8 edition of Richard Throssel found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Peggy Albright ; with commentaries on the photographs by Crow Tribal members, Barney Old Coyote Jr., Mardell Hogan Plainfeather, and Dean Curtis Bear Claw ; foreword by Joanna Cohan Scherer.|
|LC Classifications||TR140.T47 A72 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0826317545, 0826317553|
|LC Control Number||96004498|
The Community Book is The Truth About Stories: a Native Narrative by Thomas King. Skip to main content. CCBC Library Research Guides The Truth About Stories You're Not the Indian I Had In Mind Richard Throssel (Cree) Images. from the Library of Congress. Richard Throssel papers. Richard Throssel. Crow Indians, The Returning of the War Party, Sale Date: J Auction Closed. Richard Throssel. Camp at the Little Big Horn, Sale Date: Novem Auction Closed. Richard Throssel. Crow Indians on horseback,
The photographs and writings by R. A. Throssel are courtesy of: The American Heritage Center of the University of Wyoming. American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, P. O. Box , Laramie, WY CHIEF PLENTY COUPS: WOLF: CLARA WHITE HIP. TWO GIRLS. Below Are The Links To The Other Richard A. Throssel Pages On This Site. Book reviews of "Through a Native Lens: American Indian Photography,""A Legendary War Horse," "An Alamo Adventure" and more. ” and Crow/Scottish/adopted Cree Richard Throssel, who worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs on the Crow Reservation from to The photographs by Johnston, Haldane and Throssel provide a window into the.
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To Image and to See: Crow Indian Photographs by Edward S. Curtis and Richard Throssel by Northern, Tamara, Brown, Wendi-Starr () Paperback Jan 1, Paperback.
Richard Throssel (–) was a Cree photographer, who documented life on the Crow Reservation at the beginning of the 20th century. Background. Richard Throssel was born in Marengo, Washington in Throssel is best known for his photographs of the Crow Reservation from - Explore Mike Burrowes's board "Richard Throssel", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Native american indians, Native american photos, Native people pins. Richard Throssel was a Cree Indian, adopted by the Crow. He was also a trained commercial photographer who worked with some of the best in the profession at the time.
This book serves as a brief biography and a compilation of his photos of Plains Indians-mostly Crow and Cheyenne.5/5(5). Richard Throssel was born in Marengo, Washington of English, Irish and one-quarter Cree Indian heritage. In he moved to the Crow Reservation in Montana to take a job with the Indian Service.
Shortly after his arrival, he bought a camera and began making portraits of Crow individuals and families as well as photos of daily life and sacred and secular ceremonies on the Reservation.
Born inRichard Throssel was a North American Indian, Richard Throssel book Cree heritage, and an adopted Crow. He was also an accomplished commercial photographer. Throssel lived on the Crow Richard Throssel book from to and undertook a vast personal effort to Reviews: 3.
Sep 1, - Explore tplum11's board "Richard Throssel" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Native american indians, Native american, Native american history pins. The Richard Throssel Collection at the AHC contain materials relating to Throssel’s photographic work with the Crow and Northern Cheyenne from to The collection contains nearly 2, photographs, glass plate negatives, and lantern slides.
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Crow Indian photographer: the work of Richard Throssel. [Peggy Albright] -- In Crow Indian Photographer Peggy Albright deftly combines biographical detail with an overview of Richard Throssel's photographic legacy.
In addition to his Crow photographs, Throssel photographed. Richard Albert Throssel was born one-quarter Native American — variously described as Canadian Cree, Red River Metis, and Wasco, he self-identified early in life as Wasco-Cree — and three.
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Great book. I love all books on western photographers, and this book doesn't disappoint. Little is published on Throssel, so you kind of have to take what you can get. While the text is kind of book report-ish, the photos are fabulous and the research has proved valuable for me.
Well worth the purchase, and a fine addition to any library. Peggy Albright’s Crow Indian Photographer: The Work of Richard Throssel, a book devoted to the photographer’s life and work, drew me in. Throssel was giving me something I had not seen before, something that I did not get from other photographers of his time: an honest and genuine look at the complexities of my people, the Crow Nation.
Summary: Richard Throssel's birthday is 07/10/ and is 49 years old. Richard Throssel lives in Pearland, TX; previous cities include Mountlake Terrace WA and Houston TX.
Richard Alden Throssel, Rick A Throsse and Richard A Throssel are some of the alias or nicknames that Richard has used. 37 photographic prints. | Throssel photographed mostly at the Crow Reservation in Montana. Images show Crow, Northern Cheyenne, and Sioux camps and tepees; scenes on the Little Bighorn River; grave scaffolds; a War Dance, Owl Dance, and Medicine Tobacco Dance; portraits of children and adults, many on horses; and portraits of Curly [Crow army scout], White Man Runs Him [Crow], Two Moons.
Peggy Albright, Crow Indian Photographer: The Work of Richard Throssel, (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, ), Albright, Mary Pickett, “Images of the past get new life: book, photos capture a culture on film”, Billings Gazette SMontana Historical Society Photo Archives Photographer Files, Helena, MT.
Richard Throssel () was a North American Cree Indian who was adopted by the Crow tribe. From to he lived on the Crow Reservation in Montana and set out to document the people.
Richard Throssel Letterhead, ca. American Heritage Center University of Wyoming, In Albright, Crow Indian Photographer: In Throssel left the Crow Reservation and his job with the Indian Service to join his family in Billings, Montana.
Armed with a collection of nearly 1, photographs of Crow and non-Crow Indians, he opened his own. The second best result is Michael W Throssel age 30s in Ferndale, CA. Michael is related to Richard A Throssel and Kimberly Kay Hoffman as well as 2 additional people. Select this result to view Michael W Throssel's phone number, address, and more.
by Peggy Albright, Richard Throssel, Joanna Cohan Scherer Book Description: Born inRichard Throssel was a North American Indian, of Cree heritage, and an adopted Crow. He was also an accomplished commercial photographer.
Throssel lived on the Crow Reservation from to and undertook a vast personal effort to photograph the people.Get this from a library! Blue Thunder: a Crow Indian legend. [Richard Throssel] -- A story from the mythology of the Crow Indians. Artist: Richard Throssel Artist Bio: American, - Creation Date: c.
Process: gelatin silver print Credit Line: Gift of Graham and Views: K.