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Indigenous People Collection

"Preserving the Rich Heritage of Indigenous People: A Glimpse into their Vibrant Cultures" Exploring the Ancient Cave of the Hands in Argentina

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Cave of the hands, Argentina

Cave of the hands, Argentina
Olympus Digital Camera

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: British Empire world map, 19th century

British Empire world map, 19th century
British Empire world map. This world map shows the 19th-century British Empire (pink) and its indigenous peoples. Five illustrations (clockwise from upper left) show the people of Australia

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Portrait of an Aboriginal man, named Bennelong

Portrait of an Aboriginal man, named Bennelong
Drawing 41 from the Watling Collection titled Native name Ben-nel-long, as painted when angry after Botany Bay Colebee was wounded by Port Jackson Painter, c. 1790

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Msai warrior framed by a flat topped acacia tree and Mt

Msai warrior framed by a flat topped acacia tree and Mt. Kenya (17, 050 ft)

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Expedition vehicle in the Tenere region of the central Sahara

Expedition vehicle in the Tenere region of the central Sahara

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: A Samburu warrior looks out across the eastern scarp

A Samburu warrior looks out across the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley at Poro, Northern Kenya where the land drop precipitously 3, 000 feet

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: The Wider Image: Bolivias cholita climbers

The Wider Image: Bolivias cholita climbers
An Aymara indigenous woman practises climbing on the Huayna Potosi mountain, Bolivia April 6, 2016. Two years ago, about a dozen Aymara indigenous women, aged 42 to 50

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre

A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Huts are seen at the Chipaya community where ethnic group install first autonomous

Huts are seen at the Chipaya community where ethnic group install first autonomous government within Bolivia operating on pre-Columbian laws in Chipaya south of Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 30

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Pomfret illustration

Pomfret illustration
One of 67 original water colour drawings of Mammals, Reptiles and Fish found at King Georges Sound, Western Australia, and in its neighbourhood; accompanied by manuscript notes by Neill, Robert

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Two Msai warriors watch a hot air balloon flight over Masai Mara

Two Msai warriors watch a hot air balloon flight over Masai Mara

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: An Arapahoe Boy, c. 1882. Creator: George de Forest Brush

An Arapahoe Boy, c. 1882. Creator: George de Forest Brush
An Arapahoe Boy, c. 1882

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Hinmatoowyalahtq it (Chief Joseph), 1879. Creator: Charles Milton Bell

Hinmatoowyalahtq it (Chief Joseph), 1879. Creator: Charles Milton Bell
Hinmatoowyalahtq it (Chief Joseph), 1879

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Ugandan children fetching water, Masindi, Uganda, Africa

Ugandan children fetching water, Masindi, Uganda, Africa

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Skeleton of Negrillo or pigmy

Skeleton of Negrillo or pigmy
A skeleton of a female pygmy from the Akka Tribe, Monnattu, central Africa. Specimen presented by Dr Emin Pasha, 1887. Photograph by J Benjamin Stone in 1907

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Almost every Himba woman wears anklets

Almost every Himba woman wears anklets. They comprise strands of homemade metal beads threaded onto leather. Women cover their bodies in red ochre mixed with butterfat

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Man carrying a sack of ginger, Fort Kochi (Cochin), Kerala, India, Asia

Man carrying a sack of ginger, Fort Kochi (Cochin), Kerala, India, Asia

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Deaf Bull, c. 1880. Creator: Laton Alton Huffman

Deaf Bull, c. 1880. Creator: Laton Alton Huffman
Deaf Bull, c. 1880. [Portrait of a chief of the Crow people from the Yellowstone River valley, western United States]. Gelatin silver print

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Intore drummers perform at Butare

Intore drummers perform at Butare.. In the days of the monarchy in Rwanda, Intore dancers were an integral part of the Royal Court. Today, several groups perform nationally and internationally

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: A Waddy Fight, from Australian Pictures by Howard Willoughby, published

A Waddy Fight, from Australian Pictures by Howard Willoughby, published
KW330033 A Waddy Fight, from Australian Pictures by Howard Willoughby, published by the Religious Tract Society, London, 1886 (litho) by English School

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Tea pickers at the Long Coc tea estates, Phu Tho Province, Vietnam

Tea pickers at the Long Coc tea estates, Phu Tho Province, Vietnam

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Burundi. A woman uses traditional pots to transport her goods to market

Burundi. A woman uses traditional pots to transport her goods to market

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Her Horse Kills, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Her Horse Kills, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Her Horse Kills, 1908. Photograph shows three-quarter length portrait of Her Horse Kills, braided hair, wearing traditional clothing, beaded earrings and necklace, seated facing front

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Aims Back, 1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Aims Back, 1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Aims Back, 1910. Photograph shows Aims Back with woman, both in traditional dress, standing outside of tipi

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Samen Anders Mårtensson Ringdal with family, 1897. Creator: Unknown

Samen Anders Mårtensson Ringdal with family, 1897. Creator: Unknown
Samen Anders Martensson Ringdal with family, 1897

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Indian chiefs, between c1900 and c1930. Creator: Unknown

Indian chiefs, between c1900 and c1930. Creator: Unknown
Indian chiefs, between c1900 and c1930

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Men next to logs, between c1900 and 1916. Creator: Unknown

Men next to logs, between c1900 and 1916. Creator: Unknown
Men next to logs, between c1900 and 1916

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Indigenous peoples outside of log building, between c1900 and 1916. Creator: Unknown

Indigenous peoples outside of log building, between c1900 and 1916. Creator: Unknown
Indigenous peoples outside of log building, between c1900 and 1916

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Judge James Wickersham in council with Indian chiefs, between 1900 and 1907. Creator: Unknown

