"Family Portrait: Now We Are The Ancestors Of Those Who Are Yet Unborn"
17.50 in HIGH x 23.00 in WIDE
(44.45 cm HIGH x 58.42 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom center margin has small text reading "This photo was taken at a Treaty Day in the Early 1920s, and was supplied through the courtesy of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indians. Back row, from left to right, is Mrs. Kewatin, Mrs. Jack Fisher, Mrs. Mostatch, Mrs. Buffalo / Bow, Mrs. Day Walker, Mrs. Mostosacop, Mrs. Takamow, Linda Youngman. Front row, left to right, Chief Hawk, Shedding Hair, Star Blanket, Pointed Cap, Buffalo Bow, Mostatak Feather. / This is one of a series of posters available for 50 cents, or 3 for $1, all of one kind of a mixed set, reprinted on heavy paper with color, by this paper. / Write: Akwesasne Notes, Mohawk Nation, via Rooseveltown, N.Y. 13683."

This is a yellow poster with red ink. The central image is a stage photograph of 16 Native Americans sitting and standing in two rows in the grass. There are trees and teepees in the background. The front row is sitting and the back row is standing. All figures are dressed differently and wear various styles and degrees of indigenous clothing. Many have their hair in two braids. Text above the image reads "'Family Portrait: Now We Are The Ancestors Of Those Who Are Yet Unborn'". There is a 1 to 2.2 inch margin around the central image.
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