Zuni Maiden

You are looking at an educational picture of a Zuni Maiden. It was taken in 1903 by Edward S. The picture presents a Zuni woman in a full-length portrait, standing, facing front, wearing a blanket.

Si We Wata Wa (Shiwatiwa), Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, ca. 1903, by Edward S. Curtis. Palace of the Governors Photo Archives 143734.

Si We Wata Wa (Shiwatiwa), Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico :: Palace of the Governors Photo Archives Collection

La Le La, Governor of Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, 1903, by Edward S. Curtis. Palace of the Governors Photo Archives 143711.

La Le La, Governor of Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico Photographer: Edward S. Curtis Date: 1903 Negative Number 143711 via Palace of the Governors Photo Archives FB

Early Zuni Pueblo Pottery Jar-Olla/ Historic- Native American Indian/ New Mexico

US 10000LM Zoomable XML T6 LED 18650/AAA Flashlight Focus Torch Zoom Lamp Light

Early Zuni Pueblo Pottery Jar-Olla/ Historic- Native American Indian/ New Mexico

Water Jar -  Culture: She-we-na (Zuni Pueblo), Native American. Medium: Ceramic, pigment. Dates: 1825-1850.

Water Jar - Culture: She-we-na (Zuni Pueblo), Native American. Dates: The age and patina on this ceramic is awesome.

Native American Historic Zuni Pottery Storage Jar 321. Native American, historic Zuni pottery Storage Jar. 11" tall, 14" diameter. Poly chrome designs with heart-line deer surrounded by solid and hatc

Native American Zuni Pottery Storage Jar #321

Acoma Pottery Description: Classic black-on-white designs dominate the field, orange band circles the interior just below the rim. Dimensions: 6 & in.

Zuni Pueblo in 1903

Zuni Pueblo, 1903 Zuni Pueblo, 1903 Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico by Edward S. Curtis, Vintage photo restored by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Edward Curtis photos of Native Americans (35 pics)

"A Native American Child"--Edward Curtis, 1906 She looks afraid and angry. She should have had no reason to be!

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