(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Julio Guacheño [Guacheno] on horseback. According to notes on the verso of the print, Guacheño was shot by Juan Leo Cuero, a Bureau of Indian Affairs man. He was paid $100.00 month by the government until he died. Image is reversed in this copy print.
Notes on verso of print:
OP 15362-72 (subst)/ 86:15900-680 / IN REF BOOK/ MESA GRANDE/ 1910/ JULIO GUACHEñO [GUACHENO] ASTRIDE A HORSE/ GUACHEñO WAS SHOT BY JUAN LEO/ CUERO, A BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS/ MAN. JULIO WAS PAID $100.00 PER MONTH/ BY GOV’T UNTIL HE DIED/ [Stamped with San Diego Historical Society-Ticor Collection stamp]
According to additional information provided by the community on 11/2011: Julio Guacheño was married to Lena Damron Guacheño. Lena’s sisters were Mary, Pauline, Louise, Rose, Lily and Myrtle. Julio was shot and walked with a limp but he was never paid by the government.