WOMEN & WARRIORS OF THE PLAINS The Pioneer Photography of Julia E. Tuell
First Edition Written by Dan Aadland
"In 1906 there arrived at Lame Deer, Montana, on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, a petite, teenage bride named Julia Tuell. With her school-master husband she would live among the Cheyennes, then briefly among the Sac and Fox tribe in Oklahoma and finally (for more than a decade) with the Lakota (Sioux) on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. Realizing the fleeting beauty of Plains Indian culture, a beauty fading before her eyes, Julia chose for her constant companion an 8 x 10 Kodak camera and indelibly preserved on its glass plates the treasure in this book."
1996, First Edition Hard Cover with Dust Jacket Black-and-White and some Full-Color photographs Brand New and in New Condition
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