Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Native Americans: Stereoviews A-Z




Native Americans
in the 1890s and past.





"Family of Cheyenne Indians, Wyoming" (ca. 1890s)


"Ruined Cave Dwellers' Houses, New Mexico" (ca. 1890s)


Hmm..... These could be ancient "Atsina Indian Cliff Dweller Ruins" according to one online source, but I found nothing more to document that.

(See Post A and Post B for history of Stereoviews/Stereoscope)



Copyright 2013 © Sharon Himsl; [Gravseth family archive; Cosmopolitan series 1890s]  

6 comments:

  1. I find the Native American culture very interesting.

    TaMara
    Tales of a Pee Dee Mama

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  2. As a child we went to see some of these cliff dwellings. Amazing.

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  3. Visiting from the A-Z Challenge
    good post

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  4. Wow. I just love old photos.

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  5. I enjoy the pictures but I really enjoy the additional narrative you provide.

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  6. New visitors Sue, Liz and Rv8432--thanks so much for commenting. Visiting your blogs next!

    TaMara and Jai...good to hear from you:)

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