Here for your enjoyment is an inspiring photograph entitled "Youth From the Desert Land". It was made in 1906 by Edward S. Curtis. The photo shows a young Navajo boy, wrapped in a blanket, and with a bandana on his head. There is a look of sadness in the boy's eye, perhaps reflecting the difficlut position these original Americans faced at the turn of the century..
Axomama is the Incan Goddess of Potatoes. Potatoes formed a vital part of the food supply of the Incan people, and most villages would have a particularly odd-shaped potato to worship and ask for a good harvest. Axomama’s name, means “potato mother.”
Here for your browsing pleasure is an imposing photo of a Navaho Chief. It was made in 1904 by Edward S. Curtis. The illustration presents a stunning portrayal of the Navaho Indian Chief, wrapped in a traditional Indian Blanket.This is a Head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right.