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Dancing Court of the Antelopes & Snakes at Wal-pi, East Mesa, 1891 August 21
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Title from manuscript caption on recto. A general view of the Walpi plaza just before the Snake Dance. The white drapery on the left of the plaza is the kisi or bower that initially holds the snakes.
Illustrated in Donaldson, 72A-1. Donaldson's caption is: Scene of the Snake Dance at Walpi, Looking North. Illustrated in Titterton, page 260.
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No materials were separated during 2011 processing.
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This collection was processed by Valerie Addonizio in 2011 November . Finding aid adapted from research and descriptive information provided by Austin Lamont and edited by Valerie Addonizio in 2011 November .
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Dancing Court of the Antelopes & Snakes at Wal-pi, East Mesa; Julian Scott Photographs for the 11th Census, C1412, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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Donaldson, Thomas. 1893. Eleventh census of the United States, 1890: extra census bulletin. Washington, D.C.: United States Census Print Office. Titterton, Robert J. 1997. Julian Scott: artist of the Civil War and native America. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co.
- United States. Census Office (11th census : 1890)
Keam, Thomas V.
McCook, Alexander McDowell, 1831-1903
Morgan, T. J. (Thomas Jefferson), 1839-1902
Parker, Quanah, 1845?-1911