Portrait of Kaw-u-tz, a Caddo Nation Native American

Early 20th-century sepia-toned portrait of a young Native American woman named Kaw-u-tz, from the Caddo tribe. She has long, dark hair and is gazing to the side with a serene expression. She wears traditional attire with a fringed garment and a multi-strand beaded necklace. Her look is accentuated by a choker-style necklace and the portrait has a soft, focused lighting on her face.

Portrait of Kaw-u-tz, a Caddo Nation Native American, circa 1906.

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“Portrait of Kaw-u-tz, a Caddo Nation Native American” sources: Portrait taken by George Bancroft Cornish / DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University / Wikimedia Commons