Lívia Kasztner

Lívia Kasztner

Lívia Kasztner
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“The color of the skin makes no difference. What is good and just for one is good and just for the other, and the Great Spirit made all men brothers. I have a red skin, but my grandfather was a white man. What does it matter? It is not the color of my skin that makes me good or bad.” - Chief White Shield

This photograph was taken in 1908 by Edward Curtis. It shows an Indian Chief named White Shield. I love the work Edward Curtis did in capturing these images of Native Americans.

American Indian bride, early 1900s

This 1910 Edward S. Curtis photograph shows a Wishxam bride wearing a dentalium shell wedding headdress. Historically, the Wishxam (or Wishram) people lived on the north bank of the Columbia River near The Dalles, Oregon.

American Indian bride, early 1900s

This 1910 Edward S. Curtis photograph shows a Wishxam bride wearing a dentalium shell wedding headdress. Historically, the Wishxam (or Wishram) people lived on the north bank of the Columbia River near The Dalles, Oregon.

“The color of the skin makes no difference. What is good and just for one is good and just for the other, and the Great Spirit made all men brothers. I have a red skin, but my grandfather was a white man. What does it matter? It is not the color of my skin that makes me good or bad.” - Chief White Shield

This photograph was taken in 1908 by Edward Curtis. It shows an Indian Chief named White Shield. I love the work Edward Curtis did in capturing these images of Native Americans.