Lena Cayuga, A Seneca Woman

Portrait of Lena Cayuga, a young Native American Seneca woman, aged 17 years, wearing her hair in braids at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St Louis, Missouri, June 6, 1904. She studied Domestic Science at the US Indian School and is from the (Bureau of Indian Affairs) Chilocco Indian School in Oklahoma. (Photo by Charles Carpenter/Field Museum Library/Getty Images)
Portrait of Lena Cayuga, a young Native American Seneca woman, aged 17 years, wearing her hair in braids at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St Louis, Missouri, June 6, 1904. She studied Domestic Science at the US Indian School and is from the (Bureau of Indian Affairs) Chilocco Indian School in Oklahoma. (Photo by Charles Carpenter/Field Museum Library/Getty Images)
Lena Cayuga, A Seneca Woman
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Credit:
Field Museum Library / Contributor
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550759593
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Date created:
June 01, 1904
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ARC0002456_194
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CSA15192.jpg
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