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Title
Juan José Fustero, a lifelong resident of Piru, Ventura County, son of San Fernando Mission Indians of Tataviam and Kitanemuk ancestry. Photo taken in the early twentieth century
Creator
unknown
Contributor
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Date Created and/or Issued
circa : early 1900s
Contributing Institution
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Collection
Native Americans on the Central Coast
Rights Information
Copyright status unknown.
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Description
A side view of Juan José Fustero who sits on a horse. Fustero is carrying a rifle in a sling. Hills are visible in the background. Image originally obtained from Ventura County Museum of History and Art.
Type
image
Format
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 X 26 cm.
Identifier
http://www.luna.blackgold.org/luna/servlet/detail/blackgold~3~3~171~1487
http://blackgold.lunaimaging.com:80/MediaManager/srvr?mediafile=/Size2/blackgold~3~3/37/BG-NA-14-009.jpg
NA009
Language
English
Subject
Fustero, Juan José
Ventura County (Calif.)
Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians
Chumash Indians--California--Ventura County
Chumash Indians--Men--California--Ventura County
Source
BG-NA-14-009.jpg
Part of "Historical Photos of Four Ethnicities on California's Central Coast" Collection
Originally published as part of Native Americans on the Central Coast: a photo essay

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