Native Americans (Ute), one identified as Pee Viggi, sit and pose for a studio portrait. They wear braids, earrings, choker necklaces, cotton shirts, leather leggings, beaded moccasins and hold woven blankets. The woman wears a bone breastplate and a feather hair ornament. Pee Viggi wears a hat and a ribbon decorated with gold pins or badges.
Utes Pee Viggi and wife. 1899. Photochrom by the Detroit Photographic Co. Source - Library of Congress.
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Ute group portrait Studio portrait of Native Americans (Ute); shows a man and a woman (the mother of Ellen Watt), and her daughter (possibly), Daisy House Eagle. The man wears braids, a choker, breastplate, and a shirt; the women wear dresses and shawls.