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Solomon Nunes Carvalho [Attributed to] 
[View of a Cheyenne village at Big Timbers, in present-day Colorado, with four large tipis standing at the edge of a wooded area. Frame with pemmican or hides hanging at the right; two figures, facing camera, standing to the left of center] 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
DAG no. 251 
Identified as a daguerreotype by Solomon Carvalho of a Plains Indian village in Kansas Territory taken during the Fremont Expedition in 1853, probably copied by the Mathew Brady studio. This identification was based on the fact that the daguerreotype was acquired by the Library with other daguerreotypes from the Brady studio and that Brady was hired by Fremont to copy Carvalho's daguerreotypes on wet plate negatives. 

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