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The isle of California, New Mexico, Louisiane, the river Misisipi, and the lakes of Canada.

The isle of California, New Mexico, Louisiane, the river Misisipi, and the lakes of Canada.

"Dos cargas," manner in which fuel is brought to S.F.

[Burrows laden with fodder and wood.]

[Burros and people on San Francisco Street.]

[Burros and people on San Francisco Street.]

[Mexican residents and a Burro.]

Church of Santa Cruz, the alter.

Santa Fe, church of San Miguel, the alter.

[Mesilla.]

West Las Vegas.

[American chapel of San Miguel.]

[View of an individual standing next to wooden beams that are leaning against an adobe structure.]

When shall we three meet again, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

[View of "Mexican burros" with building in the background.]

The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

The plaza.

Burrow alley, a common scene on this corner.

Cathedral de San Francisco.

[The San Miguel chapel.]

A Mexican residence.

Santa Fe, N.E. view.

"Estufa" in Taos.

[View of a cart.]

[Pack burros in Santa Fe.]

[View of Pueblo cart and ovens.]

[View of Zuni man at Pueblo.]

Pueblo woman sweeping her floor.

The back robe of an Indian child.

The back robe of an Indian child.

Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Canon de Chelle, New Mexico.

[The Indian Pueblos of Taos, N.M.]

[View from Acoma.]

View of a Tesuque Pueblo man on a burrow-drawn cart.

View of a Tesuque Pueblo man on a burrow-drawn cart.

[View of Pueblo cliff dwellings.]

Indian school at Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Pueblo village of San Fillipi, New Mexico.

Ruins of Pecos, New Mexico.

[View of Cochiti cliff dwellings.]

[Church at Pecos, N.M.]

[Handy Andy mine--tunnel, Los Cerrillos mining district.]

[Handy Andy mine--tunnel, Los Cerrillos mining district.]

[Cactus near Raton.]

[Cactus near Raton.]

Lizard of New Mexico.

[View of an award medal, surrounded by a wreath.]

[Commercial street in Albuquerque.]

[Commerical street in Albuquerque.]

[Las Vegas.]

[Raton from the west.]

[Raton from the west, showing R.R. buildings.]

[Raton from the west.]

[Raton from the east.]

Tesuque Indian making images, Tesuque, New Mexico.

[Cochiti, the painted cave, New Mexico.]

[Group of men in front of a log cabin.]

[Navajo church rock.]

The Indian Puebla of La Guna, New Mexico.

Cathedral at Albuquerque, New Mexico.

San Juan, interior of church.

[View of Cochiti cliff dwellings.]

[Church at Pecos, N.M.]

[Water carriers]

Mesilla.

[American chapel of San Miguel.]

Apache Indians of New Mexico.

Pueblo woman carrying water.

Pueblo woman carrying water.

Preparing to attack Indians in New Mexico.

Ruins of Pecos, New Mexico.

Ruins of Pecos, New Mexico.

[Raton tunnel on the A.T. & S.F. R.R. N.M.]

[Raton tunnel on the A.T. & S.F. R.R. N.M.]

[Natural bridge near Raton.]

A.T. & S.Fe R.R., the devil's throne, Los Carrillos, N.M.

A visit to Los Cerrillos mining district, "home made shaft," "millionares in it".

A visit to Los Cerrillos mining district, "home made shaft," "millionares in it".

Surveying party on French creek.

[Group of men near a mine shaft.]

[Bear Creek canyon.]

A.T. & S.Fe R.R., Raton summit, altitude 6,688 feet.

A.T. & S.Fe R.R., among the summits at Levy station.

Group of cowboys, New Mexico, U.S.A.

Santa Fe, N.E. view.

["Dos Cargas," two loads.]

["Dos Cargas," two loads.]

[Burros in Albuquerque.]

[Burros in Albuquerque.]

[Raton from the east.]

Pueblo Indian children of New Mexico.

[Raton from the east.]

[Burrow-drawn buggy, Las Vegas.]

[Burrow-drawn buggy, Las Vegas.]

[Las Vegas.]

[The oldest house in Santa Fe.]

[The oldest house in Santa Fe.]

A Mexican residence.

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