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John K. Hillers
The brother chiefs
[U.S. Topographical and geological survey of the Colorado River of the West. By J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson]
American Antiquarian Society
Graphic Arts Photos Native American, Source: 425301_0081.tif
Photographed by Jack Hillers for the US Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado Valley, 1874. Group portrait of two Nu-a-gun-tit men and their wives. The two men are seen standing, and two women are sitting in front of them. The standing man at left places his hand on the head of the woman sitting in front of him.
"Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 61. Nu-a-gun-tits. A tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or Meadows, in southwestern Nevada. The brother chiefs. On the right, Ku-ni-kai-vets and his wife, Si-kan-a-kwits. On the left, Ti-si-ar-ump and his wife, San-ta-kuts, (Water-melon.) Photographed by Hillers."
"U.S. Topographical and geological survey of the Colorado River of the West. By J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson."