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    • Potawatomi mat weaving

    • Close-up view of a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman as she weaves a mat probably on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940?]
    • Navajo blanket weaver

    • A Native American woman weaves a patterned, Navajo blanket on a loom. She wears a large belt adorned with silver buckles. She sits on a blanket on top of a small bench. Several spools of wool lie in the foreground.
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [between 1921 and 1931?]
    • Navajo rug weaver

    • A Navajo woman sits at an upright loom and weaves a rug probably on the Navajo Reservation. She sits on a sheepskin in front of a partially completed rug and holds a beater in her hand. Her hair is pulled back in a bun secured with yarn. She wears...
    • Mullarky, W. T.
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    • Moki basket weaver

    • A view of a Native American (Hopi) woman as she weaves baskets at the Hopi Indian Reservation in Arizona. She is seated on the ground and wears a manta and wrapped braids.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Potawatomi woman

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman sits on a reed mat on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. She sits near a pile of straw reeds and hand weaves. A wooden platform and building are in the distance.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • Close-up view of a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman weaves straw reeds and string for mats on the Potawatomi reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman weaves a straw reed mat on a wooden loom on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman weaves a straw reed mat on a wooden loom on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Unidentified Apache women

    • View of two unidentified Native American Apache women; one stands holding a baby, the other sits and weaves a basket.
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    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman finger weaves on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. The loom consists of textile fibers stretched between two sticks.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman finger weaves on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. The loom consists of textile fibers stretched between two sticks. A blanket hangs behind her.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • Close-up view of a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman who finger weaves on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. She sits on a blanket and holds pieces of yarn and ribbon.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Chance and Amethyst - Mines of Fire

    • Men stand near a horse drawn wagon on a dirt road that weaves past buildings of the Last Chance and Amethyst Mines in Weaver near Creede (Mineral County), Colorado. Split logs, industrial buildings, and mining equipment litter the slopes nearby....
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    • [between 1893 and 1894?]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • Close-up view of a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman as she weaves a straw reed mat on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • Close-up view of a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman who finger weaves on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. She sits on a blanket and holds pieces of yarn and ribbon.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Navajo blanket weaver

    • A Native American (Navajo) woman weaves a blanket on a loom near a palm tree. Spectators stand nearby.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Papago indians near San Xavier, Tucson

    • A Native American (Papago) woman weaves a kiaha basket near San Xavier del Bac Mission, Tucson, Arizona. She wears a striped blouse, and skirt.
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    • [1900?]
    • Navajo family

    • A Native American (Navajo) family sits in and near their summer hogan in either Arizona or New Mexico. One woman weaves at a loom.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Native American woman

    • A Native American (Fox) woman weaves, she sits on a blanket. She wears a blouse decorated with beads and a bead necklace.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Ute indians

    • A group of Native Americans (Paiute); a man, three women, and three children, sit in a camp. They wear rabbit fur robes over their clothing; the man wears a brimmed hat. One woman weaves a basket; another woman breast-feeds a child.
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    • [1873?]
    • Woman weaving

    • A Native American (Navajo) woman weaves at a loom while another woman spins wool, probably in New Mexico. On the ground is a large painted pot next to an earth hogan.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Tribes Navajo weaver

    • A Native American (Navajo) woman weaves at a loom. Another woman and a horse are nearby.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman sits at a loom and finger weaves on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. The loom consists of textile fibers stretched between two sticks.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Weaving

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman finger weaves on a loom on the reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Navajo weaver

    • A Native American (Navajo) woman sits at a loom and weaves. A wooden crate that reads: "Charles Unsweetened Evaporated Milk" is near the woman. A herd of sheep walk on a ledge nearby. A stone and earth hogan is near the sheep.
    • Pennington, William M.
    • [between 1904 and 1932]
    • Mat making

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman weaves a straw mat at a suspended loom on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Navajo weaver

    • Close-up view of a Native American (Navajo) woman as she weaves at a loom.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • We'wha weaving belt

    • We'wha, a Native American (Zuni), sits and weaves a belt on a backstrap loom, Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. We'wha is a berdache, a man who prefers women's work and adopts female dress; he is dressed as a woman and wears a woven manta, moccasins, and...
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    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Loom of steel

    • Interior view of Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, Pueblo, Colorado, a steel and iron manufacturing plant; shows male employee operating machinery which produces steel mesh (fencing) from steel wire, steel loom type of equipment.
    • Wolff, Raphael G.
    • [between 1950 and 1970?]
    • Hopi Indian blanket weaver, Ariz.