Judge James Wickersham in council with Indian chiefs, between 1900 and 1907. Creator: Unknown
Judge James Wickersham in council with Indian chiefs, between 1900 and 1907

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Men sitting on logs, between c1900 and 1916. Creator: Unknown

Men sitting on logs, between c1900 and 1916. Creator: Unknown
Men sitting on logs, between c1900 and 1916

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Illustration of a Nukagiva Man Making Tattoos on Another Man's Body, 1813

Illustration of a Nukagiva Man Making Tattoos on Another Man's Body, 1813. In 1803-06, Captain I. F. Kruzenshtern became the first Russian to circumnavigate the globe

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Young Hairy Wolf, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Young Hairy Wolf, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Young Hairy Wolf, 1908. Photograph shows head-and-shoulders portrait of Young Hairy Wolf, wearing fur headdress, traditional clothing, and shell necklace, seated, facing front

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Young Hairy Wolf-Apsaroke, c1905. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Young Hairy Wolf-Apsaroke, c1905. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Young Hairy Wolf-Apsaroke, c1905. Young Hairy Wolf, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Yellow Kidney, Piegan, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Yellow Kidney, Piegan, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Yellow Kidney, Piegan, c1910. Yellow Kidney, Piegan man, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, wearing a fur headdress

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Japanese Greeting Rituals, 1813. Creator: Ivan Vasil'evich Chesky

Japanese Greeting Rituals, 1813. Creator: Ivan Vasil'evich Chesky
Japanese Greeting Rituals, 1813. In 1803-06, Captain I. F. Kruzenshtern became the first Russian to circumnavigate the globe

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Richard Wallace, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Richard Wallace, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Richard Wallace, 1908. Photograph shows three-quarter length portrait of Richard Wallace, wearing western clothing and "Judge" ribbon, seated facing front

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Mike Shortman, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Mike Shortman, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Mike Shortman, c1910. Piegan man, half-length portrait, facing right

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Qa hila-Koprino, c1914. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Qa hila-Koprino, c1914. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Qa hila-Koprino, c1914. Qa hila, a Koprino man, bust portrait, facing front, with bone in nose

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Pretty Paint, c1905. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Pretty Paint, c1905. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Pretty Paint, c1905. Pretty Paint, Crow man, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: John Wallace, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

John Wallace, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
John Wallace, 1908. Photograph shows head-and-shoulders portrait of John Wallace, wearing traditional clothing, seated, facing front

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Wades in Water, Piegan Indian, full-length portrait, seated on floor, facing front... c1910

Wades in Water, Piegan Indian, full-length portrait, seated on floor, facing front... c1910
Wades in Water, Piegan Indian, full-length portrait, seated on floor, facing front, with braids, beaded buckskin shirt and leggings, beads with ermine tail trim, c1910

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Stinking Bear, 1905. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Stinking Bear, 1905. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Stinking Bear, 1905. Photograph shows Stinking Bear, wearing full chief headdress, head-and-shoulders portrait, profile facing right

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Reuben Black Boy, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Reuben Black Boy, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Reuben Black Boy, c1910. Reuben Black Boy, half-length portrait, facing front

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Day dreams, 1905. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Day dreams, 1905. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Day dreams, 1905. Photograph shows Chief Plenty Coups squatting on rock near pond, fingers interlaced, meditating

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Plenty Coups, Crow Indian, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, pompadour, temple... c1908

Plenty Coups, Crow Indian, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, pompadour, temple... c1908
Plenty Coups, Crow Indian, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, pompadour, temple braids, beaded buckskin shirt, shell beads around neck, c1908

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Three Eagles, a Nez Percé Indian, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, c1910

Three Eagles, a Nez Percé Indian, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Three Eagles, a Nez Perce Indian, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, c1910

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: The wife of Plenty Coups, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

The wife of Plenty Coups, 1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
The wife of Plenty Coups, 1908. Photograph shows Plenty Coups's wife, wearing traditonal dress, standing againt rock

Background imageIndigenous People Collection: Wolf, c1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Wolf, c1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Wolf, c1908. Head-and-shoulders portrait of Crow man



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"Preserving the Rich Heritage of Indigenous People: A Glimpse into their Vibrant Cultures" Exploring the Ancient Cave of the Hands in Argentina, where indigenous art tells stories that transcend time. Reflecting on the British Empire's 19th-century world map and its impact on indigenous communities across continents. Captivated by a Majestic Maasai Warrior framed by a flat-topped acacia tree and towering Mount Kilimanjaro. Embarking on an Expedition Vehicle through the Tenere region, immersing oneself in the vastness of Central Sahara alongside indigenous guides. Contemplating Life as a Samburu Warrior gazes out across the breathtaking Eastern Scarp, connected to ancestral lands. Witnessing Young Maasai Girls adorning their faces with vibrant ochre, embracing age-old traditions passed down through generations. Unveiling Bolivia's Cholita Climbers in The Wider Image series - indigenous women defying stereotypes while conquering mountains. Meeting a Wise Guarani Man whose presence echoes ancient wisdom from "And Their Ghosts May Be Heard, " capturing his resilient spirit amidst change. Observing a Hadza Hunter indulging in cannabis rituals using a crude stone pipe, highlighting cultural practices intertwined with nature's offerings. Admiring a Graceful Himba Woman adorned in traditional attire; her radiant body gleams with red ochre symbolizing beauty and identity preservation. Exploring Chipaya Community where ethnic groups install their first autonomous huts - witnessing resilience and self-determination firsthand. Immersed in Pomfret Illustration showcasing diverse indigenous cultures worldwide; celebrating their rich tapestry of customs and heritage. In this captivating journey through various corners of our world, we honor and celebrate Indigenous People who have preserved their unique identities against all odds – guardians of culture, tradition, and wisdom.