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    • Table runner

    • A Native American (Navajo) table runner. The warp is commercial white cotton twine and the weft is four ply, S twist, Z spun German town wool. The wool is dyed with aniline dye in red, black, mustard, maize, sienna, gray, purple, magenta and cream...
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    • [between 1920 and 1940]
    • Blanket

    • A Native American (Rio Grande) handspun and woven blanket found in Ortiz, New Mexico. It is a two piece blanket with a two ply warp and a double warp; the weft is one ply. The colors are natural color and indigo and commercial dyes of light red,...
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    • [between 1875 and 1880]
    • Blanket

    • A Native American (Rio Grande) handspun and woven blanket found in Ortiz, New Mexico. It is a two piece blanket with a two ply warp with S twist and Z spun; the weft is one ply and is Z spun. The colors are natural white and brown with commercial...
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    • [between 1885 and 1910]
    • Blanket

    • A Native American (Navajo) wool woven blanket. Colors on the piece are blue, indigo?, natural white and aniline red. The wool is handspun, one ply and Z spun.
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    • [between 1870 and 1885]
    • Indians, papoose, N.M.

    • A Native American (tribe unknown) papoose (infant) is laced into a cradleboard that leans against a log cabin wall with chinking in New Mexico. Shows a hide-covered wooden cradleboard with fringe and woven textile adornments.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1900?]
    • Navajo blanket weavers

    • Two Native American (Navajo) women weave blankets from wool. Their looms hang from sticks supported by trees or posts.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Woman weaving

    • A Native American (Navajo) woman weaves at a loom while another woman spins wool, probably in New Mexico. On the ground is a large painted pot next to an earth hogan.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Aerial of Denver Stock Yards

    • Aerial photograph of the Denver Stock Yards located in the Globeville neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. The photo was taken after a large stock show. Several people and few cattle can be seen in the pen area. The Armour Company, Swift & Company...
    • Helicopters, Inc.
    • 1958 January 20
    • 28. Young Indian and Navajo blankets at Shiprock Fair.

    • A Native American (Navajo) boy stands in a dirt courtyard at the Shiprock Fair, Shiprock, New Mexico. He stands near a wooden building which displays Navajo rugs and blankets outspread and hung from the roof. Men stand inside the three wall...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1903 and 1908]
    • A Navajo woman and her blanket

    • A Navajo woman poses with a large woven fringed blanket with a diamond pattern. She wears a blanket wrapped around her body, a necklace and a bracelet. She has on moccasins and has her hair pulled back. She stands on a woven blanket, and another...
    • Richmond, C. S.
    • [between 1888 and 1890?]
    • History of Denver

    • Comprehenisve study of the history of the Denver area before, during, and after the founding of the city.
    • Smiley, Jerome C. (Jerome Constant), 1858-1924.
    • 1901
    • Navajo Weaver

    • A Native American (Navajo) woman sits on a woven blanket near a loom. The loom stands near a pile of brush and rocks. Either a hide or cloth is stretched behind the loom, from post to post.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1901 and 1908]
    • Navajo blanket white, grey, brown

    • Close-up view of a Native American (Navajo) woven blanket, probably wool. The blanket is stretched and hanging on the wall and has a repeat diamond pattern.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Navajo blanket red, white and black

    • Close-up view of an outspread Native American (Navajo) blanket. The blanket has a diamond pattern surrounded by rectangles. Each corner has fringe tassles.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Decoration 3d story of square tower- Cliff Pal.

    • Close-up view of Square Tower, Cliff Palace, Native American (Anasazi) cliff dwelling ruins before excavation on Chapin Mesa, Mesa Verde National Park, Montezuma County, Colorado. The adobe stone masonry square tower building has a painted wall on...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1901
    • Display of baskets Papago- Pima baskets

    • Close up view of Native American (Papago and Pima) baskets and Navajo blankets. The woven baskets have Yei, woman, lightning, and rolling log designs. The fringed blankets have rolling log and lightning designs.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1912
    • Picture Painting, Cliff Palace

    • Close up view of a Native American (Anasazi) pictograph at Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. A geometric, possibly textile symbol is painted on a stone wall.
    • McKee, Thomas Michael, 1854-1939.
    • [1900?]
    • Painted room, Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde, Colo.

    • Close-up view of Native American (Anasazi) pictographs at Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Geometric, possibly textile symbols are painted on a stone wall below a window.
    • McKee, Thomas Michael, 1854-1939.
    • [1900?]
    • Francisco Gallegos

    • Hispanic American Francisco Gallegos, a sheep and cattle rancher, poses on horseback in San Luis, Colorado. He wear a jacket, tie and round brimmed hat, his saddle blanket is a jerga, a woven Hispanic textile in a herringbone and check pattern....
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    • ca. 1885
    • Rio Grande style weaving Jerga.

    • View of a Rio Grande style weaving known as a jerga woven around 1885 by Francisco Antonio Gallegos in Arroyo Seco (Taos County), New Mexico. The striped rug has a central seam where two narrow weavings are sewn together.
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    • [between 1980 and 1990?]
    • Potawatomi weaver

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman finger weaves on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. The loom consists of textile fibers stretched between two sticks.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]

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