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    • Erica Lasley

      Chief Joseph, Nez Pierce, 1901... This type of photograph always puzzles me. The artist probably wanted to take the picture because he believed that in just a few short years Native Americans would have dissappeard completely, or been assimilated. But they didn't/weren't so what we have is a staged photo presenting what the white artist believed was the important preservation image of a Native American...fascinating really.

    • Ed Boring

      Chief Joseph, Nez Perce, 1901

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