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[[3 drawings showing elaborate hairstyles, two on native men and one on native woman]]
Coiffure a la Pompadour of the Mayans - intended to kill vermin.]]
[[2 sets of 2 drawings of native woman. First front and back wearing only short fiber skirt, back view carrying child in arms and balancing basket on head with one hand. Second set front and back views of woman wearing short red skirt with matching red shoulder cape, yellow cross across back of cape. Front view appears to show woman wearing a beadwork collar? Tattoos (or jewelry/beadwork) shown on back of legs. Hair worn loose in both cases. Cape appears to be made of trade cloth, perhaps recycled flour sacks? English text appears visible on back of cape: "8 Doz, 6a; P B, SUTLER,[CAMP??], Mohave, AT; B[surrounded by diamond], C.P.R.R. COD.]]
[[caption for first set of two drawings:]] AD 1492  [[underline]] The Female Sex [[/underline]] [[caption for second set of two drawings:]] AD 1877
[[5 drawings of native man, two sets of 2 front and backs and last only front. First set showing naked man, front and back, with proverbial fig leaves added by artist around his waist to hide his genitals, hair in many small braids. Second set showing man, front and back, with short military jacket or coat with epaulettes, and red breech cloth, hair loose but with 2 feathers sticking up from crown of head. Third front view only showing man in tattered dark blue military coat and ragged lighter blue pants, and stovepipe hat with broken crown, wearing trade or peace medal, with liquor bottle in one pocket, and playing cards? in the other.]]
[[underline]] The Male Sex [[/underline]]
[[caption for first set of two drawings:]] AD 1492  [[caption for second set of two drawings:]] AD 1877  [[caption for drawing of man with liquor bottle:]] 1/2 Civilized
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