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    • Denver Municipal Facts: Volume 3 Number 19, 1911 May 6

    • Newsletter produced by the City of Denver highlighting the civic, administrative, and informational aspects of government within the City.
    • Local government--Colorado--Denver.; Cities and towns--Colorado--Denver.
    • 19110506
    • Squash and potatoes- Antlers, Colo.

    • View of a field of potato and squash plants near Antlers, Garfield County, Colorado. The Grand Hogback Mountains stand in the far distance.
    •  
    • [between 1891 and 1915?]
    • 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...
    • Berdaches--New Mexico--Zuni--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Zuni--1880-1890.; Pueblo Indians--New Mexico--Zuni--1880-1890.; Zuni Indians--Arts & crafts--New Mexico--Zuni--1880-1890.; Zuni (N.M.)--1880-1890.; Cross dressing--New...
    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Zuni and Navajo jewelry

    • Several pieces of Native American (Zuni and Navajo) jewelry: sand cast bracelets, a concho belt, a squash blossom necklace, Zuni inlaid bracelet and needlepoint bracelet, and bead necklaces (heishi).
    • Bracelets--1960-1970.; Indians of North America--Arts & crafts--1960-1970.; Pueblo Indians--Arts & crafts--1960-1970.; Zuni Indians--Arts & crafts--1960-1970.; Jewelry--1960-1970.; Necklaces--1960-1970.
    • 1961
    • Exhibit of O. H. Bryan at Great Divide

    • Display of farm products inside a tent at Great Divide, Moffat County, Colorado; grain sheaves, potatoes, corn, and squash are exhibited on blanket-covered shelves.
    • Bryan, O. H.--Homes & haunts.; Great Divide (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Farm produce--Colorado--Great Divide--1910-1920.
    • [1917]
    • Carr Station house built 1869, or 1870, "Dionysius Mantey worked here for section crew...

    • View of one and half-story Carr Station house of the Denver Pacific Railroad, Weld County, Colorado, includes a foreground garden with large leafy squash plants and vines on trellises on the clapboard structure.
    • Carr (Colo.)--1860-1870.; Railroad stations--Colorado--Carr--1860-1870.; Denver Pacific Railway and Telegraph Company.
    • [between 1869 and 1870]
    • Capitol Hill Newsletter: Volume 1 Number 1

    • Monthly newsletter pertaining to the neighborhood events of the Capitol Hill Neighborhood.
    • Citizens' associations--Colorado--Denver--Newspapers.
    • 1978 May 5
    • 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 the People's Fair, and the Headstart Program.
    • Citizens' associations--Colorado--Denver.; Land use, Urban--Colorado--Denver; Zoning--Colorado--Denver; City planning--Colorado--Denver.; Neighborhood government--Colorado--Denver.; Transportation--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1975 March-April
    • Grand Valley products raised by C. D. Harmon

    • C. D. Harmon poses with a display of his produce in Clifton, Mesa County, Colorado (Colorado Midland Railway route); shows peaches, melons, squash, potatoes, corn, pears, cucumbers, beans, sorghum or buckwheat, cabbage, carrots, tomatoes and beets;...
    • Clifton (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Farm produce--Colorado--Cliton--1910-1920.; Fruit--Colorado--Clifton--1910-1920.; Grains--Colorado--Clifton--1910-1920.; Vegetables--Colorado--Clifton--1910-1920.; Harmon, C. D.; Colorado Midland Railway Company.
    • [between 1910 and 1918]
    • Cochiti

    • Standing portrait of unidentified Cochiti men, women, and girls, Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico, in Native American dress including dresses, woven belts, feather head dresses, squash blossom and bead necklaces.
    • Cochiti Indians--Clothing & dress--New Mexico--Cochiti--1880-1910.; Indians of North America--Women--New Mexico--Cochiti--1880-1910.; Cochiti (N.M.)--1880-1910.; Girls--New Mexico--Cochiti--1880-1910.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Cochiti Pueblo

