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Josefa Camargo (née Valenzuela), full-blooded Indian woman, daughter of Francisco and Ana María from Mission San Miguel, Baja California. Josefa Camargo was a lifelong resident of Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez. Photo by Mamie Goulet : ca. 1907
Mamie Goulet
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1907
Contributing Institution
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Native Americans on the Central Coast
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Josefa Camargo sits on chair in a field with fences in the background along with one sapling. Image originally obtained from Harrington Papers, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution 91-31283.
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 X 26 cm.
Camargo, Josefa
Santa Barbara County (Calif.)
Mission San Miguel Arcangel (San Miguel, Calif.)
Chumash Indians--California--Santa Barbara County
Chumash Indians--Women--California--Santa Barbara County
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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