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Plano de la playa de miel a 10 leguas a sotauento de Pta. Maysi y puerto y pueblo de Baracoa en el qe. serenuen los practicos para enbocar la canal vieja los Navios qe. pasan de[?] Europa para el puerto de la Havana y donde se proveen de carnes y yirutas ella tiene palmas ebanas granadillo /

Mapa de una parte del Rio Yapura : comprehendida desde su entrada en el Rio Marañon por su boca mas occidental hasta el pueblo de San Antonio de Maripi /

Mapa de una parte del Rio Yapurá : comprehendida desde la boca del Caño de Avatiparána immediata al pueblo de Maripi hasta la boca del Rio Apaporis proxima al Salto de Cupati /

Declaration del Pueblo de Tejas, reunido enconvencion general ... En la imprenta de Baker y Bordens, San Feline de Austin 7 de Noviembre de 1835.

Al pueblo Amricano ... Nueva York 3 de Enero de 1870.

Group of Zuni "Indian Braves," at their Pueblo, N.M.

Ruins in ancient pueblo of San Juan, Colorado [i.e. New Mexico] / T. H. O'Sullivan, phot.

[...]ing to Pueblo, Wolpi, Arizona / Hillers photo.

Bake ovens [common?] among the Pueblo Indians at Taos, New Mex.

[Dance at Cochiti Pueblo] / W. Cal. Brown & Co.

Map of Pueblo County, Colorado /

Pueblo Woman Weaving Belt

Pueblo Woman Sweeping Before the Fireplace

A Pueblo Hunter

[Feast day at San Estevan del Rey Mission, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico]

A pueblo pottery-making

Pueblo of Isleta, New Mexico

The old carreta, Pueblo of Laguna, N.M.

Pueblo Indian Farmers

Pueblo Maiden, Isleta, N.M.

Pueblo of Isleta, New Mexico

Pueblo, Colo. 1890.

Pueblo Indians

[Pueblo Indian standing, full lgth., with lasso]

Young Indian girl, pueblo of Isleta, N.M. / Chas. F. Lummis, Los Angeles, Cal.

An Indian Baby-Carriage. Pueblo of Isleta, N.M.

Pueblo Indian Hunter

Pueblo of Acoma, New Mexico. The old governor

Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, Denver and Rio Grande Railway

Pueblo girl rolling the mah-khur

At the snake dance, Moqui pueblo of Hualpi, Arizona. The beginning of the dance. August 21, 1897 / Ben Wittick photo.

New Mexico. Pueblo de Taos

An "Estufa", Pueblo of Taos, N.M.

Going to the spring, Pueblo of San Juan, N.M.

Relics of an ancient race, pueblo of San Juan, N.M.

Acoma, Encantapa from Pueblo of Acoma, N.M.

Pueblo of Aconia [i.e. Acoma], N.M.

The California Limited at the Pueblo Laguna, N.M.

Francisco Vigil--Govr. Pueblo San Ildefonso

Mishongnovi, Middle Mesa Pueblo

Antonio Sala--Govr. Pueblo of Sia

Walpi - 600 ft. above the plain - a chief "pueblo" of the mysterious Moki race (cliff dwellers), Arizona

Maria André and Maria Sophine, Pueblo of Isleta, N.,M.

[Pueblo mother and 3 children outside adobe building]

Old church at pueblo of Acoma, N.M.

"Tzu-chey", Pueblo Indian, Laguna, N.M.

Pueblo Indian man

Old church at pueblo of Acoma, N.M.

[Indian women with large water pots in front of Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico]

[Nampeyo, a noted Tewa Hopi potter of the Hano pueblo in northeastern Arizona, decorating pottery]

A street scene in San Ildefonso Pueblo

The daring ride of Mrs. Eunice (Winkless) Padfield, July 4th 1905

[Taos Pueblo, New Mexico]

[Taos Pueblo, New Mexico]

[Taos Pueblo, New Mexico]

[Taos Pueblo, New Mexico]

[Taos Pueblo, New Mexico]

[Taos Pueblo, New Mexico]

Santa Clara pueblo Indians

Twenty-five thousand people gathered at the state fair, Pueblo, Colo. / photographed and published by B.W. Kilburn.

[Jemez Pueblo Indians in a ceremonial dance, possibly Nov. 12 feast day, New Mexico] / Simeon Schwemberger, St. Michaels, Arizona.

[Jemez Pueblo Indians in a ceremonial dance] / Simeon Schwemberger, St. Michaels, Arizona.

Colorado Fuel and Iron Co. Plant, Pueblo, Colo.

Hopi (Moquin?) Indians, Snake Kiva, Oraibi pueblo, [Arizona]

Hopi Indians purification ceremony, Oraibi pueblo, [Arizona]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Sandoval, 231 U.S. 28 (1913)

[Hopi Indian pueblo - southwest United States]

U.S. Infantry passing thro' a Mexican pueblo

[Pueblo Indian settlements in Arizona: A stove (made of stone and adobe) in Hopi land, Mouqi Indian Reservation, Mishongnovi - Second Mesa]

[Pueblo Indian settlements in Arizona: Street scene in Mishongnovi - Second Mesa]

[Pueblo Indian settlements in Arizona: Walpi]

View showing the general devastation wrought by the flood to the industrial and business districts Pueblo, Col.

Vegetable and grain display, state fair, Pueblo, Colo

Pueblo of Laguna Indians, N. Mex.

Splendid type of Hopi Indian, Hopi Pueblo, Arizona

A close-up of one of the many tents that were used as homes for Pueblo flood refugees. Pueblo Colorado flood

View showing the general devastation wrought by the flood to the industrial and business districts Pueblo, Col.

Miss Florence Mishou, the girl who had charge of the baby bathing tent thru out the emergency period, and one of her little ones. From the day the camp was established until it was taken over bythe city, Miss Mishou and her assistants bathed approximately 130 babies daily. Besides bathing the children, these young volunteers taught the ignorant foreign mothers how to care for their babies properly. Pueblo, Colorado flood

Interior of the mess hall. Pueblo, Colo. flood

Shattered bridge, Pueblo Col. Note the distance the flood carried the second span of the bridge

A general view of the camp, showing the extent of the tents. Pueblo, Colorado flood

A few of the shoes that were sent into the south side Red Cross Relief Station for distribution among the flood sufferers. Pueblo Colorado flood

Wash houses erected in the refugee camp so that the refugee families would have some sanitary way of washing their clothes. Pueblo Colorado flood

The Post Office, the drinking bag and the bulletin board all appear in this picture. Pueblo, Colorado flood

View showing the general devastation wrought by the flood to the industrial and business districts Pueblo, Col

Pueblo Indians, [1/15/23]

Pueblo Indians, [1/15/23]

[Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico]

Women grinding corn, Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico

[Boy at Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico]

San Esteban Del Rey Mission, Old Acoma Pueblo, Valencia County, New Mexico / W. Howard Speer del.

Rio Grande canyon, Colorado. Pack train heading for camp on an old road used 60 years ago for freighting between Denver and Pueblo and Silverton and Durango

Old mission church. Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

Governor Sandoval of the Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

Group of Taos Pueblo Indians. Taos, New Mexico

Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Rio de Taos in foreground

Old Spanish mission church at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

Old Spanish mission church. Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

Ovens used for cooking and baking at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

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