(Documentary Artifact): Two b/w photographic prints of five men playing peon, a wagering game. A horse and a row of ramadas are behind them.
Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 15362-904/ 86:15900-1898/IN REF BOOK/ Peon/ SEE ALSO #86:15900-1718&1719/ FOR DESCRIPTION/ 1920
Image 2: OP 15362-904/ 86:15900-1898/IN REF BOOK/ INDIANS PLAYING ‘PEON’/ SEE ALSO 86:15900-1718&1719/ FOR DESCRIPTION/ 1920
According to additional information provided on 11/2011 by a member of the E.H. Davis Project Scholar Advisory Committee: This Peon game was most likely a demonstration or exhibition, as this game is usually played in the evening and night and around open fire. The Peon game is communal game with songs often being sung by family and friends of the players who stand behind and support the contestants. An actual Peon game is also played with four participants on each team.