Pueblo Native Americans Protest

Taken at White House, Washington DC, District of Columbia USA in .

Pueblo Native Americans protesting in 1923 a broken promise made by President Lincoln.

Santiago Naranjo, Waihusing, James Miller, and Jesus Baca are wearing traditional and western clothing, each wearing a blanket. They are carrying a cane given them by Abraham Lincoln as a token of his promise of permanent retention of their lands.

Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, Underwood and Underwood

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