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Edward S. Curtis Collection People 095
 

 

 

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???????: ???? ?? ????? (1928).
English: Nehiyaw Girl (1928).
Español: Chica cri (1928).
Galego: Rapaza cri (1928).
English: A Cree girl
Date This image was copyrighted or originally published in 1928
Source
  • This image came from The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis. These images were published between 1907 and 1930.
  • The digitization of this image was done by the Northwestern University Library, sponsored by the U.S. Library of Congress. Credits: Northwestern University Library, "The North American Indian": the Photographic Images, 2001.
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