Eskimo Family Group. It was taken in 1929 by Edward S. Curtis. --Such gorgeous hoods!
People help erect the totem pole carved in honor of slain woodcarver John T. Williams near the Space Needle on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012. At 33 feet tall and roughly 5,000 pounds, the totem pole was carried by supporters from Pier 57 to a plaza at Seattle Center, where it was erected. Photo: LINDSEY WASSON / SEATTLEPI.COM Click through for the entire story and more great photos.
Portrait of Kaw-u-tz, a young Cado woman - by George Bancroft Cornish 
Sarah Winnemucca, 1844 - October 17, 1891. Born circa 1844 in Humboldt Lake, Nevada, and descended from two chiefs, Sarah Winnemucca developed a high proficiency in language, later serving as an interpreter for her people and the U.S. Army. She spoke passionately in the west and east about the terrible treatment of Native American communities and wrote the book Life Among the Piutes.
Sarah Winnemucca - we should all hope for this much courage.