The Library of Congress, has this web site dedicated to the work of Edward Curtis. Curtis photographed Native Americans at the close of the 19th century; many of his photographs were staged and overly sentimental. Even so, he was able to capture scenes that were rapidly disappearing by the time he traveled to the various places where Native Americans were still living.
The link takes you to the homepage. You can follow the links to different photographs. I won’t go into a lecture about the genocide that we committed against the native population here — we all know the story. Just enjoy the photographs and the day. Be safe. And if you are so disposed, pray for peace and greater understanding and compassion among people.