Havasupai Men in Uniform
detailsBen Wittick, Photographer Ben Wittick, Albuquerque, New Mexico inh407p.jpg IN-H-407 B&W 1501.0407.0000 inh407p Photo Card Print 5x7 Historic Photographs 1880s Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
Havasupai men in uniforms serving as Scouts for the U.S. Army at Supai Canyon in Arizona. After their military defeat by the United States, some Pai served as army scouts against their old enemies, the Yavapai and the Tonto Apache.
Conical baskets, which the Havasupai women were famed for making, are seen in the foreground, in front of the group of men.
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