Navajo Weavers Digital History ID 2744|
Credit: Library of Congress
Media type: photograph
Museum Number: LC-USZ62-99569
Annotation: This photograph shows three women weaving a rug with an infant in a papoose resting against the loom. Women use the wool from the sheep (shown on the ledge in the background) to weave the rugs.
Navajo rugs are some of the most colorful and well-made textiles produced by North American Indians.
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