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Indian Sun Worship

Indian Sun Worship

You are viewing an unusual image of Indian Sun Worship. It was taken in 1927 by Edward S. Curtis.

The image shows a Barechested Tewa man with his hands raised skyward, each holding a feather, as he faces and worships the sun.

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Image ID# 0A022011

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