erial, for they still hold the art of making and painting. We vis-
ited quite a number of the fzamilies at the village and were kindly
entertained. Among others, we visited Mrs. Pascual Avieta, a Neph-
ite lady, I should judge 50 years of age, a large portly woman, with
a large, fine home; floors neatly carpeted, settees covered with
Navajoe blankets, wiorth $15 each. She was neatly dressed. I was
introduced to her by Brother Tenney and her daughters and sons. She
received me and treated me with all the elegance that any ...