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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908260 Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908193 Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Young Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico

Young Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908170 Young Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Young Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Shrine of the Stone Lions, a prehistoric Native American sculpture of two mountain lions

Shrine of the Stone Lions, a prehistoric Native American sculpture of two mountain lions, Bandelier Wilderness
NWI4907101 Shrine of the Stone Lions, a prehistoric Native American sculpture of two mountain lions, Bandelier Wilderness, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Shrine of the Stone Lions)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Portrait of Kit Carson (1809-1868), commander of New Mexico volunteers, army of the United States

Portrait of Kit Carson (1809-1868), commander of New Mexico volunteers, army of the United States
NWI4903974 Portrait of Kit Carson (1809-1868), commander of New Mexico volunteers, army of the United States, from a photograph taken around 1863.; (add.info.: Portrait of Kit Carson (1809-1868)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Young Navajo Pollen Trail Dancer honoring weavers with the Sash

Young Navajo Pollen Trail Dancer honoring weavers with the Sash and Rug Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials
NWI4909286 Young Navajo Pollen Trail Dancer honoring weavers with the Sash and Rug Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Zuni Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Turkey Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Zuni Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Turkey Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908980 Zuni Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Turkey Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Zuni Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Turkey Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Zuni Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Turkey Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908944 Zuni Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Turkey Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer honoring weavers with the Belt Dance at the Gallup Intertribal

Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer honoring weavers with the Belt Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908768 Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer honoring weavers with the Belt Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers honoring weavers with the Belt Dance at the Gallup Intertribal

Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers honoring weavers with the Belt Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908364 Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers honoring weavers with the Belt Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal

Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908299 Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908066 Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Pollen Trail Dancer performing the Hoop Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Navajo Pollen Trail Dancer performing the Hoop Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4907997 Navajo Pollen Trail Dancer performing the Hoop Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bread baking in a Zuni Pueblo oven (horno) at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico

Bread baking in a Zuni Pueblo oven (horno) at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4907979 Bread baking in a Zuni Pueblo oven (horno) at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Bread baking in a Zuni Pueblo oven (horno) at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Zuni Pueblo woman baking bread in an horno at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico

Zuni Pueblo woman baking bread in an horno at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4907928 Zuni Pueblo woman baking bread in an horno at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Zuni Pueblo woman baking bread in an horno at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Doorway of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Doorway of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907503 Doorway of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Doorway of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907402 Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907286 Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907189 Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The feathered snake, Ko Lo Wissi, from the Pueblo Indians, mythological

The feathered snake, Ko Lo Wissi, from the Pueblo Indians, mythological and sacred figure of the Pueblo religion
NWI4894567 The feathered snake, Ko Lo Wissi, from the Pueblo Indians, mythological and sacred figure of the Pueblo religion (New Mexico)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: History of Indigenous Peoples: Religious Ceremony of Zuni using Tobacco, New Mexico

History of Indigenous Peoples: Religious Ceremony of Zuni using Tobacco, New Mexico
NWI4896631 History of Indigenous Peoples: Religious Ceremony of Zuni using Tobacco, New Mexico. Coloured engraving of the 19th century.; (add.info.: History of Indigenous Peoples)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: History of Indigenous Peoples: Women decorating pottery on the roof of a Pueblo village, New Mexico

History of Indigenous Peoples: Women decorating pottery on the roof of a Pueblo village, New Mexico
NWI4894282 History of Indigenous Peoples: Women decorating pottery on the roof of a Pueblo village, New Mexico. Coloured engraving of the 19th century.; (add.info.: History of Indigenous Peoples)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Santa Fe Trail, mark of pioneer carriage wheels, the road connected Missouri to New Mexico

Santa Fe Trail, mark of pioneer carriage wheels, the road connected Missouri to New Mexico
NWI4889561 Santa Fe Trail, mark of pioneer carriage wheels, the road connected Missouri to New Mexico. In the background, the Rocky Mountains appear breaking through the clouds; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Daily life in a zuni Indian village (New Mexico, USA), busy women grind maize, around 1800

Daily life in a zuni Indian village (New Mexico, USA), busy women grind maize, around 1800
NWI4898594 Daily life in a zuni Indian village (New Mexico, USA), busy women grind maize, around 1800. Lithograph from 19th century illustration.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Reconstruction of the village Pueblo Bonito, ancestral site of the Precolombian Indians in Chaco

Reconstruction of the village Pueblo Bonito, ancestral site of the Precolombian Indians in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
NWI4898570 Reconstruction of the village Pueblo Bonito, ancestral site of the Precolombian Indians in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, as it was around 1250 BC

