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Mission Photograph Album - Indians #2

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Mission Photograph Album - Indians #2


Images related to ministries among Native Americans taken under the direction of the Board of Missions in the 1910s through the 1930s




Board of Home Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church


United States
Native Americans


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The General Commission on Archives and History of The United Methodist Church. The United Methodist Archives and History Center. Madison, New Jersey


Mission Photograph Albums - Indians #2

Items in the Mission Photograph Album - Indians #2 Collection

H13864 Coroner's party investigating Indian remains found in cave near Phoenix. Phoenix, Arizona.

H13865 Indian skull and leg bone near Phoenix. Phoenix, Arizona.

H13866 Indian's bones in cave near Phoenix. Phoenix, Arizona.

H13867 Party investigating partly decomposed bodies of Indians found in cave near Phoenix. Phoenix, Arizona.

H14093 A centenarian Yuma Indian. Arizona.

H14094 Yuma Indian blind and decrepit. Arizona.

H14095 Old Yuma Indian. Arizona.

H14065 Christian Yuma Indian woman and child.

H14779 A Navajo Indian shepherd.

H14066 Yuma Indian boy.

H14067 A very old Yuma Indian.

H14068 A Yuma Indian boy, son of progressive Indian.

H14451 Yuma Indian girl and typical house wall. Arizona.

H14452 A young Cocopah s[***]. Arizona.

H14453 A young Cocopah s[***]. Arizona.

H14454 Typical costume of Cocopah and Yuma Indian women. Arizona.

H14455 One of the most progressive Yuma Indians. Arizona.

H14456 The Yuma Indians hate to be photographed. This man threw down his bucket and fell on his face when he noticed the camera. He is one of the "progressives" too. Arizona.

H14457 A typical reservation home of the Yumas, made largely of mud and willows. Arizona.

H14458 A Yuma Indian reservation home. It is intensely hot here. Arizona.