|Collection||Edward H. Davis Collection|
|Object ID||OP 15362-658|
|Title||Old Cinon Mataweer and the lifting rock, 1905|
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Cinon Duro (also known as Cinon Mataweer Duro), chief of the Mesa Grande Indians, kneeling down with one hand on a round rock noted to be the lifting rock. Cradled against one arm is a curved wooden stick. Several ramadas in background.
Same image as the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) negative, N24180. According to catalog record for this image, this is a 100 lb lifting rock to test the strength of young men.
Notes on verso of print:
OP 15362-658/ 86:15900-1642/14/ IN REF BOOK/Old Cinon/Mataweer/ + the lifting rock/ 1905
|Place||USA/California/San Diego County|
|Dimensions||4 x 5|
|Copyright||San Diego History Center|
|Photographer||Davis, Edward H., 1862-1951|
Indians of North America
Duro, Cinon (Duro, Cinon Mataweer)