Native Americans and Their Shadow Catchers
An exhibit by the Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Department of Special Collections


INTRODUCTION
NATIVE AMERICANS
Apache Encampment
Chiricahua Apache Princess
Guard House
Kas-tziden [Nana]
The "Kid"
Kla-esh [Chihuahua]
Na-buash-i-ta
Red Stocking
Washee
SHADOW CATCHERS
Christian Barthelmess
Camillus S. Fly
A. Frank Randall
Ben Wittick
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Red Stocking (Native American woman)

Red Stocking
Navajo Woman

Dressed in a combination of Native American and contemporary clothing with Native American adornments. Original description at the bottom of photograph reads "Squaw", a term considered offensive by Native Americans of today.

Studio Portrait by Christian Barthelmess


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June 10, 2008