(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Andrea Moro standing outdoors amongst large rocks. She wears a striped-print dress and an apron. According to notes on the verso of the print, her grandfather was Jose Maria Moro, father-in-law to Adolfo Moro. Adolfo Moro was originally a Paiute Indian brought down by the Yorba Family and married the daughter of Jose Maria Moro and took his name. When Jose Maria died, Adolfo Moro became chief. Photo may have been taken by Henry L. Davis rather than Edward H. Davis.
Notes on verso of print:
OP 15362-1032 86:15900-1806/ IN REF BOOK/ About 1890/ Warner Spgs/ Andrea Moro/ Grandfather Jose Maria Moro/ father in law of Adolfo Moro/ who originally was a Paiute Ind./ brought down by the Yorba family/ and married the daughter of Jose/ Maria Moro and took that name/ and when Jose Maria died, The/ old chief, he became chief./
According to additional information provided by the community on 10/2011: Last name also known as Sivimoat.