National Geographic, March 1977

justenoughisplenty: "I’m too busy to be lonely," declares "Granny" Eva Barnes Henderson, who at age 83 lives alone in a small, time-weathered house near the banks of the Buffalo River.

1952

From Monument Canyon’s Brink, Pylons Hundreds of Feet Tall Appear Like Toothpicks Down this almost perpendicular cliff, the party on horseback rode a dangerous trail to reach the canyon’s lower rim.

I'm going to have to break out my sewing machine. ❤️

I'm going to have to break out my sewing machine.

Dine tree sculpture, Navajo Reservation (photo by Sgtgizmo6871) -- artwork of the gods that someone (probably Dine') made out of an old tree a long highway 89—been there forever.

Dine tree sculpture, Navajo Reservation (photo by -- artwork of the gods that someone (probably Dine') made out of an old tree a long highway there forever.

Curt Walters (b. 1950), "Riven by Time." Brian Lebel's Old West Auction, June 11, 2016. Est. $4,000-6,000.

Curt Walters (b. 1950), "Riven by Time." Brian Lebel's Old West Auction, June 11, 2016. Est. $4,000-6,000.

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Native American girl poses for National Geographic photograph in front of her hut on the Painted Desert in Arizona.

1959 - Grand Canyon, AZ

Images scanned from National Geographic December 1959 Photos by Charles W.

New Mexico Navajo Weavers                                                                                                                                                      More

Native American groups have inhabited the territory of New Mexico for thousands of years, many centuries before Europeans reached the Americas. Reminders of their ancient presence are throughout our state.

In 1906, American photographer Edward S. Curtis was offered $75,000 to document North American Indians. The benefactor, J.P Morgan, was to receive 25 sets of the completed series of 20 volumes with…

Title: The Oath--Apsaroke. Date Created/Published: November Summary: Three Apsaroke men gazing skyward, two holding rifles, one with object skewered on arrow pointed skyward, bison skull at their feet.

NAVAJO FAMILY

NAVAJO FAMILY

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