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|Artists:||Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952|
|Keywords:||Photographs;Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952;Photogravures;Images;Headgear;Tribal chiefs;Apache indians|
|Publisher:||Memphis, Tenn. : Archives and Special Collections, Rhodes College|
|Abstract:||Description by Edward S. Curtis from Library of Congress, American Memory website: "Chief of the White Mountain Apache. A well-known character, having been a scout with General Crook. Colonel Cooley, who was chief of scouts under Crook, says a braver man than Alchise never lived. He was about twenty-two when Fort Apache, then Camp Ord, was established in 1870, making the year of his birth about 1848. This portrait was made at Alchise's camp on White river in the spring of 1903." source: Library of Congress, American Memory website|
|Description:||The original photogravure was produced in Boston by John Andrew & Son, c1903 and published as plate 05 in The North American Indian volume one subtitled The Apache. The Jicarillas. The Navaho. Original copyright Seattle : E.S. Curtis, 1907|
|Appears in Collections:||Edward S. Curtis Collection. Images|
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