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    • Pueblo

    • View of an unidentified two story adobe pueblo in New Mexico. Shows vigas, hornos, wooden fences and ladders. Men, one in a suit and bowler, sit on a rooftop. One man is Native American (Pueblo). Ristras hang on the wall behind the men.
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    • Zuni village

    • View over Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, shows Native Americans, pueblo houses with chimney pots, ovens, (hornos,) and access ladders, horses and covered wagons.
    • Randall and Wilcox.
    • [between 1885 and 1895]
    • Tesuque Indian Pueblo, New Mexico

    • View over Native American Tesuque Pueblo, New Mexico, shows adobe house blocks, timber fenced stock pens, corrals, drying racks, ovens, (hornos,) mission church, and corn and other agricultural fields.
    • Frashers Fotos.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • "Estufa" in south pueblo Taos

    • Rooftop view of Native American adobe buildings and a closed kiva at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. The buildings have canales and vigas. Hornos, wooden platforms, and ladders are nearby.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico

    • View over Native American Zuni Pueblo rooftops with ovens or hornos, access holes and ladders, and chimney pots, Arizona; Towayalane shows in distance.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • A view in Zuni, New Mexico, old church with bells gone

    • View from rooftop of Native American (Zuni) Pueblo, shows the multi-story pueblo houses with ladders, ovens, (hornos,) chimney pots, horses and a seated man looking towards the dilapidated Nuesta Senora de Guadalupe Mission church.
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    • [between 1895 and 1897?]
    • Across the roofs of Zuni

    • View over rooftops of the Zuni Pueblo, shows Native Americans, the multi-story pueblo houses with ladders, ovens, (hornos,) drying food and chimney pots.
    • Wittick, Ben, 1845-1903.
    • [between 1895 and 1897?]
    • San Juan abodes

    • Shows Native American (Tewa) one story adobe cluster homes at San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico; the group of homes have one two story extension, six adobe chimneys, wooden vigas, paned windows and five doors, and flat roofs; an elbow shaped wooden rail...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [1908?]

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