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13977 Francisco Aresa, Casique of Cochiti. Fred Harvey.; verso: The Pueblo of Cochite [Cochiti] is about ten miles from Thornton, and occupies a picturesque site on a broad plain facing, and about 30 feet above, the Rio Grande. Contrary to custom in pueblos, the houses are as a rule detached and are generally of a single story. The inhabitants, about 250 in number, are intensely conservative and still preserve their ancient religious rites. They have many public ceremonial performances, the best known and most interesting on July 14th of each year. Casique means Chief. "Phostint" Card. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co. Trade Mark - Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. [divided back, no message]
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13977 Francisco Aresa, Casique of Cochiti. Fred Harvey.; verso: The Pueblo of Cochite [Cochiti] is about ten miles from Thornton, and occupies a picturesque site on a broad plain facing, and about 30 feet above, the Rio Grande. Contrary to custom in pueblos, the houses are as a rule detached and are generally of a single story. The inhabitants, about 250 in number, are intensely conservative and still preserve their ancient religious rites. They have many public ceremonial performances, the best known and most interesting on July 14th of each year. Casique means Chief. "Phostint" Card. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co. Trade Mark - Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. [divided back, no message], result 1 of 1

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Culture
American
Title
13977 Francisco Aresa, Casique of Cochiti. Fred Harvey.; verso: The Pueblo of Cochite [Cochiti] is about ten miles from Thornton, and occupies a picturesque site on a broad plain facing, and about 30 feet above, the Rio Grande. Contrary to custom in pueblos, the houses are as a rule detached and are generally of a single story. The inhabitants, about 250 in number, are intensely conservative and still preserve their ancient religious rites. They have many public ceremonial performances, the best known and most interesting on July 14th of each year. Casique means Chief. "Phostint" Card. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co. Trade Mark - Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. [divided back, no message]
overall
recto
Work Type
Picture postcard
Portrait
Date
ca. 1907-1914 (publication date)
Material
paper
cardstock
Measurements
14 x 9 cm (5.51 x 3.54 inches) approximately
Description
13977 Francisco Aresa, Casique of Cochiti. Fred Harvey.; verso: The Pueblo of Cochite [Cochiti] is about ten miles from Thornton, and occupies a picturesque site on a broad plain facing, and about 30 feet above, the Rio Grande. Contrary to custom in pueblos, the houses are as a rule detached and are generally of a single story. The inhabitants, about 250 in number, are intensely conservative and still preserve their ancient religious rites. They have many public ceremonial performances, the best known and most interesting on July 14th of each year. Casique means Chief. "Phostint" Card. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co. Trade Mark - Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. [divided back, no message]
Repository
Trinity College, Watkinson Library (Hartford, Connecticut, USA)
Accession Number
Box 28.9-4
ID Number
542024
Source
Trinity College Library
Vendor: Trinity College Watkinson Library
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