunters film billboard

Skeena canoe

Kwakwak'wakw man in historical cedar bark clothing, fishing on the water.


Kwakiutl man wearing traditional regalia, photograph by Edward S. Curtis, c. 1914

Quinault Shovelnose Canoes, 1912, by Edward S Curtis - Stock Image

Kwakiutl Canoes, C1914 Greeting Card

Milwaukee Public Museum, Indians of the Northwest Coast, Kwakiutl (NBY 22663) -

Kwakwa'wakw culture, Edward S. Curtis

The Bridal Party By Curtis

802 Indians of the Northwest coast - Kwakiutl, Milwaukee Public Museum Group (NYPL b12647398

Man with copper piece, hammered in the characteristic "T" shape. Photo taken by Edward S. Curtis.

Richard Hunt carving.jpg

Kwakiutl map

Haida Gwaii Loo Taas canoe by Bill Reid

Return to the Land of the Head Hunters: Edward S. Curtis, the Kwakwaka'wakw, and the Making of Modern Cinema | Library And Museum | Anthropology

Curtis used members of Vancouver Island's Kwakwaka'wakw tribe as actors and extras in his film. (Library of Congress)

Sailing Canoe 1

Canoe Dancers


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The kwakiutl (indian jrs.) (junior library of american indians)-exlibrary

Kelsey Bay, canoe at Salmon River, June 1911. Photo: BC Archives

Kwakiutl family in canoe - Stock Image

David Neel

The Kwakiutl Band Council is currently suing Pan Fish for failing to provide an agreed upon monthly percentage of the fish farm profits as a royalty fee for ...

Louis Choris, Vue de l'Ile de St. Paul. This drawing depicts

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The Lummi Youth Canoe glides by an outline of Suquamish-Duwamish leader Chief Sealth.



Elderly Kwakiutl woman and canoe - Stock Image

Native American print, 1914. Kwakiutl people in canoes, British Columbia.By Edward Curtis. Native American wall.Native wedding ceremonies.

Native American Kwakiutl or Qagyuhi dancers wearing masks and costumes during a traditional potlatch 1914 in

By Edward Curtis Stock Photos & By Edward Curtis Stock Images - Page 3 - Alamy

Kwakiutl Village -- model for villages in story Snowy Owl, Native American Projects,

Heyerdahl's book provides evidence of many further similarities beyond their shape and appearance (even though the similarities in shape and appearance, ...

Tepee, Alberta, Canada, 1927. Photograph by Edward Curtis (1868-1952

7 Canoes ...

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Kwakiutl Plank House Pacific Northwest date 1905

Vancouver Island Copper

A black-and-white photograph of a family of three in a dugout canoe

A group of scattered forest rangers, sitting, socializing, and relaxing on the grass

1914–16. Tom Thomson (1877– .

Welcome Figure

Totem poles in front of homes in Alert Bay in the 1900s.

Edward S. Curtis (1868–1952): Hamatsa shaman, three-quarter length portrait, seated on ground in front of tree, facing front, possessed by supernatural ...

By Edward Curtis Stock Photos & By Edward Curtis Stock Images - Page 3 - Alamy

... Canoeing on Clayoquot Sound 1 Two Hesquiat women are homeward bound with the product of their day's labor in gathering food, and cedar-bark to be used ...

nul-curtis-data/nai.10.book.json at master · trevormunoz/nul-curtis-data · GitHub

Photo: Dale Sanders

Broughton fish farm protest, 11 February 2003. Photo: Union of BC Indian Chiefs

Tsukwani (aka Francine Hunt) at Blunden Harbour, British Columbia - Nakoaktok Kwakiutl - 1914


1914 – A Kwakiutl man wearing a mask depicting a man transforming into a loon.


Eric L. Harvie (founder of the Riveredge Foundation) and Chester de la Vergne fishing, southern Alberta, [ca.1930s] NB-17-29

... canoes 1 The scene looks out from the mouth of Cowichan river upon Cowichan harbor. ...

Boat shape with human figures

Kwakwaka'wakw house decorated with three designs, Fort Rupert, 1885

Photos: Edward Curtis, 1914

Pacific North West Sea Lion Drum

Kwakiutl Resource | Learn About, Share and Discuss Kwakiutl At Popflock.com

Sun Dogs and Eagle Down: The Indian Paintings of Bill Holm (Naomi B. Pascal Editor's Endowment): Lloyd J. Averill, Steven C. Brown: 9780295979472: ...

By Edward Curtis Stock Photos & By Edward Curtis Stock Images - Page 3 - Alamy

A kwakiutl village and school by harry f. wolcott (paperback, 2003)