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Western Survey Expeditions of 1871, 1872, 1873, and 1874
BANC PIC 1905.17116-.17119--STER  
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1905.17116:1-50

 

:1 The Start from Camp Mojave, Arizona, September 15th, 1871.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 1

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:2 View across Black Canon. The grand walls in perspective.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 2

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:3 View down Black Canon from Mirror Bar. The walls repeated by reflection.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 3

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:4 Grotto Spring, Grand Canon, Colorado River.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 4

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:5 Types of Mojave Indians.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 5

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:6 View of Grand Canon Walls, near mouth of Diamond River.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 6

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:7 Mountain transportation. Pack Mule, Pack and Packers.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 7

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:8 The Canon of Kanab Creek, near its junction with the Grand Canon of the Colorado.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 8

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:9 "The Bath," a dripping spring in Kanab Canon. Temperature 69 Fahr.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 9

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:10 The mouth of Kanab Creek.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 10

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:11 Mouth of the Paria, Colorado River; walls 2100 feet in height.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 11

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:12 View in the Grand Canon of the Colorado River.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 12

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:13 Marble Canon, one of the Gorges of the Colorado here, 1200 feet deep.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 13

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:14 The Northern Wall of the Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of the To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 14

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:15 The "Vermillion Cliff," a typical plateau edge, as seen from Jacob's Pool, Arizona.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 15

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:16 Indian Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 16

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:17 Zuni Indian Girl, with water olla.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 17

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:18 Gardens surrounding the Indian Pueblo of Zuni.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 18

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:19 Group of Zuni Indian "Braves," at their Pueblo, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 19

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:20 War Chief of the Zuni Indians.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 20

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:21 Ruins in Canon de Chelle, N. M. [New Mexico], in a cavity in the wall, 60 feet above present bed of Canon.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 21

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:22 Circle Wall, Canon de Chelle.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 22

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:23 Explorers Column, Canon de Chelle, Arizona.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 23

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:24 Central Portion of Canon de Chelle, New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 24

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:25 Camp Beauty, Canon de Chelle; walls 1200 feet high, width of Canon at this point about one fourth of a mile.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 25

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:26 Aboriginal life among the Navajo Indians, Canon de Chelle, New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 26

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:27 Navajo Indian Squaw, and Child, at their home, in Canon de Chelle.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 27

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:28 Navajo Boys and Squaw, in front of the quarters at old Fort Defiance, N. M. [New Mexico], now unoccupied by troops.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 28

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:29 Navajo Brave and his Mother.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 29

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:30 Apache Lake, Summit of Sierra Blanca Mountains.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 30

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:30 copy 2 Apache Lake, Summit of Sierra Blanca Mountains. [variant]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 30

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:31 Coyotero Apache Scouts, at Apache Lake, Sierra Blanca Mountains, Arizona.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 31

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:32 Cooley's Ranch, 10 miles east of Camp Apache, Arizona.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 32

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:33 Apache Indians, as they appear ready for the war-path.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 33

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:34 Roman Catholic Church, Plaza of Guadaloupe, Guadaloupe Co., Colorado.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 34

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:35 Beaver Lake, Conejos Canon, Colorado, 9000 feet above sea-level, and 30 miles from mouth of Canon.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 35

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:36 Canon, Valley of the Conejos River, looking South from vicinity of "Lost Lakes."

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 36

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:37 Lost lakes, head of Conejos Canon, Colorado.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 37

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:38 One of the Group of Pagosa Hot Springs, showing incrustation on the surface.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 38

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:39 Pah-ge, a Ute Squaw, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 39

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:40 Ute Braves, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico, in "full dress."

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 40

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:41 Jicarilla Apache Brave and Squaw, lately wedded. Abiquiu Agency, New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 41

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:42 Shee-zah-nan-tan, Jicarilla Apache Brave in characteristic costume, Northern New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 42

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:43 Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of Canon Largo.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 43

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:44 Lagunas Caballo, or Horse Lakes, 14 miles N. W. from Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 44

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:45 Alpine Lake, in the Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 45

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:45 copy 2 Alpine Lake, in the Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado. [variant]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 45

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:46 Baldy Peak, Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado, 14234 feet above sea-level.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 46

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:46 copy 2 Baldy Peak, Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado, 14234 feet above sea-level. [variant]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 46

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:47 Alpine lakes, and Mountain Scenery, in the Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado, 13000 feet above sea-level.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 47

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:48 Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 48

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

:49 Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, looking through the timber and showing the main fall, and upper or "Lace Falls."

