| Photostint Series 79009|
After painting by H.G. Maratta. Of the Pueblo Indians a well known writer has said: "The Pueblo are picturesque anywhere and always, but particularly in their dances, races, and other ceremonials. These are Inndians who are neither poor nor naked; Indians who feed themselves and ask no favors of Washington: Indians who have been at peace for two centuries and fixed residents for perhaps a millennium: Indians who were farmers and irrigators and six story house builders before a New World had been beaten through the thick skull of the Old. They had nearly a hundred republics in American Centuries before the American Republic was conceived." The Pueblos are located in Arizona and New Mexico.