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Indian camping at the Kosí stream - shelter and a squaw
Czech Republic

The late afternoon in a shelter. Some indian men are hunting bisons, some colecting firewood and some shooting panoramas. Squaws are preparing a dinner or sewing mocassins and pouches, just like this one.

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