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    English: "Zuni girl with jar" (c.1903).
    • A girl of the Zuni tribe, headcarrying a Native American pottery jar, in New Mexico.
    • From The North American Indian, by Edward S. Curtis.
    Español: Los primeros antropólogos estadounidenses se volcaron al estudio de los indígenas de su país. En la foto, una joven zuñi, pueblo de Nuevo México.
    Aragonés: Misacha fendo uso d'o sentito d'a equilibriozepzión pa mantener una tenalla sobre a capeza.
    العربية: فتاة من قبيلة الزوني وهى تحمل جرة، 1903.
    Български: Момиче зуни.
    Català: Els primers antropòlegs nord-americans es van bolcar a l'estudi dels indígenes del seu país. A la foto, una jove zuñi, poble de Nou Mèxic. Noia zuni amb gerro, 1903.
    Deutsch: Zuni-Mädchen mit Tonkrug um 1903.
    Date circa 1903
    date QS:P,+1903-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
    This image is available from the United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division
    under the digital ID cph.3c12231.
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    Edward S. Curtis  (1868–1952) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q433128
    Edward S. Curtis
    Alternative names
    Edward Curtis; E. S. Curtis; Edward Sheriff Curtis; E.S. Curtis; Edward Sherriff Curtis
    Description American photographer, anthropologist, explorer and film director
    Date of birth/death 16 February 1868 Edit this at Wikidata 19 October 1952 Edit this at Wikidata
    Location of birth/death Whitewater Los Angeles
    Work period 1896 Edit this at Wikidata–1930 Edit this at Wikidata
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    Photographs in this collection were deposited for copyright between 1899 and 1929. The works copyrighted before 1928 are now in the public domain in the United States. The copyright for the works after 1928 was not renewed, so they are also in the public domain in the US.
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