22. Typical Pueblo Indian Dwelling
Property of John Goodman. 1915.
Typical Pueblo Indian Dwelling. The Indian Pueblos of New Mexico are picturesque anywhere and always. Here is his Home, his meat is drying from the roof, the kindling wood and bake oven at the front door. The cowhide stretching upon the ground, and sheep skin drying in a rack. The meat he eats, the skins he trades, he therefore asks no aid from Washington.
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