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Native American people indigenous to the Colorado River in the Mojave Desert from "Report of an expedition down the Zuni and Colorado Rivers by Captain L. Sitgreaves ... Illustrations. (Report on ... Natural History ... by S. W. Woodhouse. Zoology: mammals and birds by S. W. Woodhouse; reptiles by E. Hallowell; fishes by S. F. Baird and C. Girard. Botany: by Professor J. Torrey. Medical report; by S. W. Woodhouse.)"

The Colorado river and Ehrenburg, Arizona.

Colorado River from Buckskin Falls

Colorado River from Buckskin Falls

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Colorado River from Buckskin Falls

The mighty torrent of the Colorado River in the Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona, U. S. A.

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

The mighty torrent of the Colorado River in the Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona, U. S. A.

The Colorado river and Ehrenburg, Arizona.

Colorado River from Buckskin Falls

The Colorado river and Ehrenburg, Arizona.

The Colorado river and Ehrenburg, Arizona.

Surprise Valley near Colorado River

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Buckskin Falls, Colorado River

Texas Coast Showing Points of Occupation of Expedition Under Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks, Novr. 1863.

Steam-boat on the Colorado River in Arizona.

Steam-boat on the Colorado River in Arizona.

Beautiful glen.

The Nu-a-gun-tits, a tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or meadows, in southwestern Nevada : Ta-noats, subchief of the Nu-a-gun-tits.

Low water.

One of the glens.

No. 3. Cañon of Kanab Wash, Colorado River, looking south.

U-in-tah Utes: met at the spring.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : group of men in full dress.

Looking up the river.

No. 4. Cañon of Kanab Wash, Colorado River, looking south.

Gate of Lodore.

No. 2. Cañon of Kanab Wash, Colorado River, looking north.

Kai-shu-imp toom-pu-wa (birch on the rock)

Cliff of the harp.

Light-house Rock.

[View down the Cañon.]

Flaming Gorge.

[Cañon] wall, boats on bank of river.

The gate of Ladore.

Mo-a-pa-rit-ats, a tribe of Indians inhabiting the valley of the Mo-a-pa River, a tributary of the Rio Virgen, a tributary in Southern Nevada : five and three are eight.

Pine Creek.

Lower Pa-ro-gunt (largest cave lake).

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : "One little, two little, three little Injuns."

Pu-ni-wu-ni Tump (the watch tower).

Birch Falls.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : women grinding.

Grotto Spring, Grand Cañon, Colorado River.

Mo-a-pa-rit-ats, a tribe of Indians inhabiting the valley of the Mo-a-pa River, a tributary of the Rio Virgen, a tributary in Southern Nevada : San-o-kuts.

U-ai nu-ints, a tribe of Indians living on the Rio Virgen, a tributary of the Colorado in Southern Utah : Mon-su and Su-vu-it.

Marble Cañon, the cañon at noon. [Empty rowboat on the banks of the river.]

Cliff of the harp.

No. 3. Bluff opposite Big Horn Camp, Black Cañon, Colorado River.

No. 9. Looking south into the Grand Cañon, Colorado River, Sheavwitz [Shivwits] Crossing.

No. 5. Colorado River, mouth of Kanab Wash, looking west.

Mary's Veil in Bullion Cañon.

Leaning tower.

No. 5. Black Cañon, Colorado River, looking above from Camp 7.

[View down the Cañon.]

Low water.

U-in-tah Utes: the elk skin tent.

The Nu-a-gun-tits, a tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or meadows, in southwestern Nevada : the old gamblers.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : Chu-ar-ru-um-peak and his friends.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : Ku-ra-tu at rest.

Black Cañon, Colorado River, looking above from Camp 7 / T.H. O'Sullivan, Phot.

The Tower

The Nu-a-gun-tits, a tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or meadows, in southwestern Nevada : Ka-ni.

A fall.

The Gate of Lodore.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : Ku-ra-tu.

The shadow.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : Ku-ra-tu.

Pu-ni-wu-ni Tump (the watch tower).

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : Ku-ra-tu.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : Won-si-vu at rest

Needle Butte.

Cataract Cañon, side cañon.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : the necklace.

U-in-tah Utes: met at the spring.

The Nu-a-gun-tits, a tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or meadows, in southwestern Nevada : Ka-ni sleeping.

The Nu-a-gun-tits, a tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or meadows, in southwestern Nevada : Ka-ni sleeping.

Columnar Basalt, Mouth of Grand Wash, Colorado River / Timothy O'Sullivan, photographer.

Low water.

Grand Canyon, looking below mouth of Diamond River, Colorado River, 1871

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : Won-si-vu and Ku-ra-tu.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : group of women in full dress.

No. 11. Grand Cañon of the Colorado River, mouth of Kanab Wash, looking west.

Green River Station, U.P.R.R.

Kai-vav-its, a tribe of Pai Utes living on the Kai-bab Plateau near the Grand Cañon of the Colorado in Northern Arizona : group of men in full dress.

No. 8. Black Cañon, Colorado River, from Camp 8, looking above.

Ashley's Falls, Red Cañon.

Grotto Spring, Grand Cañon, Colorado River.

The over-hanging wall.

Walls of lime stone.

One of the glens.

Mouth of the Narrows (looking up).

Upper falls, Bullion Cañon.

Head of Disaster Falls, Canyon of Lodore, Green River, NW Colorado.

Pa-vai-o-wits (lower lake in Lake Cañon).

The Nu-a-gun-tits, a tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or meadows, in southwestern Nevada : Ka-ni sleeping.

Reflected cliff.

Marble Cañon, the cañon at noon. [Empty rowboat on the banks of the river.]

The gate of Ladore.