    • A Native American (Hopi) man weaves a blanket on an upright loom at Oraibi (Navajo County), Arizona.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • Potawatomi weaving

    • Close-up view of a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman weaves on a handloom on the reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Weaver

    • A Spanish American woman, a participant in a Federal Work Projects Administration program, holds a wool shuttle and the beater on an upright wooden loom as she weaves. She wears a striped dress with criss-crossed ribbon on the bodice, and a lace...
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    • [between 1939 and 1943?]
    • Domestic scene among the Navajoe Indians

    • Native American (Navajo) women and men sit beside a summer hogan constructed of logs and brush, in Arizona or New Mexico. One woman weaves at a loom made of logs and sticks. Shows wool thread and woven rugs.
    • O'Sullivan, Timothy H., 1840-1882.
    • 1873
    • Weaver at work in stone kiva primitive loom, Moki Indians

    • Interior view of a kiva at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona; two unidentified Native American (Hopi) men sit in the kiva; one man sits on a wooden crate at a wooden loom and weaves a dark blanket or rug while another looks on; a hat lies on an...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1899
    • Woman weaving

    • View of a Native American (Navajo) woman and girl sitting on fringed blankets at a loom while the woman weaves near Butler's Trading Post, possibly near Shiprock Agency, New Mexico. The woman and girl are shaded by a dark cloth tied to wooden...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1908 September 22, 23, 24
    • Old basket-weaver at the Apache village, near Roosevelt Dam

    • A Native American (Apache) woman with long hair and bangs, in a shirt with a gathered yoke and a skirt, sits on the ground and weaves a basket in Gila County, Arizona. A wickiup behind the woman is covered with canvas fabric tied with rope.
    • Tibbits, H. C.
    • [1916]
    • A Moqui weaver at work

    • A Native American (Hopi) man sits on the ground and weaves on a loom strung on an adobe wall, Walpi, First Mesa, Arizona.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • [1879]
    • The Scriptbook

    • Booklet created by The Script Club of East High School in Denver, Colorado. Members of The Script Club, the writing club of East High, submitted their own works for create this booklet. Included are poems, essays, sketches and stories written by...
    • East High School (Denver, Colo.). Script Club.
    • 1932 May
    • The basket maker

    • An unidentified, elderly, Native American (Paiute) woman weaves a basket in front of her wikiup, a small rounded hut made of branches with one open side, on the Kaibab Plateau, northern Arizona. Beside her is a fan shaped basket used for collecting...
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • [1874?]
    • Blanket weaver - Navaho

    • A Native American (Navajo) woman sits beside a cottonwood tree and weaves a geometric patterned blanket. Shows the support poles of the upright loom. Sandstone canyon walls are in the distance.
    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952.
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    • A summer camp in the Rocky Mtns.

    • View of a campsite in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado; large canvas tent is supported by wooden posts with awning extended over front door to make a "covered porch;" three women sit underneath awning (one weaves reed or cane, one reads, one...
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [1905]
    • Woman weaver

    • Native American (tribe unknown) possibly Northwest or Canadian, women and children in or in front of a tent with the front flaps open. One woman weaves a fiber mat on a board; another woman holds a child on her lap. Shows: wood structure,...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • The Urban Dweller: A Publication by Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods Inc.

    • Newsletter produced by the Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) pertaining to organization's meetings, events, and decisions. Specific issues addressed in this newsletter include development of East Colfax, one-way streets, the People's Fair,...
    • Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods, Inc.
    • 1977 January-February

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