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  • All fields: Hillers, John K., 1843-1925
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    • Indians of the Colorado Valley. Pile of Little Indians;

    • No. 18. Indians of the Colorado Valley. Kai-Vav-Its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Conon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Pile of Little Indians. Photographed by John K.(Jack) Hillers;
    • 19th century--Photographs; Stereoscopic views; Indians of North America--West (U.S.);
    • Views on Water Pocket Creek;

    • Views on Water Pocket Creek. This stream heads at the foot of what is known as the Great Fold, in Utah Territory, runs along its base, and empties into the Colorado River. No. 180. Photographed by John K.(Jack) Hillers;
    • 19th century--Photographs; Stereoscopic views;
    • Views on the Colorado River;

    • Views on the Colorado River. Grand Canon Series. This Canon is 217 1/2 miles in length and from 4,500 to 6,200 feet deep. The Chasm of the Colorado. No. 227. Photographed by John K.(Jack) Hillers;
    • 19th century--Photographs; Stereoscopic views;
    • Indians of the Colorado Valley. Home of An-te ro;

    • No. 113. Indians of the Colorado Valley. U-IN-TA Utes. Living in the U-in-ta Valley, on the Western Slope of the Wasatch Mountains, in Utah. Home of An-te ro. Photographed by John K.(Jack) Hillers;
    • 19th century--Photographs; Stereoscopic views; Indians of North America--West (U.S.);
    • Views on Winslow Creek;

    • Views on Winslow Creek. This stream heads on the southern slope of the Aquarius Plateau, Utah Territory, flows south and east along the slope of the Escalante Fold, and empties into the Escalante River. A Canon. No. 163. Photographed by John...
    • 19th century--Photographs; Stereoscopic views;
    • Indians of the Colorado Valley. Breaking up camp;

    • No. 77. Indians of the Colorado Valley. U-IN-TA Utes. Living in the U-in-ta Valley, on the Western Slope of the Wasatch Mountains, in Utah. Breaking Up Camp. Photographed by John K.(Jack) Hillers;
    • 19th century--Photographs; Stereoscopic views; Indians of North America--West (U.S.);
    • Indians of the Colorado Valley. Boy in the Cedar;

    • No. 107. Indians of the Colorado Valley. U-IN-TA-UTES. Living in the U-in-ta Valley, on the Western Slope of the Wasatch Mountains, in Utah. The Boy in the Cedar. Photographed by John K.(Jack) Hillers;
    • 19th century--Photographs; Stereoscopic views; Indians of North America--West (U.S.);

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