Born in 1856, “Two Whistles” was an Apsaroke native American.
His hawk headdress was a means of bearing the animal’s spirit and remaining under its protection.
This striking photograph is drawn from the work of Edward S. Curtis. As from 1907, the anthropologist took more than 40,000 snapshots of endangered North American tribes, in an effort to immortalize their lives and customs.
Wristwatch assembled in Paris.