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Title: Paqusilahl–Qagyuhl Date Created/Published: c1914 November 13. Summary: Dancer representing Paqusilahl (“man of the ground embodiment”), wearing a mask and shirt covered with hemlock boughs, representing paqus, a wild man of the woods.

Fantastic Photographs Of North American Indians In Ceremonial Masks (1905-1915) - Flashbak

Edward Curtis photograph of Kwakwaka 'wakw Nation dancer representing Paqusilahl (man-of-the-ground embodiment), wearing a mask and shirt covered with hemlock boughs, representing Paqus, a wild man of the woods.

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Edward Curtis, Navajo, Nayenezgani

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Navajo Ceremonial Costume You are looking at an educational picture of Nayenezgani. It was taken in 1904 by Edward S. The picture presents an Indian, facing front, wearing dark mask, fur ruff, paint on torso.

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Haschebaad - Navaho (The North American Indian, v. Cambridge, MA: The University Press, :: Featured Sets

KWAKIUTL ANIMAL SPIRITS. From In the Land of the War Canoes (In the Land of the Head Hunters), a 1914 movie by Edward Curtis. Bill Holm and George Quimby restored the movie in 1973, with a new audio track.

from In the Land of the War Canoes (In the Land of the Head Hunters), a 1914 movie by Edward Curtis. Bill Holm and George Quimby restored the movie in .

Edward S. Curtis - Untitled silver print, 1912. no other information unfortunately.

huldrapress: “Edward S. Curtis - Untitled silver print, no other information unfortunately.

Kwakiutl dancer - Edward S. Curtis

Date Created/Published: November Summary: Ceremonial mask worn by a dancer portraying the hunter in Bella Bella mythology who killed the giant man-eating octopus. The dance was performed during Tluwulahu, a four day ceremony prior to the Winter Dance.

Yup'ik Ceremonial. Nunivak. 1929.

Ceremonial Mask - Nunivak (The North American Indian, v. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, by Edward Sheriff Curtis from University of Southern California Libraries

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