Emiliano's new houses, 1929. From left to right the structures are: a ramada, for summer shade; a modern gabled house; and a wa' (back view). The oxhide hanging on the side of the ramada was taken from the ox killed to feed the visitors at the funeral rites for Juana. [source: The Kiliwa Indians of Lower California (Plate VII, figure a)]
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Emiliano's new establishments (houses built since death of his aunt in January). Bull hide is from the animal he killed for the funeral. Left to right, houses are: summer ramada, house of Emiliano and his wife, little wa' of his mother.
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black and white negative; 2 13/16 x 4 7/8 inches
A contemporary contact print of this image is available in the album documenting the 1929 trip.
From left to right the structures are: a ramada, for summer shade; a modern gabled house; and a wa' (back view). The oxhide hanging on the side of the ramada was taken from the ox killed to feed the visitors at the funeral rites for Juana
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[Title, Date]. Peveril Meigs Baja California Research Materials. MSS 530. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
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