    • Standing portrait of two unidentified Cochiti women in Native American dress. One wears a print dress, decorative belt, moccasins, and a head covering. The other wears a dark manta, moccasins, squash blossom and bead necklaces, and a head covering....
    • Cochiti Indians--Clothing & dress--New Mexico--Cochiti--1890-1920.; Indians of North America--Women--New Mexico--Cochiti--1890-1920.; Cochiti (N.M.)--1890-1920.; Pueblos--New Mexico--Cochiti--1890-1920.
    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Cochiti Pueblo

    • Standing portrait of two unidentified Native American women, Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico. Both wear dark colored mantas, squash blossom and bead necklaces; neither wears shoes.
    • Cochiti Indians--Women--New Mexico--Cochiti--1890-1920.; Indians of North America--Clothing & dress--New Mexico--Cochiti--1890-1920.; Cochiti (N.M.)--1890-1920.
    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • Cochiti Pueblo

    • An unidentified group of Native American men, women, and children stand near an adobe building in Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico. Shows an elderly man, wrapped in a woven blanket and wearing a headband, with his arms around a younger woman wearing a...
    • Cochiti Indians--Women--New Mexico--Cochiti--1890-1920.; Indians of North America--Clothing & dress--New Mexico--Cochiti--1890-1920.; Cochiti (N.M.)--1890-1920.; Girls--New Mexico--Cochiti--1890-1920.
    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Cochiti Pueblo, arts and customs - dances

    • Native American men and women are dressed in ceremonial costumes as they dance in Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico. Costume elements include: face paint, headdresses, moccasins, leggings, dresses, and squash blossom and bead necklaces. The men carry...
    • Cochiti Indians--Women--New Mexico--Cochiti--1900-1930.; Indians of North America--Dance--New Mexico--Cochiti--1900-1930.; Cochiti (N.M.)--1900-1930.; Ceremonial dancers--New Mexico--Cochiti--1900-1930.
    • [between 1900 and 1930?]
    • How we cook in Colorado : choice recipes

    • Cookbook created with submissions from the Ladies of First Baptist Church.
    • Cooking, American--Colorado.; First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.); First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)--History.
    • 1907
    • Store interior, Georgetown, Colorado

    • Interior view of Block Mercantile (later Hancock Brothers) in Georgetown, Colorado, with showcases and shelves; merchandise includes cigars, canned goods, a wrapping paper rack, bin of avocados or squash (?), glassware, bunches of bananas, boxes of...
    • Georgetown (Colo.)--1890-1910.; Interiors.; Merchandise displays--Colorado--Georgetown--1890-1910.; Stores & shops--Colorado--Georgetown--1890-1910.
    • 1890
    • Grand Valley products, Colo. Midland Ry.

    • Display of variety of fruits, vegetables & grains grown by C.D. Harmon, Grand Valley, Colorado reached via Colorado Midland Railway; potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, corn, variety of squash, variety of melon, cantaloupe, watermelon, cucumbers,...
    • Grand Valley (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Fruit--Colorado--Grand Valley--1910-1920.; Grains--Colorado--Grand Valley--1910-1920.; Vegetables--Colorado--Grand Valley--1910-1920.; Colorado Midland Railway Company.
    • [between 1910 and 1918]
    • Routt County, Hayden, Colo.

    • A man poses with pen in hand as he annotates an exhibit tag at an agricultural exhibit of the Routt County Fair in Hayden, Colorado. Another man watches behind him. Items on display include grains, fruits, squash, and other vegetbles. American...
    • Hayden (Colo.)--1910-1950.; Exhibitions--Colorado--Hayden--1910-1950.; Fairs--Colorado--Hayden--1910-1950.; Interiors.
    • [between 1917 and 1941]
    • Navajo camp fire

    • Native American (Navajo) women sit near a large campfire at night on Tovar Mesa (Navajo County), Arizona. A man and other women sit under trees nearby. Shows two hogans with a basket and pottery jar at the doorway. The women wear squash blossom...
    • Hogans--Arizona--Navajo County--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--Structures--Arizona--Navajo County--1900-1910.; Navajo Indians--Structures--Arizona--Navajo County--1900-1910.; Navajo County (Ariz.)--1900-1910.; Tovar Mesa (Ariz.)--1900-1910.;...
    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • Puey of Tewa Moki

    • Portrait of Puey, a Native American (Hopi) man wearing a shirt, pants, bracelets, earrings, and a squash blossom necklace.
    • Hopi Indians--Arizona--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--Arizona--1890-1900.; Pueblo Indians--Arizona--1890-1900.; Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.)--1890-1900.; Puey, Hopi Indian.
    • 1899 or 1900?
    • Hopi Thanksgiving, Oraibi, Ariz.

