Category: pueblo

pogphotoarchives: Juan Cruz Roybal, Desiderio …

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Juan Cruz Roybal, Desiderio Roybal’s father, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico

Photographer: T. Harmon Parkhurst  

Date: 1925 – 1945?

Negative Number: 004188

pogphotoarchives: Adelano Montoya, San Ildefon…

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Adelano Montoya, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico

Photographer: Robert H. Martin

Date: 1948

Negative Number: 043081

pogphotoarchives: Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico Cr…

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Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico

Creator: New Mexico State Tourist Bureau

Date: 1948?

Negative Number: 044198

pogphotoarchives: Pueblo woman sitting near f…

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Pueblo woman sitting near fireplace, New Mexico

Date: 1915-1930?
Negative Number LS.1728

pogphotoarchives: Unidentified mother and chi…

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Unidentified mother and child, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico

Photographer: Dana B. Chase

Date: 1884 – 1892

Negative Number: 057003

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Taos Pueblo group, one man holding the Governor’s cane

Photographer: William Henry Brown  / Bennett and Brown
Date: 1880 – 1884?
Negative Number HP.2012.26.6

pogphotoarchives: Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico Pho…

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Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

Photographer: T. Harmon Parkhurst

Date: 1925 – 1945?

Negative Number: 002804

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University of New Mexico excavation of San Gabriel del Yunque Ouinge in northern New Mexico

Date: 1962
Negative Number 042236

American Rock Art May Record Ancient Solar Ecl…

A pair of astronomers say that an obscure piece of rock art in New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon may depict a solar eclipse event that took place 920 years ago. The glyph shows a a circle bursting with curved tendrils and curlicues. Just like the curls and whorls that appear to come from the sun, when it is hidden behind the moon in a full eclipse.

Furthermore, we know a solar eclipse did happen on July 11, 1097, and the path of the eclipse would have crossed directly over the Chaco Canyon area. At the time, a people we know as the Ancestral Pueblo was emerging. They lived in Chaco Canyon at the right time to have seen the solar eclipse, and wanted to record it.

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Manuel Vigil, Tesuque Pueblo, New Mexico

Photographer: T. Harmon Parkhurst
Date: 1925 – 1945?
Negative Number 009212