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On a wintry day c.1906, Edward Curtis took a picture of this Apsaroke woman (see also Apsáalooke, or The Crow Nation) as she bent down to get water from a stream. This image is now available from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

On a wintry day c.1906, Edward Curtis took a picture of this Apsaroke woman (see also Apsáalooke, or The Crow Nation) as she bent down to get water from a stream. This image is now available from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

"The term "gypsy" originally applied to a band of nomadic tribes from India who had traveled for so many centuries they forgot where they had originated. During the Middle Ages, these nomads traveled through Europe. When the Europeans assumed they hailed from the ancient land of Egypt, the nomads did not correct them. The nomads were then labeled as Egyptians which was shortened to "gypsies." The Gypsies became known for their colorful clothing, exotic music and dance, and nomadic…

"The term "gypsy" originally applied to a band of nomadic tribes from India who had traveled for so many centuries they forgot where they had originated. During the Middle Ages, these nomads traveled through Europe. When the Europeans assumed they hailed from the ancient land of Egypt, the nomads did not correct them. The nomads were then labeled as Egyptians which was shortened to "gypsies." The Gypsies became known for their colorful clothing, exotic music and dance, and nomadic…

Gypsy caravan. #Caravan #Vardo #Gypsy by cristina

Gypsy caravan. #Caravan #Vardo #Gypsy by cristina

In 1934, the "Indian New Deal" caused Native American's to be forced to give up their land- the land and resources they utilized for many years to create their clothing, food, shelter, and signature tribal characteristics.

In 1934, the "Indian New Deal" caused Native American's to be forced to give up their land- the land and resources they utilized for many years to create their clothing, food, shelter, and signature tribal characteristics.

Josef Koudelka - Gypsies

Josef Koudelka - Gypsies

Gitans sans lois, ni maîtres - Idées reçues et autres perceptions faussées

Gitans sans lois, ni maîtres - Idées reçues et autres perceptions faussées

Father playing violin for children...

Father playing violin for children...

the reality for many gypsies

the reality for many gypsies

french gypsy pictures

french gypsy pictures

In 1962, Joseph Koudelka embarked on an eight-years’ project, a photo-essay in the tradition of Life magazine on the Gypsies of Czechoslovakla. Composed of portraits where the sitters were facing the camera, Koudelka dealt with the daily lives of Gypsies. Completely aware of the photographer’s presence and accepting of it, he was allowed into world very few non-Gypsies know from the inside. Dynamic and enigmatic,Koudelka looks through his subjects, finds the passage from the unconscious to…

In 1962, Joseph Koudelka embarked on an eight-years’ project, a photo-essay in the tradition of Life magazine on the Gypsies of Czechoslovakla. Composed of portraits where the sitters were facing the camera, Koudelka dealt with the daily lives of Gypsies. Completely aware of the photographer’s presence and accepting of it, he was allowed into world very few non-Gypsies know from the inside. Dynamic and enigmatic,Koudelka looks through his subjects, finds the passage from the unconscious to…