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Elderly Native American woman seated with baskets at her home on the Potrero Reservation, later known as the Morongo Reservation
Barker, George
Date Created and/or Issued
1907 December 26
Publication Information
Banning Library District
Contributing Institution
Banning Library District
Banning Library District Local History Collection
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Exterior photograph of elderly Native American woman seated with baskets. Two women are standing behind her and the writing on the photograph reads; ""Garcia in her home on the Potrero."" Location could have been in a canyon on today's Morongo Reservation or in the Banning Water Canyon. The names Potrero and Morongo were often interchangeable in the early history of establishing the Reservation.
""Garcia in her home on the Potrero. M.R.. L. R.""
1 sepia tone photograph; 7.62 x 12.7 cm.
The Potrero
Native Americans-California-Baning
Native Americans-California-Morongo Reservation
Native Americans-California-Potrero
Basket Making-California-Banning
Banning (Calif.)

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