• Blackfoot Indians, Glacier Park.

    Unidentified photographer

    Group of Blackfoot men and boys in traditional dress standing between buildings at Glacier National Park. Automobile to left. The group includes Lone Running Wolf, Wades in Water, Bull Child, Chief Bu…

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  • [Covering the Sweat Lodge with buffalo skins at Sun Dance Ceremony, Little Badger Creek, Montana].

    Willcomb, Roland H., 1884-1976

    View of a small group of Blackfoot men in cloth shirts and pants pulling buffalo hides over sweat lodge during Sun Dance, Little Badger Creek, Montana. A group of men, several tipis, a wagon, and auto…

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  • [Escorting Medicine Woman from her lodge to Sweat Lodge, Sun Dance Ceremony, Little Badger Creek, Montana, second view].

    Willcomb, Roland H., 1884-1976

    One of three views of a procession of Blackfoot people, most wrapped in blanket robes, walking between tipis in a field during Sun Dance, Little Badger Creek, Montana. The views show the procession du…

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  • Celebrating the Sun Dance in the Medicine Lodge on the Reservation.

    Barker, G. V

    View of the interior of a medicine lodge during the Sun Dance, with Blackfoot observers seated in a circle along the poles of the frame. An area around the central pole is empty, and drummers sit in a…

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  • Cecile Black Boy, Blackfoot Indian.

    Titter, Herbert

    Head and shoulders portrait of Cecile Black Boy also known as Kills Before (Is-sah-ni-nik-ki) of the Blackfoot people. She wears elk tooth dress and hoop earrings.

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  • Tribal leaders at Blackfeet Indian Agency.

    Unidentified photographer

    View of group of Indian men standing in front of wooden building on Blackfoot Indian Reservation including Stabs by Mistake, White Antelope (Chief Elk), Neck (Blood Indian), White Calf (holding rifle)…

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  • [Escorting Medicine Woman from her lodge to Sweat Lodge, Sun Dance Ceremony, Little Badger Creek, Montana, first view].

    Willcomb, Roland H., 1884-1976

    One of three views of a procession of Blackfoot people, most wrapped in blanket robes, walking between tipis in a field during Sun Dance, Little Badger Creek, Montana. The views show the procession du…

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  • Mrs. Bull and Joe Butterfly

    Unidentified photographer

    Annie Sanderville of the Blackfoot people, also known as Many Spotted Horses, and Joe Butterfly as a young boy standing in a field of bear grass at Many Glacier, Glacier National Park. Annie Sandervil…

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  • Two Guns White Calf, Blackfoot Indian.

    Unidentified photographer

    Head and shoulders portrait of Two Guns White Calf of the Blackfoot people. He wears beaded shirt and beaded necklaces. Copied from the Al Lucke Collection, August, 1959. Two Guns White Calf's profile…

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  • Overland Limited Arriving at Blackfeet Dance

    Forsyth, N. A. (Norman A.), 1869-1949

    Front view of woman on horseback;

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  • Grass Dance of the Blackfeet., The

    Forsyth, N. A. (Norman A.), 1869-1949

    Same image as 307;

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  • Chief Bull.

    Unidentified photographer

    Autographed portrait of Richard Sanderville of the Blackfoot people standing in front of a tipi and wearing beaded, fringed leather tunic and leggings, feather headdress, and moccasins. Sanderville si…

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  • Indian Travois, Montana.

    Magee, Thomas B. (Thomas Benjamin), 1862-1930

    View of three horses, two with travois attached. A woman, probably Blackfoot, stands at left, and a bundled child sits on one of the travois. Wire fence and plains in background.

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  • Blackfeet Indians, Glacier National Park.

    Unidentified photographer

    View of five men, three women, and a toddler of the Blackfoot people in front of a tipi in a wooded area of Glacier National Park. Two men stand, while the rest of the group sits on the grass. The men…

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  • [Joe Butterfly, Washington, D.C.].

    Unidentified photographer

    Studio portrait of Joe Butterfly of the Blackfoot people seated on fabric covered stool. He wears headdress, moccasins, and beaded and fringed leather shirt and pants. Note on verso reads: "Taken by G…

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  • Site of third Blackfeet Agency.

    Mattison, Ray H., 1903-1980

    View from the southwest of buildings and surrounding area at Blackfoot Indian Agency at Badger Creek (1876-1894). The Agency was located about 17 miles southwest of Browning. Photographed for the U.S…

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  • [Beaver Bundle Ceremony, second view].

    Willcomb, Roland H., 1884-1976

    View of the Beaver Bundle ceremony held near the Star School on Cut Bank Creek in Montana. This view shows a large group of seated individuals, including James Stingy, Philip Arrow Top, Louis Bear Chi…

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  • Logging crew from Old Agency.

    Unidentified photographer

    View of large group of Blackfoot men, including Mad Wolf (fourth from right), standing in a forest next to a tipi. The group also includes Silver Tip (third from left), a Scandinavian man raised by Cr…

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  • [Decorated Blackfoot tipi, showing 'Lazy Boy'].

    Unidentified photographer

    View of a Blackfoot tipi decorated with pictographs depicting a battle. The tipi shows men with guns mounted on horseback riding toward men standing with guns. The name Lazy Boy is painted beneath pic…

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  • Chief Bull, Blackfoot Indian.

    Unidentified photographer

    Portrait of Richard Sanderville sitting in chair and wearing fringed and beaded leather tunic, feather headdress, and beaded necklaces. Sanderville signed tourist postcards in Glacier National Park as…

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