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Papago Indian Woman

Papago woman – 1894

Papago women – The Tohono O'odham are a group of Native American people… Find this Pin and more on ohoadam chehia chk ooksi ...

Description of the Pima Indian Burial Ceremony. Find this Pin and more on ohoadam chehia chk ooksi ...

An unidentified Tohono O'odham (Papago) woman in Arizona gathering wood in a carrying basket or kiaha. Find this Pin and more on ohoadam chehia chk ooksi ...

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Title: Papago cleaning wheat (Winnowing wheat). Date Created/Published: c1907

Tohono O'odham (Native Americans) women wearing pretty

Mrs. Enos, a Pima woman with a basket. Gila River Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservation, Arizona. ca. 1880-1890. Source - Princeton Digital Library

"Chee-pah" and "Maria Yonacco" are Tohono O'odham (Papago) women in Arizona. Seen here posing in front of a ramada. They wear cloth dresses, shawls, ...

Library of Congress: Edward S Curtis Collection Fruit gatherer - Maricopa. Find this Pin and more on ohoadam chehia chk ooksi ...

"Juana Garcia" and her daughters were Tohono O'odham (Papago) in Arizona. They are seen here next to a mud and pole house. Photograph 1894. "

Tohono O'odham (Papago) woman in Arizona with a carrying basket or kiaha

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Edward S. Curtis portrait photo of a Pima Indian girl, Czele Marie.

An Acoma woman [1179 x 1600]

Old Photos of Pima and Maricopa Indians. Find this Pin and more on ohoadam chehia chk ooksi ...

Pima Indian Indian woman. Arizona.

Maricopa woman holding a basket in downtown Phoenix, Arizona - circa 1899

Group of Six Papago Near Adobe House; Mano and Metate Nearby 1894

Pima woman - 1884 {Note: It was traditional, natural and common, for some Native women in the hot southwest, such as the Pima, to wear wrap skirts and go ...

Elderly Pima woman, leaning on staff.

Pima Indian women twin sisters. Arizona.

Group of Nine Papago Men Playing Bamboo Game, Two Men Exchanging

Maricopa woman digging clay with which to make pottery - circa 1940

"Josepha Rios" A Tohono O'odham (Papago) woman in Arizona. She was the daughter of Pablo Rios, born in 1879 and living on the San Xavier Reservation, ...

A young, unmarried woman with painted face.

Papago women - 1900

Papago women - no date

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Portrait of Yellow Feather, Maricopa woman. 1899.

Mojave woman, ca.1900 (Charles C. Pierce)

Pima Woman

Ophelia Zepeda -1952 - poet - Tohono O'odham. Photographer not noted.

A young Native American Indian child. Photo By Edward Curtis in

Pima woman with cradleboard.

PAPAGO GROUP , circa 1920

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Apache girl 1888

A young, unmarried woman with painted face. | Pima Akimel O'odham | Pinterest

Above we show a vital photo of a Pima Woman. It was made in 1907

Mollie Juana - Pima - circa 1880

File:Mohave (Mojave) woman carring water-Edward S Curtis Collection.

Pima women / Buehman & Hartwell, Congress Street, Tucson, A.T. | Library of

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Papago Olla Race. "At Rodeo time, throughout the Southwest, Indians from the

Henry Buehman Cabinet Card of a Pima Woman,

Papago woman brushing girl's hair. Photo: 1916. The Tohono O'odham are

Yaqui Girl (The North American Indian, v. II. Cambridge, MA:

Mary Richards Lidan - Tonkawa photo by rinehart 1898

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Young Iroquois woman

Hoodin Doyhim (aka Evening Thunder, aka Antonito Azul) the son of Antonio Azul

Native American boy

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Maricopa Women

Quechan Woman 1880

Maricopa Indian women carrying ollas. Arizona.

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Mrs. Juan Amigo - Pima – 1898

Pima Indian man, Miguel, a farmer, Pima, Arizona, ca.1900

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Juan Chivaria - Maricopa - circa 1870 .

Juan Chivaria and family - Maricopa - 1871

Old Photos of Pima and Maricopa Indians

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Image Number: CL0098 “Pima woman, Río Azules, 1892,” Taylor,

Maricopa Portrait of Young Man and Woman, Both in Native Dress, One Holding Knife

Juan amigo Pima

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Gathering Hánamh – Papago, 1907, photogravure by Edward S. Curtis, from the

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Owl Woman and family

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A Tohono O'Odham (Papago) girl with basket. Photo by William Dinwiddie.

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Brushing Against & Little Squint Eyes San Carlos Apaches 1898 Frank A Rinehart

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June 16, 1829 - Geronimo a prominent leader of the Bedonkohe Apache is born in

Akimel O'odham dancers of the Gila River Indian Community

The River People Basket Dancers are from Blackwater, Arizona in the Gila River Indian Community.

Pima Indian Basket Weaver 1900 Arizona

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Tohono O'Odham No:lic performers. Prior to the race, they perform a blessing for the runners.

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Pottawatomie Indian women - Kansas

Antonio Azul - Pima [Portrait of Chief] (The North American Indian, v

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Mojave woman pounding Mesquite Beans - circa 1900

Josa and his wife - Papago - 1894

1953 Papago Indian Man, Tucson, Arizona by Ansel Adams

Morris Jones, a Pima Indian man, and storage basket with little girl standing inside

Vintage Indian Market Basket Great Lakes Round Large

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Marvin, a Pima Indian from Arizona, AIM takeover of BIA offices (Chicago, Christmas Eve 1970) [photo: Bruce Berman]