This resource provides an easy entry point to the massive collections assembled by John P. Harrington, much of which has been digitized recently for online access.
The James E.
An American Artist in Alaska
Photographs from the
William H. Crocker
at the Smithsonian
A Museum exhibit that ran from July 23, 2011 to November 4, 2012, featured HSFA film and video documenting Rastafaris (Jamaica), Bamana (Mali), Yupik Eskimo (Alaska) and Ju/’hoan Bushmen (Namibia).
This exhibit revisits the 1926 Dutch and American Expedition to New Guinea led by Smithsonian anthropologist, Matthew Stirling.
Squint Eyes (Tichkematse)was a Plains Indian artist who continued to draw after being held prisoner at Fort Marion
Fieldwork Diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher
Selections from the Field Journal of William Duncan Strong (Honduras, 1933)
Several albums of artwork from a variety of Kiowa artists, from the 19th and 20th centuries.
A tribute to ethnographic filmmaker John Marshall.
A tribute to the life’s work of this Argentine-American filmmaker known for his humanist approach to storytelling.
The Lakota marked the passage of time by drawing pictures of memorable events on calendards known as winter counts.
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