    • A Native American (Hopi) man and woman sit behind piles of pumpkins and squash in front of an adobe wall at Oraibi (Navajo County), Arizona. Blue corn hangs from a rafter timber above them.
    • Hopi Indians--Arizona--Oraibi--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--Arizona--Oraibi--1900-1910.; Pueblo Indians--Arizona--Oraibi--1900-1910.; Oraibi (Ariz.)--1900-1910.; Pueblos--Arizona--Oraibi--1900-1910.; Pumpkins--Arizona--Oraibi--1900-1910.;...
    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • 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.
    • Hopi Indians--Dance--Arizona--Oraibi--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--Arizona--Oraibi--1890-1900.; Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.)--1890-1900.; Oraibi (Ariz.)--1890-1900.; Snake dance--Arizona--Oraibi--1890-1900.
    • 1896
    • 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...
    • Hopi Indians--Dance--Arizona--Walpi--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--Spiritual life--Arizona--Walpi--1890-1900.; Pueblo Indians--Dance--Arizona--Walpi--1890-1900.; Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.)--1890-1900.; Walpi (Ariz.)--1890-1900.;...
    • 1896 August 15
    • Hopi Indian girls grinding corn-a home scene at Shonghopavi, Arizona

    • Interior view of an adobe house shows two Native American Hopi Pueblo girls grinding corn with stones, and a man seated on a rug, Shongopavi, Second Mesa, Arizona. The young women wear mantas with flowered shawls, squash blossom necklaces and side...
    • Hopi Indians--Domestic life--Arizona--Second Mesa--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--Arizona--Second Mesa--1900-1910.; Pueblo Indians--Women--Arizona--Second Mesa--1900-1910.; Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.)--1900-1910.; Second Mesa...
    • 1908
    • Indians Pueblo Hopi women unidentified

    • Portrait of an unidentified Native American (Hopi) woman wearing a manta, print fabric shawl, necklaces including a squash blossom, and hair whorls. Sumner Matteson, the photographer, stands at her side. A Hopi girl peeks from a doorway.
    • Hopi Indians--Women--Arizona--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--Arizona--1890-1900.; Pueblo Indians--Arizona--1890-1900.; Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.) --1890-1900.; Photographers--Arizona--1890-1900.; Matteson, Sumner W., 1867-1920.
    • [1899 or 1900?]
    • Hopi woman holding plaque

    • Portrait of unidentified Native American woman (Hopi) wearing a cotton dress and squash blossom necklace and holding a woven plaque (marriage plaque).
    • Hopi Indians--Women--Arizona--1900-1920.; Indians of North America--Arts & crafts--Arizona--1900-1920.; Pueblo Indians--Arizona--1900-1920.; Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.)--1900-1920.
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Ma-shom-na-vi Village, maids and matrons

    • Hopi Native American women and girls of Mishongnovi, Second Mesa, Arizona, pose wearing mantas, bead and squash blossom necklaces, braided and side-whorled hairstyles.
    • Hopi Indians--Women--Arizona--Mishongnovi--1870-1900.; Indians of North America--Arizona--Mishongnovi--1870-1900.; Pueblo Indians--Arizona--Mishongnovi--1870-1900.; Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.)--1870-1900.; Mishongnovi (Ariz.)--1870-1900.
    • [between 1879 and 1900?]
    • Mojave Indians

    • A Native American (Mohave) man and woman pose in the doorway of their home. The woman wears a print dress and shawl. The man years a breech cloth, shirt, and kerchief, and holds a pumpkin or squash on his head. The structure they occupy is square...
    • Indians of North America--1880-1910.; Mohave Indians--1880-1910.; Huts--1880-1910.; Women--1880-1910.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Navajo men

