native american portraits

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I am continuing to photograph portraits of Native Americans at different pow wows on the East and West Coast. Here are some of the portraits I made my second time photographing at the Queens County Farm Pow Wow.

July 2014.

flickr

Proud Native American, Proud African-American by Ann Fisher
Via Flickr:
A strong dancer celebrates her heritage at the Potawatomi Trails pow wow in Zion. Carrying a prayer fan.

Hand-colored ambrotype portrait of an Iroquois man posing with a knife and spear, c. 1855.

Source: Heritage Auctions.

Portrait of Ojibwe chief Hole in the Day, c. 1860′s. By Mathew Brady.

Source: National Archives and Records Administration.

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Happy World Indigenous People’s Day, from your favorite Tsalagi-Mexican Two-Spirit comic artist!!

If you’d like to support an Indigenous artist, check out my webcomic Ringaround (available on Tapas and Smackjeeves, along with my Patreon!)! It features an entirely sapphic and poc main cast, with two Indigenous characters! (Pictured at right)

Juchitán de Zaragoza, Mexico - Dorian Ulises López Macias

Juchitán de Zaragoza (Spanish pronunciation: [xutʃiˈtan de saɾaˈɣosa]; Spanish name; Isthmus Zapotec: Xabizende [ʒàbìˈzěndè]) is an indigenous town in the southeast of the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It is part of the Juchitán District in the west of the Istmo de Tehuantepec region. With a 2005 census population of 74,714 inhabitants, it is the fourth-largest city in the state (just barely behind Salina Cruz). The majority of the indigenous inhabitants are Zapotecs and Huaves.