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Plano de la playa de miel a 10 leguas a sotauento de Pta. Maysi y puerto y pueblo de Baracoa en el qe. serenuen los practicos para enbocar la canal vieja los Navios qe. pasan de[?] Europa para el puerto de la Havana y donde se proveen de carnes y yirutas ella tiene palmas ebanas granadillo /

Mapa de una parte del Rio Yapura : comprehendida desde su entrada en el Rio Marañon por su boca mas occidental hasta el pueblo de San Antonio de Maripi /

Mapa de una parte del Rio Yapurá : comprehendida desde la boca del Caño de Avatiparána immediata al pueblo de Maripi hasta la boca del Rio Apaporis proxima al Salto de Cupati /

Drum

Plano geométrico de los terrenos comprehendidos entre Monseñ, Pla de las Arenas, Coll del Buch, Pueblo de Espinelbas y Viladrau

Croquis del castillo y pueblo de San Lucar de Guadiana

Plano Ydeal del Pueblo del Puelo y sus inmediaciones (en el Principado de Asturias) en cuyo terreno tubo lugar, la acción del 18 de Marzo del presente año

Croquis del Pueblo Castillos de Ayamonte

Plano Geometrico de las Yslas Medas que manifiesta su situacion con respecto al Cap de la Barra y Pueblo de Estardid, Obras provisionales de defensa y civiles que se han executado, como igualmente un proyecto de la fortificacion estable que puede adaptarse, con la idea de un plan de Poblacion y tres proyectos para unir las dos Yslas con el objeto de forma un Puerto que proporcione la posible seguridad a las embarcaciones

Croquis de la villa de Padron : visto del punto A distante del Pueblo como medio tiro de Cañon de a 4... ; Croquis de la Villa de Caldas : situada en un llano, vista desde el punto A, cuia altura dista Villa, un tiro de Cañon del Calibre de a 4...

Croquis del terreno que se halla a las in mediaciones de Ybi a distancia de media legua de él, en que se manifiesta la situación de las tropas que atacaron adicho Pueblo, en el dia 21, de Julio de 1812, executado por el 1 Ayudante de E.M. que firma, segun los Reconocimiento que hizo en la acción

Plano Topografico de los Terrenos comprehendidos entre Monsen, Pla de las Arenas, Coll de Buch, Pueblo de Espinelbas y Viladrau

[Plano Geometrico de las Yslas Medas que manifiesta su situación con respecto al Cap de la Barra y Pueblo de Estartid, Obras provisionales de defensa y civiles qu e se han executado, como igualmente un proyecto de lafortificación estable que puede adaptarse con la idea de un plano de Población y tres proyectos para unir las dos Yslas con el Objeto de formar un puerto que proporcione la posible seguridad á las embarcaciones]

Declaration del Pueblo de Tejas, reunido enconvencion general ... En la imprenta de Baker y Bordens, San Feline de Austin 7 de Noviembre de 1835.

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

View of Pueblo dwelling.

[View of Pueblo cart and ovens.]

[View of Zuni man at Pueblo.]

Pueblo village of San Fillipi, New Mexico.

View of Pueblo dwelling.

Pueblo woman sweeping her floor.

[View of Pueblo cliff dwellings.]

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

Pueblo Indian children of New Mexico.

Pueblo woman carrying water.

The little darlings, Pueblo Tesuque Indian children.

Pueblo woman carrying water.

[Pueblo architecture in Santa Fe.]

[Group of Indians at the Pueblo of San Juan, N.M.]

[View of Pueblo cliff dwellings.]

Pueblo woman sweeping her floor.

The Indian Pueblo of La Guna, New Mexico.

Pueblo of San Juan.

Pueblo, Colorado, U.S.A.

[Ruined pueblo of the Pecos.]

The Tesuque Indians, Pueblo.

The Indian Pueblo of La Guna, New Mexico.

Pueblo woman balancing a pot on her head.

Pueblo of Cochiti, New Mexico.

[Pueblo architecture in Santa Fe.]

Pueblo of San Juan.

Pueblo of Cochiti, New Mexico.

[Group of Indians at the Pueblo of San Juan, N.M.]

Pueblo, Colorado, U.S.A.

Pueblo village of San Fillipi, New Mexico.

The largest cottonwood tree in Colorado, Fifth Street, South Pueblo.

South side of the Pueblo at Taos.

[View of two Zuni individuals in front of Pueblo.]

South side of the Pueblo at Taos.

[Ruined pueblo of the Pecos.]

[View of Zuni man at Pueblo.]

The Tesuque Indians, Pueblo.

The little darlings, Pueblo Tesuque Indian children.

Pueblo of Cochiti, New Mexico.

Indian homes at the Pueblo of San Juan.

The largest cottonwood tree in Colorado, Fifth Street, South Pueblo.

Pueblo woman balancing a pot on her head.

Indian homes at the Pueblo of San Juan.

Pueblo of Cochiti, New Mexico.

Pueblo Indian girls.

A Pueblo woman sweeping her floor.

Pueblo Indian girls.

A Pueblo woman sweeping her floor.

[View of two Zuni individuals in front of Pueblo.]

Pueblo Indian children of New Mexico.

[View of Pueblo cart and ovens.]

El pueblo de Ixtacalco, 1869 = Le village d'Ixtacalco = The vilage [sic] of Ixtacalco.

Al pueblo Amricano ... Nueva York 3 de Enero de 1870.

No. 18. Old Mission Church, Zuni pueblo, N. M.

No. 19. Section of south side of Zuni pueblo, N. M.

No. 17. Indian pueblo, Zuni, N. M.

Group of Zuni Indian "braves," at their pueblo, N.M.

Gardens surrounding the Indian pueblo of Zuni.

Group of Zuni Indian "braves," at their pueblo, N.M.

Indian pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Indian pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Group of Zuni Indian "braves," at their pueblo, N.M.

Indian pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Gardens surrounding the Indian pueblo of Zuni.

Gardens surrounding the Indian pueblo of Zuni.

Gardens surrounding the Indian pueblo of Zuni.

Gardens surrounding the Indian pueblo of Zuni.

Group of Zuni Indian "braves," at their pueblo, N.M.

Group of Zuni Indian "braves," at their pueblo, N.M.

Group of Zuni Indian "braves," at their pueblo, N.M.

Indian pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Indian pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Group of Zuni Indian "braves," at their pueblo, N.M.

Indian pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Indian pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Group of Zuni Indian "braves," at their pueblo, N.M.

Group of Zuni "Indian Braves," at their Pueblo, N.M.

Gardens surrounding the Indian pueblo of Zuni.

Indian pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.

Ruins in ancient pueblo of San Juan, Colorado [i.e. New Mexico] / T. H. O'Sullivan, phot.

Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of the Cañon Largo. The present race of Indians know nothing of when or by whom these buildings were constructed. The ruin is about 850 feet square, and built of natural stone, joined together by a mud cement.

Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of the Cañon Largo. The present race of Indians know nothing of when or by whom these buildings were constructed. The ruin is about 850 feet square, and built of natural stone, joined together by a mud cement.

Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of the Cañon Largo. The present race of Indians know nothing of when or by whom these buildings were constructed. The ruin is about 850 feet square, and built of natural stone, joined together by a mud cement.

Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of the Cañon Largo. The present race of Indians know nothing of when or by whom these buildings were constructed. The ruin is about 850 feet square, and built of natural stone, joined together by a mud cement.

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