Beyond illustration: illuminations of the photographic "frontier"
Journal of the West
Drawing upon three categories of photographs--landscapes, portraits, and documentary images of "Indian life"--this essay provides scholars and students with questions and guidelines for interpreting historical photographs as primary resources in research and teaching.
Originally published in Journal of the West 46:2 (Winter 2007). Copyright Journal of the West c2007, reprinted with permission of ABC-CLIO,LLC.
Historical photographs , Pimary sources , Landscape photographs , Portraits , Indigenous peoples -- North America -- Social life and customs , Interpretive guidelines , Indigenous peoples -- Photographs , Indigenous peoples -- Portraits
Williams, C.J. (2007). Beyond illustration: illuminations of the photographic "frontier". Journal of the West, 46 (2), 29-40.