View of buildings at Sichomovi pueblo on First Mesa, with a laden donkey (burro) in the foreground. According to James Stevenson's original note for this photograph (prepared circa 1885), Sichomovi '[i]s the middle village on the summit of the same mesa with W[a]lpi and Tewa. The people of this village belong to the Shoshonan family and are identical in all respects with W[a]lpi. Their village, however, is less characteristic of the typical terraced formed pueblos, the houses only reaching two stories in height.'
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