Indian couple at Cochiti Pueblo, ca. 1900. The woman wears a woolen manta, a woven belt, a shawl, and buckskin puttee moccasins. The man wears a cotton shirt, fringed leather pants, and a machine-made woolen blanket over his shoulder. Their silver jewelry was made by Navajo Indians and obtained by trade or barter. The family's blankets and extra clothing are draped over a pole suspended from the ceiling of their house.