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    • Indian Hills, Nat-te-so Pueblo

    • A view at Na-Te-So, a pueblo built by Indians as an artists' colony and tourist attraction, includes the entrance to an adobe building, with a cross atop an elevated section over the door. A sign in the shape of a thunderbird reads "Museum;" vigas...
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    • Indian Hills, Nat-te-so Pueblo

    • A view at Na-Te-So, a pueblo built by Indians as an artists' colony and tourist attraction in Indian Hills, Colorado, includes a wood gate between two two-story adobe walls with vigas.
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    • [1928?]
    • Indian Hills, Nat-te-so Pueblo

    • A view at Na-Te-So, a pueblo built by Indians as an artists' colony and tourist attraction, includes a gate of vertical logs of varying lengths between two adobe buildings with vigas. Sign on the gate reads, "Trading Post;" misty tree-covered hills...
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    • [1928?]
    • Indian Hills, Nat-te-so Pueblo

    • A view at Na-Te-So, a pueblo built by Indians as an artists' colony and tourist attraction, includes three two-story adobe buildings with vigas and log ladders leading to the upper levels. A vertical log fence surrounds the compound; two cabins are...
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    • [1928?]
    • Indian Hills, Nat-te-so Pueblo

    • A view at Na-Te-So, a pueblo built by Indians as an artists' colony and tourist attraction, includes an adobe "kiva" with hewn log steps on the front and vigas on the sides. A vertical log fence and another building are behind the platform.
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    • [1928?]
    • The Matachina [sic] Dance at Nat-te-so Pueblo, Indian Hills, Colorado

    • Native American (Pueblo) men and a girl pose outdoors during a Matachines dance at Nat-te-so, a pueblo built as an artists' colony and tourist attraction near Indian Hills (Jefferson County), Colorado. The men wear moccasins, beaded leggings,...
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    • Favorite sport, Indian Hills, Colo.

    • One man and eight young women on horseback pose in a row in front of a log building in Indian Hills, Colorado. A sign on the building reads "Ho Cha Nee Stea" and has images of Native Americans in profile. The horseman is possibly named Walker. The...
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    • July 24, 1925

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