COLORADO NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN VIEW AND RANCH ALBUM - ca. 1880-90. This black leather album contains scenes of Native American cliff dwellings, ruins, Indians, ranches and cowboys. The album contains 13 pages with 18 images: 7 images are cliff dwellings or canyons, 4 images of Native American study, and 5 images of ranches and cowboys. The Native American images are highlighted by a great portrait of, "Mariana. Chief of Utes" with a pistol. They also include a comparison of three Indian skulls, a view of pottery, and a "Papoose Mummy". The ranch images include overall shots and a portrait of cowboys - "W. B. Netherill and sons". The images are mostly noted in period script ink, and mounted on cards that measure 11"x 13.5". The album contains empty pages and is in fine condition with minor scratches. Overall this album is a fine study of the Cliff Dwellers and southern Colorado with lasting imagery.

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