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    • Zia, New Mexico

    • Zia, New Mexico
    • Unknown
    • Zia Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico;
    • "Zia, N. M. on Jemez River"
    • Zia Pueblo

    • Zia Pueblo
    • Unknown
    • Zia Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico;
    • "Zia Pueblo on Jemez River"
    • Yuma Indian Hut

    • Yuma Indian Hut
    • Unknown
    • Yuma Indians; Indians of North America
    • "Yuma Indians - Indian Hut."
    • Young man with burro

    • Young man with burro
    • Hanna, Forman, 1882-1950
    • Hopi Indians
    • A young man with a burro and a dog stand alongside a path located on First Mesa, near Hano, Arizona.
    • Yaqui Dancing Figure, Gift to Gov. Bruce Babbitt

    • Yaqui Dancing Figure, Gift to Gov. Bruce Babbitt
    • Unknown
    • Babbitt, Bruce E.; Yaqui Indians--Social life and customs--Arizona; Yaqui dance
    • Yaqui dancing figure on wooden base. The dancer is bare chested and holding a yellow rattle in each hand. He wears a white necklace, a white headdress with a grey and red deer's head, blue pants with white cuffs, black and white waistband, and a...
    • Wupatki Ruins

    • Wupatki Ruins
    • Unknown
    • Landscape photography -- Arizona -- Wupatki; Pueblo Indians -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument -- Antiquities; Sinagua culture -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument; Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument --...
    • Ruins at Wupatki
    • Wupatki Ruins

    • Wupatki Ruins
    • Unknown
    • Landscape photography -- Arizona -- Wupatki; Pueblo Indians -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument -- Antiquities; Sinagua culture -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument; Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument --...
    • People at Wupatki ruins
    • Wupatki Ruins

    • Wupatki Ruins
    • Unknown
    • Landscape photography -- Arizona -- Wupatki; Pueblo Indians -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument -- Antiquities; Sinagua culture -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument; Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument --...
    • Wupatki National Monument ruins
    • Wupatki

    • Wupatki
    • Unknown
    • Landscape photography -- Arizona -- Wupatki; Pueblo Indians -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument -- Antiquities; Sinagua culture -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument; Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument --...
    • "Wupatki"
    • Wupatki

    • Wupatki
    • Unknown
    • Landscape photography -- Arizona -- Wupatki; Pueblo Indians -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument -- Antiquities; Sinagua culture -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument; Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument --...
    • "Wupatki 1084-1197; Ruin J. - Citadel Ruin Wupatki Nat. Mon."
    • Wupatki

    • Wupatki
    • Unknown
    • Landscape photography -- Arizona -- Wupatki; Pueblo Indians -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument -- Antiquities; Sinagua culture -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument; Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Wupatki National Monument --...
    • "Wupatki N. Ariz."
    • Woodworking Skills

    • Woodworking Skills
    • Linderman, Daniel B.
    • Arizona; Maricopa Indians; American Indian education; Maricopa Indians--History; Native American culture; boys; children
    • A group of boys at the Maricopa Day School show off their woodworking skills with a small toy wagon. Original nitrate negative replaced with direct duplicate of negative.
    • Wooden Bow

    • Wooden Bow
    • Unknown
    • Apache Indians
    • Bow. Apache. Wooden, long, slightly curved bow with crown-like top notches on each end. 2 inches wide. 39 inches in length.
    • Women's Shelter

    • Women's Shelter
    • Unknown
    • Navajo Indians -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- Southwest, New;
    • "Structure for shelter of woman during menstruation Navajo Res."
    • Women on House at work, Oraibi

    • Women on House at work, Oraibi
    • Runke, Walter and Laura
    • Hopi Indians--Dwellings--Arizona--Oraibi; Hopi women; Basket making
    • Women on House at work, Oraibi; two women on roof making baskets
    • Women of the Desert - Navaho, Portfolio 1, Plate 27

    • Women of the Desert - Navaho, Portfolio 1, Plate 27
    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Navajo Indians
    • The Navaho women are, for the greater part, the owners of the flocks and invariably, with the children, the herders. They are so thoroughly at home on their scrubby ponies that they seem a part of them and probably excel all other Indians as...

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