Buffalo Bill's Wild West Warriors: A Photographic History is published by Harper Collins and the Smithsonian Institution celebrating the photographs taken by Gertrude Kasebier. Her work focuses on the Native American participants of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Associate curator at the Photographic Collection of the Museum of American History Michelle Delaney provides historical context for the photographer and her subjects. Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) was an American portrait photographer and this collection is based on her interest in photographing Native Americans who participated in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. In addition this book features fascinating portraits of Zitkala-Sa, also known as Gertrude Simmons Bonnin, a writer, violinist and Indian rights activist. The book also contains show memorabilia, excerpts from letters, sketches by Native Americans, additional contextual photographs, and background on photography trends of the era. Special features are historical background essays, including a history of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and the role of Native Americans. In all there are 116 photographs in this book that offer a new look at the role of Native Americans in entertainment.