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Native Americans 1840-1920 
  
Images selected by
Alan Griffiths
 
This exhibition includes many of the classic photographs by Edward S. Curtis, Humphrey Lloyd Hime, Timothy H. O'Sullivan, Alexander Gardner, Ben Wittick, De Lancey W. Gill, William Henry Jackson, Carl Moon, Frank Rinehart and numerous others. It also includes rarer Daguerreotypes along with photographs of the Indian delegations.
 
Whilst this is interesting it is only a partial story as it reflects how Native Americans were recorded by outsiders rather than themselves. Further exhibitions will address these issues. 
  
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Acknowledgements:  
  
Afterimage Gallery, Andrew Smith Gallery, Antiq-Photo, Bancroft Library - University of California Berkely, Bassenge Photography Auctions, Boston Public Library - Print Department, Charles Schwartz Ltd, DeGolyer Library - South Methodist University - SMU, Etherton Gallery, George Eastman Museum, Jefferson Stereoptics, Larry Gottheim - Be-hold - Inc, Lee Gallery, Library and Archives Canada, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Missouri Historical Society, Museum of New Mexico, Museum of Photographic Arts - MOPA, National Archives and Records Administration, National Gallery of Canada / Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, National Gallery of Canada - The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880, New York Public Library, Newberry Library, Photoseed, Private collection of Mark Jacobs, Private collection of Steffen Wolff, Smithsonian Institution LIbraries, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Steven Evans Vintage Photography, Swann Galleries - New York, Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
 
  
Themes 
  
Anthropology and ethnology 
Canada 
Native Americans 
Peoples of the world 
USA 
  

 
 
  

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