A Native American woman walks down a dirt and rock trail, possibly the "Camino del Padre" formed when Fray Juan Ramirez built the San Estevan del Rey Mission at the Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico between 1629 and 1649. She wears a light-colored, long-sleeved shirt, a long skirt, a long, cloth veil on her head; has a necklace wrapped several times around her neck; and wears several bracelets on her left arm. The trail becomes dirt in the foreground.
1 negative : glass ; 18 x 13 cm. (7 x 5 in.); 1 photographic print ; 17 x 12 cm. (6 1/2 x 4 3/4 in.)
Indians of North America--Women--1910-1930.; Pueblos--New Mexico--1910-1930.; Trails & paths--New Mexico--1910-1930.
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Image File: ZZR700110053
The second print is noted as "N29."; Title from back of print owned bythe Western History Department, Denver Public Library.; R7001100536
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