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Title
Indian Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior. The "Pueblo" or town, encloses a quadrangular area within which are the ruins of a church built under the direction of the Jesuit missionaries. The houses are built one above the other to the height of five or six stories. The entrances are mostly from the top, the ascent and descent being made by ladders, no. 16
Creator
O'Sullivan, Timothy H., 1840-1882
Contributor
Wheeler, George M. (George Montague), 1842-1905
United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Date Created and/or Issued
1873
Contributing Institution
California State Library
Collection
California History Section Picture Catalog
Rights Information
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Description
Stereo-5610.
Shows expedition members atop houses.
Yellow mount, orange back.
Type
image
Format
Stereographic
Stereograph card
Photographs.
Nonprojected graphic
Extent
1 stereograph : stereograph card ; 4 x 7 in.
Identifier
(C)001589218CSL01-Aleph
Language
English
Subject
Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (U.S.)--Photographs
Discoveries in geography--Photographs
Zuni Indians--New Mexico.--Photographs
Pueblos--New Mexico
Expeditions & surveys--United States
Ladders
New Mexico--Photographs
Photographic prints
Albumen prints
Stereographs
Expedition photographs
Place
New Mexico
United States

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