Kachina figures & Shalako

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Title Kachina figures & Shalako
Identifier 013P
Subject Indians of North America--Antiquities; Rock art--Utah; Petroglyphs--Utah; Drawing; Signs and symbols
Description The Kachina glyphs-- primarily the kachina represents a man or priest, dressed for his part, with insignia of the rite plainly denoted. He takes part; he represents the godhead. Kachina dolls are made on the same principle. Copyrighted.
Spatial Coverage Parowan Gap (Utah)
Creator Beckwith, Frank Asahel, 1876-1951
Publisher Hosted by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Type Image
Format image/jpeg
Format Creation image/tiff
Source Envelope p
Language eng
Relation Frank Asahel Beckwith Collection
Coverage Utah
Rights Management Digital image copyright 2003, Beckwith Family. All rights reserved
Holding Institution Delta City Library
Source Material B&W negative
Source Physical Dimensions 12cm x 17cm
Archival Resolution Archival TIFF: 3000 x 4600
Low Resolution JPEG: 800 x 600
Bit Depth 8-bit
Scanning Device Creo-Scitex Eversmart Jazz+ flatbed scanner
ARK ark:/87278/s68h1ftp
Setname dc_bpc
Date Created 2003-09-29
Date Modified 2012-09-25
ID 124988
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s68h1ftp