Contact: Margaret Allen
Southern Methodist University
Caption: A photograph by Charles Carpenter at the Jicarilla Reservation in 1903 illustrates a typical tipi or wickiup. Only the stone foundations remain today at archaeological sites. See bit.ly/Z8qAJp at SMUResearch.com for more information.
Credit: (Credit: Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives)
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