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Category:US National Archives series: Classified Files of the Extension and Credit Office, compiled 1931 - 1946
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1 Navajo workers building road through Tohatchi Canyon. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298587.tif ✓ Done
2 Some of the difficulties of travel into the interior of the reservation. Wide creeks and washes are encountered quite... - NARA - 298588.tif
3 One big storm and an ordinary bridge is gone. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298589.tif
4 John G. Hunter, superintendant. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298590.tif
5 Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298591.tif
6 Temporary Indian camp. Note, Indian woman spinning wool. Also balls of yarn prepared for blanket weaving in... - NARA - 298583.tif
7 The above picture illustrates bothe the summer and winter hogan of the type most common on Southern Navajo... - NARA - 298584.tif
8 Navajo farm home. Taken from the corn field. Corn crop in the foreground. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298585.tif ✓ Done
9 The evolution of the Navajo Hogan, Left to right. The very old hogan. A later style, a few of which are still in use.... - NARA - 298586.tif
10 A native dye blanket. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298592.tif ✓ Done
11 A native dye auto seat throw or small blanket. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298593.tif ✓ Done
12 Showing Navajo women weaving one of the very large rugs for which Southern Navajo (Ganado district) Indians are... - NARA - 298594.tif ✓ Done
13 A commercial dye rug, the design of which shows a strong influence of the sand paintings. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298595.tif ✓ Done
14 Navajos shearing their sheep. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298596.tif ✓ Done
15 Navajos raise the sheep which supply wool from which they weave blankets and rugs. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298597.tif ✓ Done
16 Carding wool to be used in Navajo Indian rug weaving. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298598.tif
17 Spinning wool into yarn to be used in Navajo rug weaving. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298599.tif ✓ Done
18 Dyeing wool for Navajo Indian rugs. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298600.tif ✓ Done
19 Navajo Indian rug weaver with partially completed rug in loom. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298601.tif ✓ Done
20 Indian cattle sale held at the Fort Hall stockyards - NARA - 298561.tif
21 Fuel stored for winter at the Fort Hall Reservation. It is stored this way to keep it out of the snow and to keep it... - NARA - 298562.tif
22 Photo of Shoshotse, an elderly man, who fams forty acres. He had 10 acres of spirng wheat, 2 acres of winter wheat, 5... - NARA - 298563.tif
23 Shoshotse stacking his grain with the help of his neighbors and others. - NARA - 298564.tif
24 Ft. Hall and Bannock Creek cattle sale at Ft. Hall - NARA - 298565.tif
25 Ft. Hall and Bannock Creek cattle sale at Ft. Hall - NARA - 298566.tif
26 Leon Calico, president Indian Potato Growers' Assn., and largest Indian potato grower on Fort Hall reservation, in... - NARA - 298567.tif
27 Foreman R.W. Dixey leading his cricket fighters to the charge. - NARA - 298568.tif
28 Bingham County R. F. C. workers dusting crickets in the Lincoln Creek section. - NARA - 298569.tif
29 Sagebrush loaded with "Mormon" crickets, killed by poison dust. - NARA - 298570.tif
30 Fresh beef becomes dried beef at Fort Hall - NARA - 298571.tif
31 Native resources are utilized at Fort Hall - NARA - 298572.tif
32 Commencing beef drying operations at Fort Hall - NARA - 298573.tif
33 Branding SCP cattle in stock yards at Fort Hall - NARA - 298574.tif
34 Peter Jim and his "work boys" brand and vaccinate their own cattle. - NARA - 298575.tif
35 Henry Blackhawk, a new cow-man, looks for a hard winter - NARA - 298576.tif
36 The Broncho boys, largest cattle outfit on reservation, put up a lot of hay with a little effort. Fort Hall Bottoms. - NARA - 298577.tif
37 This turkey rearing and feeding project was carried out by a full-blood Indian, Lucy Johnson, under the supervision... - NARA - 298578.tif
