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mono indians up close by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

mono indians up close by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

Yosemite Native Lena Brown holding baby in Mono Paiute basket by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

Yosemite Native Lena Brown holding baby in Mono Paiute basket by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

monos up close by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

monos up close by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

The Yosemite Native Americans - Maggie Tabuce Howard in Yosemite Valley by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr:

The Yosemite Native Americans - Maggie Tabuce Howard in Yosemite Valley by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr:

Yosemite Indian early photos - Sadie McGowan - Paiute Indian, Yosemite California ca. 1900 by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

Yosemite Indian early photos - Sadie McGowan - Paiute Indian, Yosemite California ca. 1900 by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

Yosemite - Mono Lake Paiute Taboose Howard on Cover of Yosemite Indians by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

Yosemite - Mono Lake Paiute Taboose Howard on Cover of Yosemite Indians by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

Yosemite Indian history - Bridgeport Tom and Family in Yosemite Valley - Paiute Indian people by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

Yosemite Indian history - Bridgeport Tom and Family in Yosemite Valley - Paiute Indian people by Yosemite Native American, via Flickr

U.S. Representative Carter (Cherokee), 1911  by Marquette University Archives, via Flickr

U.S. Representative Carter (Cherokee), 1911 by Marquette University Archives, via Flickr

Yosemite mother & child-Cradles, of openwork basketry were woven and then covered with deer skin for carrying the papoose. The Yosemite Indians referred to this device as a "hickey".   Special ornately designed baskets were woven specifically for use in wedding and dance ceremonies.

Yosemite mother & child-Cradles, of openwork basketry were woven and then covered with deer skin for carrying the papoose. The Yosemite Indians referred to this device as a "hickey". Special ornately designed baskets were woven specifically for use in wedding and dance ceremonies.

Zuni Man New Mexico Native People Photogravure, via Flickr.

Zuni Man New Mexico Native People Photogravure, via Flickr.

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