Photograph of a line of about six dancing snake priests facing a line of about five chanting antelope priests in the Hopi Snake Dance Ceremony and a huge crowd of onlookers, Oraibi, Arizona, ca.1898. They have long hair. They wear armbands and necklaces. Their upper torsos are naked. They wear short patterned skirts and moccasins and the antelope priests wear long furry animal tails. They are lined up in front of the snake kiva or kisi. Numerous onlookers are spectating from atop the pueblo in the background as well as on the ground. One of them shades herself with black umbrella.