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    • Moki Indians, Wolpi Pueblo the snake dance

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona; snake members stand in two groups; some hold snakes in their mouths while others stroke snakes with feathers, one man handles a snake; groups of unidentified Native American...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Moki Indians, Wolpi Pueblo tickling a rattler with an eagle feather

    • Native American men (Hopi), snake dancers, stand in a circle at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona; five men handle snakes, one holds a snake in his mouth; one man strokes a rattle snake (on the ground) with a feather, while groups of unidentified...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • The Antelope men. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) Pueblo dancers, Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, bead necklaces, dance kilts, woven sashes, animal pelts, and moccasins. They carry rattles.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • The Snake men. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, dance kilts, sashes, necklaces, and moccasins. One dancer wears a squash blossom necklace.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • Oraibi Moki Snake Dance

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. They wear body paint, breechcloths, animal pelts, necklaces, and moccasins. The dancers hold snakes.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • August 1896
    • Oraibi Moki Indians Snake Dance

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. They wear body paint, feather hair ornaments, breechcloths, animal pelts, necklaces, and moccasins; the dancers hold snakes, some in their mouths. Spectators include Native Americans...
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896
    • Chihuahua Gulch, Colo. 1947

    • The roof of a log cabin is collapsing in the right foreground in Chihuahua Gulch near Montezuma in Summit County, Colorado. Rocks and tree branches are in the foreground in front of the cabin. Tall pine trees stand in the midground. A ridge of...
    • Kemp, Donald Campbell, 1889-1975.
    • [1947?]
    • Chihuahua Gulch, Colo. 1947

    • An unidentified woman stands at the side of a large, two-story log cabin in Chihuahua Gulch near Montezuma in Summit County, Colorado. A dirt road runs from the foreground past the cabin. Pine trees stand at the base of a mountain ridge in the...
    • Kemp, Donald Campbell, 1889-1975.
    • [1947?]
    • Snake hunters

    • View of unidentified Native American (Hopi) men wearing breechcloths and carrying long-handled knives.
    • Matteson, Sumner W., 1867-1920.
    • [1899 or 1900?]
    • Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of two groups of unidentified Native American (Hopi) snake dancers, Oraibi, Arizona. One group dance, they wear breechcloths, moccasins, feathers, and fur and carry snakes, some in their mouths. The second group stands, they wear kilts and...
    • Matteson, Sumner W., 1867-1920.
    • 1899 or 1900?
    • Among the Moki Indians, the Snake Dance

    • Native American (Pueblo, Hopi) men, Antelope or Snake Priests, perform the Snake Dance in Walpi, First Mesa, Arizona. The men wear aprons or skirts decorated with fringe and animal pelts, face paint, feather headdresses and squash blossom...
    • Lungren, Fernand, 1857-1932.
    • 1896 August 15
    • Indians, Pueblo Hopi Dances, Snake

    • Native Americans (Hopi) perform the Snake Dance, Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The dancers wear body paint, kilts or breechcloths, and hold snakes and feathers; spectators look on from adobe walls and roof tops.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Snake dance - children and adults

    • View of Native American (Hopi) dancers (men and boys) at Mi-shong-na-vi, Arizona. The male dancers have feathers in their hair, painted faces and bodies; they wear kilts, necklaces, and carry bows with feathers. The boys wear kilts and have...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Moqui Rock Moqui

    • View of Walpi, Arizona, a Native American (Hopi) settlement; shows a rock formation, pueblo dwellings, and Hopi and white people.
    • Kohlberg & Hopkins.
    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Hopi, Walpi, dances, Snake

    • Hopi dancers line-up against a pueblo wall before the Kisi, a bower of cottonwood branches, where snakes are kept ready for the Snake Dance, Walpi, First Mesa, Arizona. The dancers wear kilts, animal pelts, moccasins, feathers, and body paint....
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    • [between 1880 and 1898]
    • Beginning of snake dance

    • View of a Native American (Hopi) snake dance at Walpi, Arizona. The men and boy dancers wear breechcloths, shirts, feathers, animal pelts, and face paint; they hold rattlesnakes. Spectators include white men; one holds a bellows camera.
    • Vroman, A. C. (Adam Clark), 1856-1916.
    • 1897
    • Snake dance - Oraibi

    • View of a Native American (Hopi) snake dance at Oraibi, Arizona. The dancers wear painted shirts and leggings, kilts, animal pelts; some hold snakes. Spectators include a whites and Native Americans. Shows a white boy in a straw hat, shirt and...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Hopi snake dance.

