New Item

Back to Vintage Photographs, Goldtones and Copper Plates

Shores of Puget Sound

Land of the Coast Salish

The country inhabited by the coast Salish is a land of varied aspect.  Extending over nearly four degrees of latitude, or some two hundred and fifty miles from north to south, and a hundred miles from east to west, it is diversified by such regions as the low-lying shores of Shoalwater bay (Willapa harbor) and Grays harbor; the loftier prairies between Cowlitz river and the head of Puget sound; the deep, ramifying waters of that inland sea and of adjacent bodies; the maze of islands between the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Strait of Georgia; the lowlands of the deltas of such rivers as the Skagit, the Nooksack, and the Fraser; the serrated coasts of British Columbia beyond the Fraser and of the lower eastern portion of Vancouver island. 

Edward S. Curtis, The North American Indian, Text IX, 3, 1913.

Edward Curtis

Original Copper Plate

8.75" x 6.5"


 A gallery specialist will contact you shortly to complete your order or answer your questions.

To discourage spam, please answer this simple question:
What is the opposite of down?


Share this via email

Buying, selling and appraising.  

Specializing in Edward Curtis’ photographic works and antique American Indian art from all regions of North America.


Flury & Co

322 First Avenue South
Seattle, Wa 98104

Monday-Saturday 11am-5pm
closed on Sundays