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Navajo Indian standing alone on the Painted Desert, Arizona, ca.1900

By 1861-1946 C.C. (Charles C.) Pierce


Photograph of a Navajo Indian standing alone on the Painted Desert, Arizona, ca.1900. In the background at center, a lone Navajo Indian can be seen wearing a lightly-colored, long-sleeved shirt and dark pants. The man is turned away from the camera and stares off into the distance. In the foreground, clusters of small scrub brush can be seen extending into the extreme background. The San Francisco Mountains are in the extreme background at left. Large groups of clouds decorate the sky overhead

Topics: Navajo Indians, deserts, Indians -- Navajo; Arizona -- Painted Desert, Indians of North America; Navajo Indians; Clothing and dress
Publisher: University of Southern California. Libraries
Year: 1999
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Provided by: USC Digital Library
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