In this captivating photograph taken by Edward Curtis in 1906, we witness the timeless beauty of an Indigenous American Tewa Girl. Her hair is meticulously styled in the intricate "Squash Blossom" fashion, showcasing the artistry and cultural significance of indigenous hairstyling traditions. Her remarkably long eyelashes add a touch of enchantment to her gaze. Adorned with beads around her neck and dressed in traditional handmade clothing, she embodies the pride and heritage of her Tewa community. Through this image, her grace, and distinctive cultural identity allow us a glimpse into her rich traditions.
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Beautiful! Looks perfect on my wall