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Ramon Montano, wife Amelia, William Neil Smith, and Jose Angel Montano about to move camp, Tiburon Island, 1947.

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Bill Smith toting his possessions on a shoulder yoke, including a rifle, Tiburon Island, 1947.

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Jesus Montano and Bill Smith carrying butchered deer meat on Tiburon Island, 1947. Jesus and Bill display the distinctive cloth kilt or apron that was worn by most Seri males.

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Jesus and Jose Angel Montano carrying butchered deer meat on Tiburon Island, 1947.

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Ramon Montano, wife Amelia, and daughter Lidia in transit on Tiburon Island, 1947. Seri men on the move toted two loads balanced on a shoulder yoke notched at either end, while Seri women head-carried their possessions stacked on a basket supported by a head ring.

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Montano family campsite in a sandy wash on Tiburon Island, 1947.

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Amelia, Ramon Montano's wife, her face painted, weaves a basket on Tiburon Island, 1947. Such a dish-shaped basket was every Seri woman's most important utilitarian item.

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Ramon Montano holding a large storage olla discovered abandoned in a cave on Tiburon Island, 1947. The olla was painted again in honor of its maker.

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Cayetano Montano carving a bow on Tiburon Island, 1947.

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Lidia Montano, her face painted, with baby, on Tiburon Island, 1947.

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Ramada at Campo Viboras, looking east across the Infiernillo Strait to Tiburon Island, 1947.

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Tiburon Island landscape, looking across the southern end of the island and over the Sea of Cortez to San Esteban Island, 1947.

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Topographic map of Seriland used by Bill Smith, marked with dates of his daily progress on boat trips taken from August through November 1947.

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Seri boat with furled sail on Tiburon Island, looking south to San Esteban Island, 1947.

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Departing San Esteban Island with Alberto "El Vaquero" Villalobos at the helm, 1947.

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Luis Moreno, Alberto "El Vaquero" Villalobos, and Jose Manuel Romero at the interior plain of San Esteban Island, 1947.

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Bill going to the well with tins for water, Tiburon Island, 1947.

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Cayetano Montano and Bill Smith on the shore of Tibur6n Island, 1947.

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Bill taking notes at Desemboque, 1949. Lola Blanco, second from left and Carlota Colosio, fifth from left.

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Bill's 1931 International pickup truck, his transportation to Seriland, 1947. …

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