The North American Indian (1906-1930) is Edward S. Curtis’ magnum opus and greatest artistic achievement: a twenty-volume publication that captures the lives and landscapes of Native Americans as they traditionally existed in the midst of tribal transition and adaptation to a new modern paradigm life of the reservation. See a selection of the 40,000 photographs Curtis took to create The North American Indian.
C.M. Russell Museum
400 13th St. N.Great Falls, MT
- 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursdays-Mondays, through May 22
- Art & Exhibits