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"Kills First" Lakota 1898. Photography by Gertrude Kasebier American Indians

"Kills First" Lakota Photography by Gertrude Kasebier American Indians

Chief Flying Hawk by Gertrude Käsebier, 1898, U.S. Library of Congress | © Gertrude Käsebier/WikiCommons

Flying Hawk, American Indian In the late Flying Hawk went Wild Westing with Buffalo Bill Cody.Chief Flying Hawk was probably the longest standing Wild Wester, traveling for over 30 years throughout the United States and Europe from about 1898 to about

VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHY: Gertrude Käsebier, The Sketch (Beatrice Baxter) 1903

yama-bato: “ Gertrude Käsebier The Sketch (Beatrice Baxter) 1903 platinum print Gift of Hermine Turner Collection of George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film ”

He speaks through his photo. Kills First, Sioux. Photographed in 1898 by Gertrude Kasebier.

He speaks through his photo. Kills First, Sioux. Photographed in 1898 by Gertrude Kasebier. Native Americans have been subject to a multitude of harms and indignities committed against them as official acts of government.

"One should really use the camera as though tomorrow you'd be stricken blind." -- Dorothea Lange

"One should really use the camera as though tomorrow you'd be stricken blind.

July 1939. "Noontime chores: feeding chickens on tenant farm. Granville County, North Carolina." by Dorothea Lange

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner: July "Noontime chores: feeding chickens on Negro tenant farm." Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.// Note I did not write this.

Dorothea Lange - a contrast to today when many of our poor are obese, have cell phones, televisions, air conditioning etc.

I liked this picture because it really highlighted the struggles of the great depression. It shows just how bad life was for the people at the time.

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Florence Thompson with two of her seven children in a California migrant camp Dorothea Lange -- Library of Congress