Navajo Indian with His Flock of Sheep (Orig. Title: Sheep Raising An Extensive Industry in Northern Arizona)

Summary: 
Stereograph of Navajo sheep herders with a flock of sheep.
Description: 

Stereograph of Navajo sheep herders and a flock of sheep on the Navajo Reservation in northern Arizona.The stereograph of Navajo sheep herders and a flock of sheep was created in 1903.  Sources for the date of creation include:.H29842, Catalogue of Title Entries of Books and Other Articles Entered in the Office of the Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, at Washington, Volume 35, Treasury Department, 1903, p. 294; #20, Keystone Primary Units, Stereographic and Lantern Slides, Indians of the Southwest.  Meadville, Pa., Keystone View Company, 1905-1910. There is an original negative in the collections of the California Museum of Photography, UC Riverside.

Location Description: 

northeastern Arizona

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Keywords: 
Navajo, sheep
Original Date: 
2019 April 25th
Original Date Description: 
1903
Language: 
English
Source: 
Val Berryman Stereograph Collection, Michigan State University Museum
Identifier: 
V23182
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Author: 
smit1550