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|Authors:||Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952|
|Keywords:||Photographs;Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952;Photogravures|
|Publisher:||Memphis, Tenn. : Archives and Special Collections, Rhodes College|
|Abstract:||Description by Edward S. Curtis: "The Columbia near its mouth spreads in a broad estuary between shores now low and flat and again bold and wooded. The conflict between winds, tides, and current sometimes raises seas that threaten even power-driven craft, and the natives who formerly swarmed in this region were necessarily clever canoemen." Library of Congress, American Memory website|
|Description:||The original photogravure was produced in Boston by John Andrew & Son, c1910 and published as plate 286 in The North American Indian volume 08. Original copyright Seattle : E.S. Curtis, 1911.|
|Appears in Collections:||Edward S. Curtis Collection Images|
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