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Members Sewing Society
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Members of the 3rd and 4th Division Navajo code talker platoons of World War II, dressed in their unit's uniform, pose for a group photo during a commemoration of the landing on Iwo Jima
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Taos Pueblo 1935-36 By Helmut Naumer, Sr. Pastel, paper. H. 30.5, L. 47.0 cm Bandelier National Monument, BAND 1408
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Sometimes, During a Summer Storm, Her Hair Ran with Rainbows 1992 By Kevin Peters Acrylic on canvas. L 76, W 61 cm Nez Perce National Historical Park, NEPE 34566
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Harvest Dance c 1940 By Pablita Velarde Dancers in their traditional corn dance attire; the six figures include two men, two women, one koshare [ceremonial clown] and a singer/drummer. This work was commissioned by Bandelier National Monument under the Works Progress Administration [WPA] program. Casein paint, masonite. L 40.5, W 17.8 cm [L 16, W 7 inches] Bandelier National Monument, BAND 664
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Mummy Cave, Navajo Indian Reservation, Chinle, Apache County, AZ
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Montezuma Castle, Off I-17, Camp Verde, Yavapai County, AZ
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Historic American Buildings Survey., Donald W. Dickensheets, Photographer. June 24, 1940 (SOUTH ELEVATION). - Ceremonial Cave, Bland, Sandoval County, NM
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Historic American Buildings Survey M. James Slack, Photographer, April 12, 1934 INTERIOR HOUSE No. 3 BLOCK No. 1 - Pueblo of Acoma, Casa Blanca vicinity, Acoma Pueblo, Cibola County, NM
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Sections - Pueblo of Zuni, Central & Original Portion, Vicinity of State Roads 32 & 53, Zuni Pueblo, McKinley County, NM
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Buffalo Eddy 1 Petroglyphs
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Buffalo Eddy 2 Petroglyphs
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Photograph of Native Americans from Southeastern Idaho
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Native Americans from Southeastern Idaho
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Native Americans from Southeastern Idaho
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Jesse Cornplanter, descendant of Cornplanter, the famous Seneca chief, making a ceremonial mask, Tonawanda Community House, Tonawanda, New York
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Apache Nalin
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Fish-Weir Across Trinity River--Hupa
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Flora Debears, Cahuilla
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Jicarilla maiden
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