38 The advantage of a balance pation properly fed were fully demonstrated. Quality brought a profitable premium in the... - NARA - 298579.tif ✓ Done
39 Navajo workers building road through Tohatchi Canyon. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298587.jpg
40 Some of the difficulties of travel into the interior of the reservation. Wide creeks and washes are encountered quite... - NARA - 298588.jpg
41 One big storm and an ordinary bridge is gone. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298589.jpg
42 John G. Hunter, superintendant. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298590.jpg
43 Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298591.jpg
44 Temporary Indian camp. Note, Indian woman spinning wool. Also balls of yarn prepared for blanket weaving in... - NARA - 298583.jpg
45 The above picture illustrates bothe the summer and winter hogan of the type most common on Southern Navajo... - NARA - 298584.jpg
46 Navajo farm home. Taken from the corn field. Corn crop in the foreground. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298585.jpg
47 The evolution of the Navajo Hogan, Left to right. The very old hogan. A later style, a few of which are still in use.... - NARA - 298586.jpg
48 A native dye blanket. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298592.jpg
49 A native dye auto seat throw or small blanket. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298593.jpg
50 Showing Navajo women weaving one of the very large rugs for which Southern Navajo (Ganado district) Indians are... - NARA - 298594.jpg
51 A commercial dye rug, the design of which shows a strong influence of the sand paintings. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298595.jpg ✓ Done
52 Navajos shearing their sheep. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298596.jpg ✓ Done
53 Navajos raise the sheep which supply wool from which they weave blankets and rugs. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298597.jpg
54 Carding wool to be used in Navajo Indian rug weaving. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298598.jpg
55 Spinning wool into yarn to be used in Navajo rug weaving. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298599.jpg
56 Dyeing wool for Navajo Indian rugs. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298600.jpg
57 Navajo Indian rug weaver with partially completed rug in loom. Southern Navajo Agency, 1933 - NARA - 298601.jpg
58 Indian cattle sale held at the Fort Hall stockyards - NARA - 298561.jpg
59 Fuel stored for winter at the Fort Hall Reservation. It is stored this way to keep it out of the snow and to keep it... - NARA - 298562.jpg
60 Photo of Shoshotse, an elderly man, who fams forty acres. He had 10 acres of spirng wheat, 2 acres of winter wheat, 5... - NARA - 298563.jpg
61 Shoshotse stacking his grain with the help of his neighbors and others. - NARA - 298564.jpg ✓ Done
62 Ft. Hall and Bannock Creek cattle sale at Ft. Hall - NARA - 298565.jpg
63 Ft. Hall and Bannock Creek cattle sale at Ft. Hall - NARA - 298566.jpg
64 Leon Calico, president Indian Potato Growers' Assn., and largest Indian potato grower on Fort Hall reservation, in... - NARA - 298567.jpg
65 Foreman R.W. Dixey leading his cricket fighters to the charge. - NARA - 298568.jpg
66 Bingham County R. F. C. workers dusting crickets in the Lincoln Creek section. - NARA - 298569.jpg
67 Sagebrush loaded with "Mormon" crickets, killed by poison dust. - NARA - 298570.jpg
68 Fresh beef becomes dried beef at Fort Hall - NARA - 298571.jpg
69 Native resources are utilized at Fort Hall - NARA - 298572.jpg
70 Commencing beef drying operations at Fort Hall - NARA - 298573.jpg
71 Branding SCP cattle in stock yards at Fort Hall - NARA - 298574.jpg
72 Peter Jim and his "work boys" brand and vaccinate their own cattle. - NARA - 298575.jpg
73 Henry Blackhawk, a new cow-man, looks for a hard winter - NARA - 298576.jpg
74 The Broncho boys, largest cattle outfit on reservation, put up a lot of hay with a little effort. Fort Hall Bottoms. - NARA - 298577.jpg
75 This turkey rearing and feeding project was carried out by a full-blood Indian, Lucy Johnson, under the supervision... - NARA - 298578.jpg
76 The advantage of a balance pation properly fed were fully demonstrated. Quality brought a profitable premium in the... - NARA - 298579.jpg ✓ Done