|Collection||Edward H. Davis Collection|
|Title||San Ygancio Indians, Typical reed houses of Indians, 1911|
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of a view of a house with a peaked roof attached to a structure with a flat roof made of branches. A person stands in the doorway to the structure made of branches.
Notes on negative envelope:
86:15900-1282 to/ 1285 incl./ Davis Coll./ dup. Neg./ San Ygancio Indians/ Typical reed houses of/ Indians/ 1911/ 4 Negs
According to additional information provided on 12/2011 by a member of the E.H. Davis Project Scholar Advisory Committee: The house is to the left and attached to it is an outdoor living area that resembles a covered patio, often called a ramada. This structure is lightweight and airy. Often this is where the cooking, visiting, and other work was done.
|Place||USA/California/San Diego County/Los Coyotes Reservation/San Ignacio|
|Dimensions||4 x 5|
|Copyright||San Diego History Center|
|Photographer||Davis, Edward H., 1862-1951|
Indians of North America