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Playing jubare on the road between Rokachiki and Basihuare (see Item 92036). The three men in Slides 47-48 are: Mariano Sawarare (foreground), Noris Akigochi (midground), and Juanito Lirio (background). The woman in Slide 49 is unidentified. Mariano throws with his left arm because he was born without a right hand. The men's dress is typical of the Rejogochi area: three-point sandals with tire rubber soles (see Item 92075) or barefooted; two-piece

1975

35mm slide: 19720

3432

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A woman's race with sticks and hoops (see Items 92044-92048). Two racers can be seen in the foreground of this slide. The women in the background are spectators.

35mm slide: 19721

3433

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An unidentified man, a wikaraame or 'chanter', performing a ritual called tutuguri before an altar in front of the Basihuare church. The gourd rattle he shakes in his right hand is comparable to Item 92041. He wears his chiniki (see Item 92080) in the style used by wikaraame: under the right arm and over the left shoulder. The women in the background are relaxing and preparing food; they are cooking meat, probably beef chunks, in metal drums to be

35mm slide: 19722

3434

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An unidentified man, a wikaraame or 'chanter', performing a ritual called tutuguri before an altar in front of the Basihuare church. The gourd rattle he shakes in his right hand is comparable to Item 92041. He wears his chiniki (see Item 92080) in the style used by wikaraame: under the right arm and over the left shoulder. The women in the background are relaxing and preparing food; they are cooking meat, probably beef chunks, in metal drums to be

35mm slide: 19723

3435

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Two crosses comparable to Item 92040 erected during a fiesta in Basihuare. Each cross has a job's tears necklace with attached crucifix hung over its cross arm. Leaning against the left cross is a white banner which is waved at various times during the fiesta by the piestero, or sponsor, of the fiesta and then passed on by him to the person who will sponsor the same fiesta the following year. In Slide 55, Chabela Bitibachi carries a metal bucket of

35mm slide: 19724

3436

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Two crosses comparable to Item 92040 erected during a fiesta in Basihuare. Each cross has a job's tears necklace with attached crucifix hung over its cross arm. Leaning against the left cross is a white banner which is waved at various times during the fiesta by the piestero, or sponsor, of the fiesta and then passed on by him to the person who will sponsor the same fiesta the following year. In Slide 55, Chabela Bitibachi carries a metal bucket of

35mm slide: 19725

3437

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Two crosses comparable to Item 92040 erected during a fiesta in Basihuare. Each cross has a job's tears necklace with attached crucifix hung over its cross arm. Leaning against the left cross is a white banner which is waved at various times during the fiesta by the piestero, or sponsor, of the fiesta and then passed on by him to the person who will sponsor the same fiesta the following year. In Slide 55, Chabela Bitibachi carries a metal bucket of

35mm slide: 19726

3438

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Offering food to God in front of the Basihuare church, probably on Palm Sunday. To the far left foreground of the slide can be seen several swords decorated with white and red paint leaning against the board on which the food is placed. These swords are carried by the pariseo 'Pharisees' during the Easter season (the men with white paint daubed on their faces are pariseo). Items 92037-92039 are swords made by children in imitation of these swords.

35mm slide: 19727

3439

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Carved jade ornaments.

35mm slide: 865

344

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Mirales Sitanachi playing violin (see Item 92057) and (Slide 60 only) Ernesto Okosatare playing guitar for matachin dancers in front of the Basihuare church.

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19730

3442

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Mirales Sitanachi playing violin (see Item 92057) and (Slide 60 only) Ernesto Okosatare playing guitar for matachin dancers in front of the Basihuare church.

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19731

3443

Full Record: x-3444/3444

Matachin dancers in midground; musicians seated on bench in front of dancers. This group is located across the creek in front of the "Estacion" in Basihuare.

c. 1965

35mm slide: 19732

3444

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Matachin dancers on the road between the church and the "Estacion", below the cave at Sowetare, in Basihuare. The musicians can be seen in Slide 63 behind the dancers.

c. 1972

35mm slide: 19733

3445

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Matachin dancers on the road between the church and the "Estacion", below the cave at Sowetare, in Basihuare. The musicians can be seen in Slide 63 behind the dancers.

c. 1972

35mm slide: 19734

3446

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Matachin dancers on the patio in front of the Basihuare church. Pariseo swords (see Items 92037-92039 and the explanation for Slides 57-58) are leaning against the raised plan to the left of the crosses behind the dancers.

c. 1977

35mm slide: 19735

3447

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Marcial Watageachi as a matachin dancer.

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19736

3448

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Tranquilino Kapirachi as a matachin dancer.

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19737

3449

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Pyrite-incrusted plaque with carved back. The drawing is correct in showing six curved elements upon the altar although in the photograph three appear, because of the direction from which the light falls it appears to be but four.

35mm slide: 866

345

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Chon Umira as a matachin dancer.

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19738

3450

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Matachin dancers in front of the "Estacion" in Basihuare. The dancers are, from left to right, Cornelio Okosatare, Tranquilino Kapirachi, Carmelo Juarez (?), unidentified, Chon Umira, Nacho Leon, and Agustin Duran. (The matachin paraphernalia in the collection, Items 92049-92051, together with the matachin doll, Item 92089, were purchased from Agustin Duran).

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19739

3451

Full Record: x-3456/3456

Irene Bakeachi (wife of Nacho Rewichurachi) wearing glass bead necklaces (see Item 92074) and a koyera (see Items 92083-92084). She uses a safety pin here to close the neck of her blouse but many women in the Rejogochi area attach safety pins to their blouses as ornaments.

35mm slide: 19744

3456

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Wife of Pedro Morales of Yamuko. Her earrings (elali) are comparable to Item 92073. Her headband (koyera) is similar to Items 92083-92084 but it appears that she has wrapped a red ribbon around it. The collector did not observe any headbands with ribbons wrapped around them during his residence in Rejogochi between 1977 and 1979. She uses her shawl (chiniki; see Item 92080) to support something that she is carrying on her back. Photograph taken n

c. 1970

35mm slide: 19745

3457

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Graciana Rejogochi (wife of Mariano Sawarare) at a maize beer drinking party at the rancho called Bitibachi, in the Rejogochi valley. Her clothing is typical of that of Rejogochi women. Her earrings are comparable to Item 92073; her woven belt (see in Slide 77) is similar to woven belts in the collection (see Items 27003-27007).

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19746

3458

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Graciana Rejogochi (wife of Mariano Sawarare) at a maize beer drinking party at the rancho called Bitibachi, in the Rejogochi valley. Her clothing is typical of that of Rejogochi women. Her earrings are comparable to Item 92073; her woven belt (see in Slide 77) is similar to woven belts in the collection (see Items 27003-27007).

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19747

3459

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Objects of obsidian.

35mm slide: 867

346

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A group of unidentified women sewing. Their dress is typical for the Rejogochi area. Photograph taken near Basihuare.

35mm slide: 19749

3461

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Playing jubare on the road between Rokachiki and Basihuare (see item 92036). The three men in slides 47-48 are: Mariano Sawarare (foreground), Noris Akigochi (midground), and Juanito Lirio (background). The woman in Slide 49 is unidentified. Mariano throws with his left arm because he was born without a right hand. The men's dress is typical for the Rejogochi area; three-point sandals with tire rubber soles (see item 92075) or barefooted; two-piec

c. 1975

35mm slide: 19750

3462

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Photo of a female chimp using a tool to crack nuts.

2000

35mm slide: 19751

3463

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Mound before excavation. Mound B, looking east from Mound A the length of the football field, 1936. In center foreground excavations outlining the foundations of a small structure that had been almost completely razed in leveling the field. Here was found a large frog effigy of pumic. At left the Guatemala-Mexico highway.

35mm slide: 868

347

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Photo of a two chimpanzees, a mother and baby

35mm slide: 19760

3472

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Photo of a chimpanzee using tools to crack nuts.

35mm slide: 19762

3474

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Metates. Small three-legged metates with accompanying manos; standard articles of tomb furniture. Finely vesicular gray lava.

35mm slide: 869

348

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Plano-relief decorated tripod.

35mm slide: 870

349

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West Coast Indian Baskets from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Series (SITES). Short view, 4 baskets.

1980

35mm slide: 18049

35

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Mission San Luis. Display case describes and illustrates "The Apalachee Indians" at Mission San Luis. Includes artifacts and artifact illustrations, and ethnohistoric illustrations of people and structures.

[Photo by Richard I. Ford]

circa March 1996

35mm slide: 31792

35034

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Mission San Luis. "Two Cultures" includes artifacts and illustrations with text, documenting the interaction of Spanish settlers and Apalachee people at Mission San Luis.

[Photograph by Richard I. Ford]

circa March 1996

35mm slide: 31796

35038

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Mission San Luis. "Fort San Luis" display contains illustrations of the fort, artifacts, and facsimile of an historic document with transcription

[Photograph by Richard I. Ford]

circa March 1996

35mm slide: 31799

35041

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Maring villagers outside their hut

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32022

35264

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Maring villagers getting ready for a ceremony or dance

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32023

35265

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Maring woman wearing traditional decorations

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32024

35266

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Maring villagers with traditional dress

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32025

35267

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Maring man painting a shield

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32026

35268

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Maring villagers sitting in front of their house

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32027

35269

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Maring villagers

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32028

35270

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Maring villagers

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32029

35271

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Maring villager

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32030

35272

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Maring villagers

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32031

35273

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Maring man with head dress, nose plug and necklace

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32032

35274

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Maring men performing a dance or ceremony

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32033

35275

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Maring men performing a dance or ceremony

circa May 1972

35mm slide: 32034

35276