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Anasazi civilization: Pueblo Bonito, precolombian archaeological site of Chaco Canyon

Anasazi civilization: Pueblo Bonito, precolombian archaeological site of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (USA)
NWI4899359 Anasazi civilization: Pueblo Bonito, precolombian archaeological site of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (USA), around 1200 BC - Colorised engraving

Background imageRelated Images Collection: General Winfield Scott's waist belt from the Mexican War

General Winfield Scott's waist belt from the Mexican War
3031409 General Winfield Scott's waist belt from the Mexican War; West Point Museum, New York, USA; (add.info.: General Winfield Scott's waist belt from the Mexican War); © Don Troiani

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A new and exact map of the island of Antigua in America, according to a survey made in the years

A new and exact map of the island of Antigua in America, according to a survey made in the years 1746-1748
7340453 A new and exact map of the island of Antigua in America, according to a survey made in the years 1746-1748, c.1749 (coloured engraving) by Baker

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Taos Studio (oil on canvas)

Taos Studio (oil on canvas)
1767649 Taos Studio (oil on canvas) by Sharp, Joseph Henry (1859-1953); 76.2x63.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Taos Studio. Joseph Henry Sharp (1859-1953). Oil on canvas

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico (b/w photo)

The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico (b/w photo)
8652948 The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico (b/w photo) by American Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: United States, State of New Mexico: Casino Game Room in Santa Fe, years 1800

United States, State of New Mexico: Casino Game Room in Santa Fe, years 1800. Colour engraving of the 19th century
NWI4966680 United States, State of New Mexico: Casino Game Room in Santa Fe, years 1800. Colour engraving of the 19th century.; (add.info.: United States)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: United States, State of New Mexico: Pisa building in the old Spanish section of Albuquerque

United States, State of New Mexico: Pisa building in the old Spanish section of Albuquerque
NWI4966669 United States, State of New Mexico: Pisa building in the old Spanish section of Albuquerque. Colour engraving of the 19th century.; (add.info.: United States)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Map of the 'Alta California' (or Upper California) part of the Spanish colony of New Spain under

Map of the "Alta California" (or Upper California) part of the Spanish colony of New Spain under the Mexican
NWI4964410 Map of the "Alta California" (or Upper California) part of the Spanish colony of New Spain under the Mexican government, beginning of the 19th century

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Major George Montague Wheeler's expedition (1842-1905) exploring the rocky mountains around 1870

Major George Montague Wheeler's expedition (1842-1905) exploring the rocky mountains around 1870
NWI4847091 Major George Montague Wheeler's expedition (1842-1905) exploring the rocky mountains around 1870, the Sangre de Cristo, a range that extends from Colorado to New Mexico

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Distribution of pueblos Indian villages, occupied or in ruins, around 1800, in the Arizona region

Distribution of pueblos Indian villages, occupied or in ruins, around 1800, in the Arizona region
NWI4850799 Distribution of pueblos Indian villages, occupied or in ruins, around 1800, in the Arizona region, New Mexico (United States)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed-Hawk dancer performing at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico

Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed-Hawk dancer performing at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908014 Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed-Hawk dancer performing at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed-Hawk dancer performing at the Gallup Intertribal)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed Hawk Dancers performing the Deer Dance at the Gallop Intertribal

Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed Hawk Dancers performing the Deer Dance at the Gallop Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4907787 Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed Hawk Dancers performing the Deer Dance at the Gallop Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Deer Dance at the Gallup Intertribal

Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Deer Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4907720 Zuni Pueblo Red-Tailed Hawk Dancer performing the Deer Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907610 Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907222 Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Thunderbirds, a plumed serpent, and other Native American petroglyphs near Galisteo, New Mexico

Thunderbirds, a plumed serpent, and other Native American petroglyphs near Galisteo, New Mexico
NWI4905970 Thunderbirds, a plumed serpent, and other Native American petroglyphs near Galisteo, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Thunderbirds, a plumed serpent)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908130 Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Young Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Young Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4908071 Young Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Basket Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers performing the Ribbon Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials

Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers performing the Ribbon Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NWI4907882 Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers performing the Ribbon Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico.; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907595 Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907360 Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907268 Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Spanish mission at Pecos Pueblo, seat of the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico

Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico
NWI4907158 Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt, New Mexico.; (add.info.: Ruins of Pecos Pueblo, burned during the 17th-century Pueblo Revolt)



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