Thank You!

We're very grateful for our many supporters and volunteers who helped to make 2021 an amazing year for the Curtis Legacy Foundation.

We also express our deepest gratitude to the many Native individuals and organizations that defended the rights to their lands, water, air, and health. 

We will be posting our 2021 Year in Review soon. If you're not already on our mailing list, please sign up today to be notified when it is ready.

We are thrilled to announce the publication of our new book, Edward S. Curtis: Unpublished Alaska. 

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OUR MISSION

We enhance awareness of North American Natives through educational initiatives, research, and publications that highlight the life and work of Edward S. Curtis while amplifying Native voices.

Jeff Smith, Makah
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A LEGACY OF DESCENDANTS

Ken Workman, Duwamish

CURTIS COMES BACK TO SEATTLE

Watch John Graybill, Edward Curtis' great-grandson and founder of the Curtis Legacy Foundation, talk about his family's history in the places where it all started.

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A LEGACY

OF BEAUTY

The Wedding Party, 1914
Nez Perbe Babe
Apache Guan
A Walpi Man
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Visit our blog to read insights about Edward Curtis' life that he shared only with his family.

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Learn more about Curtis from archived documents, scholarly research, and a long list of books.

The North American Indian
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A LEGACY
OF HISTORY

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