View of the tepee home, covered in scrub brush, of a Native American Ute identified as Tavahputs, western slope Wasatch Mountains, Utah. A man sits in the shade of the tepee, a woman holds a baby outside. Pottery, baskets, and corn, hanging to dry, are included.
[between 1871 and 1875]
Formerly F10366.; Series' printed on front border and back label. Misprint on front: "geologioal."; Title and "Living in the Uinta Valley, on the Western Slope of the Wasatch Mountains, in Utah; No. 90." printed on label on back of card.; R7100304015
1 copy negative ; 13 x 18 cm. (5 x 7 in.); 1 photoprint on stereo card : stereograph ; 12 x 18 cm. (4 1/2 x 7 in.)
Is Part Of
Indians of the Colorado Valley. U-in-ta Utes.; U. S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West, by J. W. Powell and A. H. Thompson.
Indians of North America--Utah--1870-1880.; Uinta Indians--Women--Utah--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--Structures--Utah--1870-1880.; Wasatch Range (Utah and Idaho)--1870-1880.; Food drying--Utah--1870-1880.; Infants--Utah--1870-1880.; Tipis--Utah--1870-1880.; Ta-vah-puts.
Source: Mrs. Louise Stegner - Omaha, Neb.
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