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 49

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:50 Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 50

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1874.

 

1905.17117:1-23

 

:1 The Start from Camp Mojave, Arizona, September 15, 1871.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 1

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:2 Nee-chi-qua-ra, a good specimen of the Mojave type.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 2

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:3 Camp in Painted Canon, Colorado River.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 3

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:4 First Halt within the Black Canon.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 4

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:5 Snug Harbor, Black Canon.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 5

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:6 Light and Shadow, Black Canon; walls about 1,700 feet in height.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 6

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:7 Middle of Black Canon, looking down stream.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 7

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:8 View across Black Canon. The Great Walls in Perspective.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 8

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:9 View down Black Canon from Mirror Bar.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 9

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:10 Mojave Indians caught napping.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 10

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:11 Melon cactus (Cereus ctenoides,) 3 feet in height and 16 inches in diameter.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 11

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:12 Camp at the crossing of the Colorado, just below the mouth of the Grand Canon.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 12

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:13 Triangulation Station, near the mouth of the Grand Canon, Colorado River.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 13

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:14 Grotto Spring, Grand Canon, Colorado River.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 14

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:15 View in the Grand Canon of the Colorado.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 15

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:16 Maiman, a Mojave Indian, guide and interpreter during a portion of the season in the Colorado country.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 16

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:17 Baptismal Font, about 6 miles above mouth of the Grand Canon.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 17

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:18 View across the Grand Canon, from Grotto Spring.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 18

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:19 Grand Canon, junction of Diamond and Colorado Rivers.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 19

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:20 View of Grand Canon Walls near mouth of Diamond River.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 20

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:21 Types of Mojave Indians.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 21

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:22 Fred W. Loring, in his campaign costume, with his mule "Evil Merodach."

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 22

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

:23 View across the crater of San Francisco Mountain.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 23

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1871.

 

1905.17118:1-39

 

:1 Mormon village of Mona, below the foothills of Nebo Peak, Wahsatch Range.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 1

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:2 Small artificial lake for irrigating purposes at Mona.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 2

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:3 A gravel bed carved by the rain.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 3

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:4 Sevier River Valley, to the South of Gunnison, Utah.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 4

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:5 View in the High Country, on the headwaters of the Dirty Devil River

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 5

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:6 Mountain Range, near Fish Lake. Altitude 11,575 feet.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 6

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:7 View in the High Country, on the headwaters of the Dirty Devil River

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 7

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:8 Three Lakes Canon. Gray Cliffs in the distance; near Kanab U. T. [Utah]

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 8

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:9 Cave near Kanab, U. T. [Utah]

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 9

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:10 Near Jacob's Pool, in Northern Arizona.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 10

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:11 The "Vermillion Cliff," a typical plateau edge as seen from Jacob's Pool, Arizona.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 11

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:12 A perched block of Sandstone, which is being gradually undermined by the action of sand and wind.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 12

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:13 "The Bear," a mass of sandstone, fallen from the cliffs, near the mouth of the Paria.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 13

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:14 The Canon of Kanab Creek, near its junction with the Grand Canon of the Colorado.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 14

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:15 "The Bath," a dripping spring in Kanab Canon.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 15

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:16 The Canon of the Kanab Creek, near its junction with the Grand Canon of the Colorado River.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 16

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:17 The Canon of the Kanab Creek, near where it joins the Grand Canon of the Colorado.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 17

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:18 The Canon of the Kanab Creek, near where it joins the Grand Canon of the Colorado.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 18

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:19 The Canon of the Kanab Creek, near where it joins the Grand Canon of the Colorado.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 19

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:20 The Canon of the Kanab Creek, near where it joins the Grand Canon of the Colorado.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 20

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:20 copy 2 The Canon of the Kanab Creek, near where it joins the Grand Canon of the Colorado. [slight variant]

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 20

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:21 The Canon of the Kanab Creek, near where it joins the Grand Canon of the Colorado.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 21

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:22 The mouth of Kanab Creek.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 22

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:23 Sand Sculpture.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 23

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:24 Grand Canon, mouth of Kanab Wash.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 24

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:25 The Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the mouth of Kanab Creek.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 25

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:26 Yellow Pine (Pinus ponderosa, Doug.,) the timber-tree of the high plateaus in Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 26

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:27 Colorado River, above the mouth of the Paria.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 27

