Native American Portraits: Points of Inquiry

May 18, 2012 through Nov 4, 2012

Since the Civil War, photographers have tried to capture the lives of Native American peoples, resulting in some of the most beautiful and elegant portraits in the collections of the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives. More than 50 of these images will be on display from May 18 through November 4, 2012, in Native American Portraits: Points of Inquiry, a salon-style exhibition in the History Museum’s Mezzanine Gallery. Together, the images document the changing perceptions of Native peoples over a span of almost 100 years. view the online exhibition »

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Two Moons Stoic/Two Moons Smiling

The Three Graces

Grandma & Me

Son of Keo-kuk

Patricio Calabasa, Santo Domingo Pueblo

Jesus Antonio Moya, Santa Ana Pueblo

Hoiio-Wotoma, Cheyenne

Loti, Laguna Pueblo

Pawnee Scouts

Woman and Child

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