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers (men and boys) as they face an aspen tree. They wear body paint, kilts, animal pelts, moccasins, and feathers in their hair. White and Native American spectators sit on stone pueblo walls.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Back view of snake dancers

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers (men and boys) as they face an aspen tree. They wear body paint, kilts, animal pelts, moccasins, and feathers in their hair. White and Native American spectators sit on stone pueblo walls, some with...
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    • [1899 or 1900?]
    • Hopi Indian Snake dancers

    • Snake Priests of the Native American Hopi, Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, wear body paint, kilts and fox fur tails and stand in front of the kisi, the cottonwood bower, where the snakes are kept.
    • Bortell, P. Clinton.
    • 1921
    • Snake Priest with snakes, Hopi Indian snake dance

    • Snake Priests of the Native American Hopi, Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, wear body paint, kilts, leg rattles, moccasins, and necklaces; they hold snakes in their hands and mouths.
    • Bortell, P. Clinton.
    • [1921?]
    • "Snake Priests," Hopi Indians snake dances

    • Native American Hopi snake priests dance in front of Snake Rock, pueblo buildings, and a Kisi, wearing body paint, kilts, and animal pelt tails, Walpi, First Mesa, Arizona.
    • Bortell, P. Clinton.
    • 1921
    • Snake priests

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who stand in a line near the kisi as part of the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The Snake members wear moccasins, kilts, fur pelts attached to belts, body paint, and feathers in...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • The Snake priests

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who stand in a line near the kisi as part of the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The Snake members wear moccasins, kilts, fur pelts attached to belts, body paint, and feathers in...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1899
    • Indians, Pueblo, Hopi, dances, Snake Dance

    • Native American Hopi Pueblo dancers wearing kilts, fox fur tails, body paint, moccasins, and carrying feathers, perform in the Snake Dance, Hopi Mesas, Arizona.
    • Bortell, P. Clinton.
    • 1920
    • Chihuahua Gulch

    • Several tree stumps stand in the foreground in a clearing near Chihuahua Gulch, a tributary of Peru Creek near Montezuma in Summit County, Colorado. Tall trees stand in the background on the edge of the clearing. A ridge of mountains is in the...
    • Kemp, Donald Campbell, 1889-1975.
    • [between 1935 and 1950?]
    • Hopi Indians Snake Dance

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men and women who prepare for the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. One man sits and two men stand near a pile of folded blankets while a group of women stand in line near the blankets. Both men and...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [August, 1899]
    • Hopi Snake Dance

    • In this reproduction of a cabinet card tacked to a corkboard, a photographer and other onlookers, both tourists and Native Americans (Hopi), line the walls and roofs and stand on the Dance Rock at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, to watch the...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • Hopi Indians Snake Dance

    • View of Native American (Hopi) women who prepare for the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. Women stand and dress near a covered passageway between a pueblo building and the edge of the mesa. A pile of folded blankets sits on a large...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [August, 1899]
    • Hopi Indians Snake Dance

    • A Native American (Pueblo, Hopi) woman crouches on the edge of the mesa after the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. Two other women stand behind, closer to the pueblo, near a large metal basin. Spectators stand and sit, on and near,...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [August, 1899]
    • Snake dance

    • Native American (Hopi) man snake dancer in front of spectators at the Walpi Pueblo, Arizona. His dress includes; body paint, woven kilt, buckskin boots, and feathers
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Snake dance

    • Spectators watch Native American (Hopi) snake dancers at Walpi Pueblo, Arizona. Dancers wear body paint, roaches, necklaces, woven kilts, buckskin boots, and feathers.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Snake dance

    • Spectators watch Native American (Hopi) snake dancers at Walpi Pueblo, Arizona. Dancers wear body paint, roaches, necklaces, woven kilts, buckskin boots. One dancer holds several snakes.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Snake dance

    • Spectators watch Native American (Hopi) snake dancers at Walpi Pueblo, Arizona. Dancers wear body paint, roaches, necklaces, woven kilts, buckskin boots. One dancer holds a snake in his mouth.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Snake dance

    • Native American (Hopi) men and women circle around snake dancers at Walpi pueblo, Arizona. One man holds a drum. One woman in a dress and shawl, stands further back from the crowd. Children watch from above, on the steps of the pueblo walls.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Snake dance

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dancers wear kilts, pelts, moccasin boots, and hold shaker gourds. Spectators sit on roof and against the wall of the Walpi pueblo, Arizona.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1911 and 1920?]
    • Snake dancers

    • Three Native American (Hopi) snake dancers wear feathers, body paint, kilts, fringed boots, and hold snakes. Spectators, some white, stand in the background; probably Walpi Pueblo, Arizona.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [1918?]
    • Snake dancers

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dancer wears body paint, feathers, kilt and fringed buckskin boots and holds a snake. Other dancers and spectators in background; probably Walpi Pueblo, Arizona.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [1918?]
    • Snake dance

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dancers sit in a row in front of a kisi; white and Native American spectators sit on wall and rock overlooks, Walpi Pueblo, Arizona.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [1918?]
    • The Antelope March. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) Pueblo dancers, Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, bead necklaces, dance kilts, woven sashes, animal pelts, and moccasins. They carry rattles.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • Moki Snake Dance, Oraibi

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dancers wear breechcloths, leg rattles, moccasins, and feathered objects in their hair. One carries a feather, another carries a snake in his mouth.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • Spectators at Snake Dance, Oraibi, Ariz

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona; spectators include Native American men, women, and children, and white men and women. Shows pueblo dwellings.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896
    • The Teton Range and Snake River

    • View of the Snake River and the peaks of the Grand Teton Range in Wyoming.
    • Haynes, F. Jay (Frank Jay), 1853-1921.
    • August, 1883
    • Cirlce of Snake priests Moki Indians, Wolpi Pueblo

    • View, at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, of a procession of Native American (Hopi) snake priests, they dance in a single file; groups of unidentified Native American, White, men and women look on; the dancers wear kilts, and bead necklaces; some...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899

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