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Native American Pueblos and Mission Period Southwest

SS-106 SW Native American N. M. #2: Acoma and Laguna Pueblos, Ranchos de Taos [20]

Acoma Pueblo - Sky City

1.Site

2.Mission

3.Pueblo Dwelling with Ladder

4.Adobe Staircase

5.Woman making mud bricks

6.School

7.Handprints contemporary pictograph

8.Ceremonial Ladder

9.Horno (kiln)

10.Joyce Leno's Pink Adobe House (potter family)

11.Ancient staircase hewn into rock

12.Village

13.Village

14.Village

Laguna Pueblo

15.Overview

16.Overview

Ranchos de Taos

17.Church of St. Francis Adobe

18.Church of St. Francis, rear

19.Church of St. Francis, entrance and gateway

20.Church of St. Francis, window

 

Set SS-112: Churches and Missions of New Mexico [20]

1. Acoma Pueblo, Distant view of San Esteban del Rey 1629-1640

2. Las Trampas, La Iglesia de San Jose de Garcia 1760, 3/4 view from SW

3. Las Trampas, La Iglesia de San Jose de Garcia 1760, gate and façade

4. Las Trampas, La Iglesia de San Jose de Garcia 1760, façade

5. Las Trampas, La Iglesia de San Jose de Garcia 1760, detail entrance with paint and carving

6. Las Trampas, La Iglesia de San Jose de Garcia 1760, interior view toward altar

7. Las Trampas, La Iglesia de San Jose de Garcia 1760, interior detail of painted altar

8. Chimayo, Santo Nino Chapel, bell tower and façade

9. Chimayo, Sanctuario del Senor de Esquipulas, c.1814, frontal view with gate

10. Chimayo, Sanctuario del Senor de Esquipulas, c.1814, adobe wall and gate

11. Chimayo, Sanctuario del Senor de Esquipulas, c.1814, façade and courtyard

12. Chimayo, Sanctuario del Senor de Esquipulas, c.1814, towers

13. Ranchos de Taos, St. Francis de Assisi [San Francisco de Asis], late 1700s, wooden crucifix with name and façade

14. Ranchos de Taos, St. Francis de Assisi [San Francisco de Asis], late 1700s, 3/4 view from NE

15. Ranchos de Taos, St. Francis de Assisi [San Francisco de Asis], late 1700s, detail upper part of façade

16. Taos Pueblo, St. Jerome [San Geronimo], after 1847, façade

17. Taos Pueblo, St. Jerome [San Geronimo], after 1847, detail upper façade

18. San Ildefonso Pueblo, Mission Church, burnt in 1696; rebuilt 1968, gate and façade

19. San Ildefonso Pueblo, Mission Church, burnt in 1696; rebuilt 1968, façade with cemetery in foreground

20. San Ildefonso Pueblo, Mission Church, burnt 1696; rebuilt 1968, 3/4 view and cemetery in foreground

 

Set SS -114: Taos Pueblo New Mexico [20]

1. Taos Pueblo, North House, 1700s, whole from SE toward sacred peaks behind, plaza in foreground

2. Taos Pueblo, North House, 1700s, closer view

3. Taos Pueblo, North House, 1700s, view from NE

4. Taos Pueblo, North House, 1700s, detail

5. Taos Pueblo, North House, 1700s, with Taos Pueblo Indians in native costumes for World Heritage Site dances

6. Taos Pueblo, North House, 1700s, with Taos Pueblo Indians in native costumes for World Heritage Site dances

7. Taos Pueblo, North House, 1700s, with Taos Pueblo Indian in Eagle Dancer costume climbing ladder

8. Taos Pueblo, North House, detail, house with hornos, ladders

9. Taos Pueblo, North, house with turquoise door and ladder

10. Taos Pueblo, North, detail house with adobe buttress, wall and ladder

11. Taos Pueblo, North, detail of house with hornos and sacred peaks behind

12. Taos Pueblo, South, detail of house with horno

13. Taos Pueblo, St. Jerome [San Geronimo], after 1847, 3/4 view from rear

14. Taos Pueblo, St. Jerome [San Geronimo], after 1847, Gateway detail

15. Taos Pueblo, St. Jerome [San Geronimo], after 1847, façade seen through gateway

16. Taos Pueblo, St. Jerome [San Geronimo], after 1847, façade

17. Taos Pueblo, Kiva area with ladder

18. Taos Pueblo, Cemetery Gate

19. Taos Pueblo, Cemetery with ruins of old Mission Church of San Geronimo de Taos 1619, in background

20. Taos Pueblo, Cemetery with ruins of old Mission Church of San Geronimo de Taos 1619

 

Set SS 111 Mission Churches of Southern Arizona: San Xavier del Bac, San Jose de Tumacacori [12]

Mission San Xavier del Bac 1783-1797

1.Façade

2.Detail of façade, upper Retablo and towers

3.Detail, statues in niche

4.Detail, lion head embedded in circuit wall

Mission Church of San Jose de Tumacacori dedicated 1822

5.Façade through arcade of courtyard

6.Façade from across courtyard with millstones in foreground

7.Façade of Church and Baptistery, close view

8.Façade of Church, whole close view of portal

9.3/4 View of Church and Baptistery

10.Grave behind church with detail of Mortuary Chapel

11.Mortuary Chapel

12.Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

 

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