Photograph of a Zuni Indian making wampum, ca.1898. He is seen using some type of primitive drilling device to drill a hole into an object he placed on the stool. The stool is held together with metallic wires. The man is sitting on a short square crate. He is wearing a buttoned up collar shirt and has turban-like headband wrapped around his head. He stares off to his left while using his right leg to hold the stool and his arms to do the drilling. Behind him is an adobe house with several large slabs of stone(?) leaned against it.