    • Native American (Navajo) men pose outdoors in either New Mexico or Arizona. Both men wear cloth headbands. One man wears an ammunition belt and a squash blossom necklace.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1910.; Navajo Indians--1880-1910.; Clothing & dress--1880-1910.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Navajo man

    • A Native American (Navajo) man poses outdoors, probably in either New Mexico or Arizona. He holds a hat and wears a concho belt, bead necklaces, a squash blossom necklace, and a cloth headband.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1910.; Navajo Indians--1880-1910.; Clothing & dress--1880-1910.
    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Nesjaja Hatali - Navaho

    • Bust portrait of Nesjaja Hatali, a Native American (Navajo) man. He wears a cloth headband, a woven shirt, multi-strand bead or seed necklaces, and a squash blossom necklace with a naja pendant.
    • Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Navajo Indians--1900-1910.; Aged persons--1900-1910.; Headbands--1900-1910.; Men--1900-1910.; Necklaces--1900-1910.; Shamans--1900-1910.; Nesjaja Hatali.
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    • Navaho

    • Outdoor portrait (sitting, standing) of Native American (Navajo) man and boy. The man wears pants, a concha belt, shirt, beaded necklaces, and a cloth headband. The boy wears moccasins, a shirt, and a squash blossom necklace.
    • Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Navajo Indians--1900-1910.; Boys--1900-1910.
    • [1908?]
    • Navajo group - morning prayer

    • Group portrait of Native American Navajos by looms; costume includes blankets, beads, squash blossom necklaces with naja pendants, and conchos. Girls look on.
    • Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Navajo Indians--1900-1910.; Clothing & dress--1900-1910.
    • [between 1901 and 1906?]
    • Navajo family

    • Portrait of a Native American Navajo family; women and children sit by pottery and a loom; a man is on a horse. Costume includes squash blossom necklaces with naja pendants.
    • Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Navajo Indians--1900-1910.; Families--1900-1910.; Horseback riding--1900-1910.; Looms--1900-1910.; Women & children--1900-1910.
    • [between 1901 and 1906?]
    • Many Whiskers

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Many Whiskers, an elderly Native American (Navajo) man. He wears a blanket, a squash blossom necklace, and a cloth headband.
    • Indians of North America--1900-1940.; Navajo Indians--1900-1940.; Aged persons--1900-1940.; Necklaces--1900-1940.; Many Whiskers.
    • [between 1904 and 1932]
    • Peshcliklime

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Peshcliklime (Bah-Ulth-Chin-Thlan), an elderly Native American (Navajo) man. He wears a blanket, a squash blossom necklace with naja pendant, and a cloth headband.
    • Indians of North America--1900-1940.; Navajo Indians--1900-1940.; Aged persons--1900-1940.; Peshcliklime.
    • [between 1904 and 1932]
    • Judge Klah and his wives

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Judge Klah, a Native American (Navajo) Judge or Justice of the Peace. He poses with his two wives on, and in front of, Navajo woven blankets. The women wear machine made blankets and heishi bead necklaces. Judge Klah,...
    • Indians of North America--1900-1940.; Navajo Indians--1900-1940.; Judges--1900-1940.; Spouses--1900-1940.; Women--1900-1940.; Judge Klah.
    • [between 1904 and 1932]
    • Judge Klah Navajo Judge

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Judge Klah, a Native American (Navajo) Judge or Justice of the Peace. He wears a blanket, bead necklaces, a squash blossom necklace, and a cloth headband.
    • Indians of North America--1900-1940.; Navajo Indians--1900-1940.; Men--1900-1940.; Judge Klah.
    • [between 1904 and 1932]
    • Jim Joe, a Navajo

    • Jim Joe, an elderly Native American (Navajo) man poses outdoors. He wears a blanket, metal bead bandolier and squash blossom necklaces with najas, and cloth headband.
    • Indians of North America--1910-1920.; Navajo Indians--1910-1920.; Aged persons--1910-1920.; Jim Joe, Navajo Indian.
    • [between 1915 and 1920]

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