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Aragonés: Misacha fendo uso d'o sentito d'a equilibriozepzión pa mantener una tenalla sobre a capeza.
العربية: فتاة من قبيلة الزوني وهى تحمل جرة، 1903.
Български: Момиче зуни.
Català: Els primers antropòlegs nord-americans es van bolcar a l'estudi dels indígenes del seu país. A la foto, una jove zuñi, poble de Nou Mèxic. Noia zuni amb gerro, 1903.
Deutsch: Zuni-Mädchen mit Tonkrug um 1903.
English: A girl from the Zuni tribe of New Mexico with a painted pottery jar, photographed in c. 1903. Zuni girl with pottery jar on her head in 1909.
English: TITEL: Zuni girl with jar. Head-and-shoulders portrait of Zuni girl with pottery jar on her head.
Español: Los primeros antropólogos estadounidenses se volcaron al estudio de los indígenas de su país. En la foto, una joven zuñi, pueblo de Nuevo México.
Date circa 1903
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