A Tehuelche hunter standing with his paint horse, dogs, and kill. This black-and-white photograph shows a Tehuelche Indigenous man standing with his paint horse and two dogs with a dead wild turkey at his feet. The man stands in the center of the photograph. In his right hand he is holding onto the reins of the horse standing behind him, and in his left he is holding onto a thick strip of cloth that looks attached to one of the dogs. The man has dark hair parted in the middle with a band around his forehead. He is wearing a horizontal striped shirt with a large animal hide draped across his shoulders. The paint horse behind him is white with dark spots. It has a sheepskin strapped on as a saddle. The dogs are dark colored and very skinny with visible ribs. A large wild turkey lies dead in front of the man and the dogs.
black and white photograph
Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections
Copyright University Archives, Fort Hays State University
Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "110-04: A Tehuelche Hunter" (2021). George Sternberg Album #3 - South American Views. 361.