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:28 Marble Canon, one of the Gorges of the Colorado, here 1,200 feet deep. The steep cliff is grey limestone and the slope a brilliant red sandstone.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 28

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:28 copy 2 Marble Canon, one of the Gorges of the Colorado, here 1,200 feet deep. The steep cliff is grey limestone and the slope a brilliant red sandstone. [variant]

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 13

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:29 Marble Canon, one of the Gorges of the Colorado, here 1,200 feet deep. The steep cliff is grey limestone and the slope a brilliant red sandstone.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 29

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:30 Marble Canon, one of the Gorges of the Colorado, here 1,200 feet deep. The steep cliff is grey limestone and the slope a brilliant red sandstone.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 30

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:31 Devil's Anvil near foot of To-ro-weap Valley. River 3,000 feet below.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 31

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:32 The Northern Wall of the Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 32

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:33 The Northern Wall of the Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 33

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:34 The Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 34

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:35 The Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 35

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:36 The Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 36

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:37 The Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 37

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:38 The Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 38

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

:39 Grand Canon, foot of the To-ro-weap Valley.

Photographer: Wm. Bell

Photographer's number: 39

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1872.

 

1905.17119:1-38

 

:1 Zuni Indian Girl, with water olla.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 1

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:2 Alcalde, or municipal officer of the Zuni Indians.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 2

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:3 The Two "Beauties." Zuni Indian belles, 16 and 18 years of age.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 3

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:4 Lieutenant-Governor of the Zuni Indians.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 4

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:5 Gardens surrounding the Indian Pueblo of Zuni, in which are raised a variety of vegetables, such as pepper, onions, garlic, &c.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 5

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:6 Group of Zuni Indian "Braves" at their pueblo, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 6

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:7 Group of Zuni Indians, at their pueblo or town, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 7

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:8 War Chief of the Zuni Indians.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 8

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:9 Old Mission Church, Pueblo of Zuni, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 9

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:10 Old Spanish Record, on North Wall of Inscription Rock, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 10

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:11 Distant View of Ancient Ruins in lower part of Canon de Chelle, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 11

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:12 Ruins in Canon de Chelle, N. M. [New Mexico], in a cavity in the wall, 60 feet above present bed of canon.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 12

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:13 View looking down the Canon de Chelle, about 15 miles below the head.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 13

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:14 Circle Wall, Canon de Chelle.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 14

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:15 Explorers Column, Canon de Chelle, Arizona.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 15

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:16 Central Portion of the Canon de Chelle, New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 16

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:17 Camp Beauty, Canon de Chelle.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 17

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:18 View near head of Canon de Chelle.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 18

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:19 Canon de Chelle. Walls from bed of canon, 1,200 feet in height.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 19

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:20 Aboriginal life among the Navajoe Indians, Canon de Chelle, New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 20

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:21 Navajoe Indian squaw and child at their canon home in Canon de Chelle.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 21

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:22 Navajoe squaws and child, Canon de Chelle, New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 22

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:23 Navajoe boys and squaw in front of their quarters at old Fort Defiance, New Mexico.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 23

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:24 Navajoe Brave and his mother.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 24

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:25 Domestic scene among the Navajoe Indians.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 25

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:26 Navajoe Indian Dance, at old Fort Defiance, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 26

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:27 Apache Lake, Summit of Sierra Blanca Mountains, about 35 miles east from Camp Apache, Arizona, and 10,500 feet above sea-level.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 27

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:28 Cooley's Ranche, 10 miles east of Camp Apache, Arizona.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 28

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:29 Coyotero Apache Scouts, at Apache Lake, Sierra Blanca Range, Arizona.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 29

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:30 Apache Indians as they appear ready for the war-path.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 30

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:31 Apache squaw and pappoose.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 31

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:32 Apache Braves ready for the trail, Arizona.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 32

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:33 Young Apache warrior and his squaw, near Camp Apache, Arizona.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 33

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:34 Pedro, Captain of one of the Coyotero Apache Bands, Arizona, in his Washington costume.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 34

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:35 Apache squaw and child.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 35

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:36 Canon of the Colorado River, Utah, 25 miles above the mouth of Paria Creek.

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 36

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:37 The ancient Church of San Miguel, Santa Fe, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 37

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.

 

:38 Altar, Church of San Miguel, Santa Fe, N. M. [New Mexico]

Photographer: T. H. O'Sullivan

Photographer's number: 38

Photographer's series: Expedition of 1873.