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American Indians of the Southwest, Surveys of the West 1871-1875

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Image gallery of Native American Indians of the Southwest “Malman, a Mohave Indian” “Mohave Indians; Panbono and Mitiwara” "Apache Scouts, at Apache Lake, Sierra Blanca Range [Arizona]. " "Distant View of Fort Wingate, New Mexico." "Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. Section of the Southern half." "[Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico.]" “Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. View from the exterior.” “Gardens surround the Indian Pueblo of Zuni, in which are raised a variety of vegetables, such as pepper, onions, garlic &c.” "Old Mission Church, New Mexico, built 1776." “War Chief of the Zuni Indians.” [Pedro Pino, Govenor of the Zunis.] “Lieutenant Governor of the Zuni Pueblos, New Mexico." “Alcalde of the Zuni Pueblos, New Mexico." “Lieutenant Governor and Alcalde, Zuni Pueblos, New Mexico." “Zuni Indians, Old and Young, New Mexico." “The Two Beauties of the Zuni Pueblos." “Curiousities of the Zuni Pueblos, Albino and Zuni Indians." “Group of Zuni "Indian Braves," at their Pueblo, New Mexico ." “Zuni Indian Girl, with water olla.” “Group of Zuni Indian “Braves,” at their Pueblo, New Mexico.” “Albino Boy and Zuni Indian Boy, Zuni Pueblos, New Mexico.” “Group of Navajoe Indians, New Mexico ” “Pedro, Captian of one of the Coyetero Apache Bands, Arizona, in his Washington Costume. ” “Young Apache Warrior and Squaw [sic], near Camp Apache, Arizona. ” “Group of Apaches, in front of their Wick-i-ups[sic], near Camp Apache, Arizona. ” “Apache Braves ready for the Trail , near Camp Apache, Arizona. ” “Group of Coyetero Apaches, near Camp Apache, Arizona. ” “Group of Miguel's Band, Coyetero Apaches, near Camp Apache, Arizona. ” “Apache Squaw and Papoose , near Camp Apache, Arizona. ” “Apache Indians, as they appear ready of the war-path.” “Group of Coyetero Apaches and their Agent, at Camp Apache, Arizona .” “Aboriginal life among the Navajo Indians, Cañon de Chelle, New Mexico. Squaw weaving blankets. The native loom. The blankets made are of the best quality, and impervious to water.” “Aboriginal life among the Navajos.” “Navajo Brave and his Mother. The Navajos were formerly a warlike tribe until subdued by U.S. Troops, in 1858-60. Many of them now have fine flocks, and herds of horses, sheep and goats.” “Navajo Indian Squaw, and Child, at their home, in Cañon de Chelle.” “Navajo Squaws and Child.” “Wahreo, a Chief among the Navajoes, New Mexico.” “Navajo Boys and Squaw, in front of the quarters at old Fort Defiance, N.M., now unoccupied by troops. The agency for the Navajos is located here.” “Navajo Family Group.” “[Old Fort Defiance.]” “Navajoe Dance, Old Fort Defiance, New Mexico.” “Apache Squaw and Child.” “Street. Pueblo of Zuni.” “Apache Indian and his Squaw.” “Pah-ge, a Ute Squaw, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico.” “Ute Braves, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico, in “full dress.”” [No caption, but appears to be same persons as in “No. 40. Ute Braves, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico, in “full dress.””] [No caption; possibly a Ute warrior in full dress.] “The Arrow Maker and his daughter.” “Group of Men in full dress.” “U-Wa, Wife of Chu-ar-ru-um-peak, Chief of the Kaí-vav-its.” “The Empty Cradle.” “Ta-vo-koki, or The Circle Dance. (Summer Costume.)” Kaí-vav-its. “Kindling a fire by friction.” “The seed gatherers.” “Won-si-vu at rest.” "The Game of Ni-aung'-pi-kai" “Moak SHIN-AÚ-AV of the Ú-ai-Nú-ints,” “Nu-Nu-Shi-Unt, the Dreamer.” "Kwi-toos and his son." "Ai'-at-tau-a, (beautiful man,) Chief of the Mo-a-pa'-ri-ats" “Tau-Um-Pu-Gaip, Sub-Chief of the  Mo-a-pá-ria-ats.” “Mo-A-Pa-Tau-A.” “Five and three are eight.” “Met on the Road.” “AŃ-TI-NAINTS, PU-TÚ-SIV, AND WÍ-CHUTS.” “AŃ-TI-NAINTS, PU-TÚ-SIV, AND WÍ-CHUTS, Sitting.” “AŃ-TI-NAINTS, PU-TÚ-SIV, AND WÍ-CHUTS, Sitting.” “KAI-AŔ.” [“The Sorcerer.”] “The Old Gamblers.” “Ka-ni sleeping.” “TA-NOATS, Sub Chief of the Nu-á-gun-tits.” “Visiting the Settler.” “On A Trading Expedition.” “The Chief’s House, in the Town of Oraibi.” “A Back Street in the Town of Oraibi.” “House of Tal-ti, Chief of the Council, in the Town of Oraibi.” “House of Tal-ti, Chief of the Council, in the Town of Oraibi.” "Yan-Mo –Wife of Won-wan in native dress." "Tau'-ruv sitting" "The Messenger in full dress." "Indians counting" "The Messenger." "Indian Boy and his Dog." "Sai'-ar Home. " "Sai-ar and his Family." "The Maiden" “Ta-vah-puts, Chief of the U-in-ta Utes.” “Home of Ta-vah-puts.” “Home of Ta-vah-puts.” “Tau-ruv sitting.” “Pah-ri-ats in Summer Costume.” “Indian Boy and his Dog." “The Mirror case.” “Babe in Cradle.” “Indian Girl on Horseback.” “The Elk-skin Tent.” "The Warrior and his bride" “An-te-ro, War Chief of the U-in-ta Utes.” “Boy and Girl.” “The present of a Necklace.” “The Old Man comes on the Scene.” “Pueblo of Lagunas Indians, New Mexico.” “The Watch-Tower.”

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