No. 1905. View of Me-Shong-An-Avah. Views in the Canons of the Colorado River and among the Aztec Cities of Arizona. Showing houses three and four stories high. This town is built above the valley some 1200 feet. Its inhabitants number about 350....
No. 1908. Distant View of Monqui. Showing sheep-pens in foreground under the cliff. In the distance is the valley, in which they herd their sheep and raise a very inferior quality of corn. Photographed by E.O. Beaman;
No. 1907. The Outer Walls of Moqui. Showing entrance to Kevah[sic] and ladders by which the people ascend to their houses. Views in the Canons of the Colorado River and among the Aztec Cities of Arizona. Photographed by E.O. Beaman;
The Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the mouth of Kanab Creek. The river has here cut its channel about 3,500 feet below the general level of the country. (F.64.) Expedition of 1872. Photographed by William Bell;
No. 28. Expedition of 1873. Navajo boys and Squaw, in front of the quarters at old Fort Defiance, N.M., now unoccupied by troops. The agency for the Navajos is located here. T.H. O'Sullivan, Photographed by Geo. M. Wheeler. Expedition of 1873;
19th century--Photographs; Stereoscopic views; Indians of North America--West (U.S.);
No. 35. The Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap Valley. A view of the south wall of the gorge, as seen from the opposite side. (F.79.). Expedition of 1872. Photographed by William Bell;