Here is a small collection showing the wide variety of homes native americans lived in during the early 1900's.
Two tepees reflected in water of a pond, with four Piegan Indians seated in front of one tepee.
Camp Among Oaks, an unusual image showing a campsite with two tent-like shelters, one with child and baby in cradleboard outside, dog in foreground.
A rare image of a traditional Wachita Grass house.
A Pima Ki, or primitive Pima home, made of arrowbrush and earth, and shows a woman seated by the doorway.
A stunning image of King Island Eskimo Village, showing houses on stilts on a terraced cliff above body of water, small boulders and low growing vegetation in foreground.
Klamath Tule Hut, with a Klamath woman, full-length portrait, facing front, seated in front of house thatched with rush mats.
Indian Cliff Dwellings with four Hopi women in front of a pueblo building.
Chemehuevi Indian House, a thatched shelter built on mounded dirt.
An Apache Wickiup documenting the Apache tradition of living in straw houses. It shows a rounded structure made out of grass, with baskets in front.
Joseph Dead Feast Lodge.
~Photography by Edward S Curtis