View of the Pueblo
Title:
View of the Pueblo
Laguna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Old Caretta Pueblo
Title:
Old Caretta Pueblo
Laguna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The picturesque pueblo of Laguna lies 66 miles west of Albuquerque on the Sante Fe. It was founded in 1699 by refugee Indians from Acoma, Zuni and Cochiti. Several great battles were fought here in early days with the Navahos and Apaches.



View of Pueblo
Title:
View of Pueblo
Laguna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1934 Mar-12


Grinding Corn, Pueble of Laguna, N.M
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Grinding Corn, Pueble of Laguna, N.M
Laguna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1915 Apr-1



Pueblo of Laguna
Title:
Pueblo of Laguna
Laguna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1912 Apr-13

Description:
Laguna is the youngest of the New Mexico pueblos, being founded in 1699. It is 66 miles west of Albuquerque. Few tourists know that the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico own 900,000 acres of land and since the Treaty of Guadeloupe Hidalgo in 1848 have been full citizens of the United States, maintaining their own forms of government. The Pueblo Indians are an intelligent, industrious and independent race


The Church
Title:
The Church
Laguna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Laguna is 66 miles west of Albuquerque and has a population of about 1200. It is the youngest of the New Mexican Pueblos, its population being originally recruited from Acoma, Zuni and Cochiti in 1699. It is a point of departure for the pueblo of Acoma which lies fourteen miles distant on the South Detroit Publishing Co



Laguna Pueblo
Title:
Laguna Pueblo
Laguna Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located in the heart of New Mexico, on Highway Route 66 near Grants. Laguna is one of eighteen pueblos in the state, still occupied with much the same existence as they have been for hundreds of years.


Old Carreta
Title:
Old Carreta
Laguna Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Old Carreta
Title:
Old Carreta
Laguna Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The picturesque pueblo of Laguna lies 66 miles west of Albuquerque, on the Santa Fe. It was founded in 1699 by refugee Indians from Acoma, Zuni and Cochiti. Several great battles were fought here in early days with the Navahos and Apaches. A Wagon road leads south to the Enchanted Mesa and Acoma.


Old Carreta
Title:
Old Carreta
Laguna Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The picturesque pueblo of Laguna lies 66 miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on the Santa Fe. It was founded in 1699 by refugee Indians from Acoma, Zuni and Cochiti. It was called by the Spaniards, San Josef de la Laguna. Several great battles were fought here in early days with the Navahos and Apaches. The Laguna Indians also occupy several smaller villages near by-Paquate, Negra, Encinal and Casa Blanca. Perched on a high rock near the railroad track, Laguna today is a peaceful village of one thousand Indian pottery makers, farmers, sheep-owners and their families. A wagon road leads south to the Enchanted Mesa and Acoma.



Old Carreta, M
Title:
Old Carreta, M
Laguna Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Laguna Pueblo
Title:
Laguna Pueblo
Laguna Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
45 miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, is composed of several Indian villages, each of which celebrates its own feast day. Old Laguna, shown here, celebrates St. Joseph's Day on Sept. 19 with a fair that draws both Pueblo and Navajo peoples from around New Mexico and Arizona. Laguna Pueblo is the largest of the Keres Indian groups.



Lo-Lee-Ta, Publo Girl
Title:
Lo-Lee-Ta, Publo Girl
Laguna New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1937 Jun-19

Description:
The Pueblo Indian - "They are picturesque anywhere and always but particularly in their dances, races and other ceremonies. These are Indians 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 millenium and who were farmers and irrigators and six-story house builders before a New World had been beaten through the thick skull of the Old World". Laguna is sixty-six miles west of Albuquerque, N.M




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