• Livery Barn at Fort Custer

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    Livery Barn at Fort Custer. Big Horn Post established in 1877 to connect Fort Keogh at Tongue River Cantonment. Renamed Fort Custer by November, 1877. Order closed by the military in 1898 - it was loc…

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  • Rider crossing river

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. Woman riding horseback across Little Big Horn River. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the sepia prints were…

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  • Six Crow Scouts

    Fred E. Miller

    Six Crow scouts at Fort Custer in April 1877.' Could be in 1897. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy (9/68) from original photograph lent by Mrs. Hulda Miller Fields, Missoula, Montana, through John F…

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  • Crow riders fording river

    Richard Throssel

    Crow riders fording river on horseback, in mix of traditional and modern clothing. Photo by Richard Throssel, 1907. See Crow Indian Photographer: The Work of Richard Throssel by Peggy Albright (Author…

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  • School children on horseback

    Fred E. Miller

    Long line of mounted Crow school children. Girls wearing bonnets. Tipis in background.

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  • Crow riders fording river

    Richard Throssel

    Crow riders fording river on horseback, in mix of traditional and modern clothing. Photo by Richard Throssel, 1907. See Crow Indian Photographer: The Work of Richard Throssel by Peggy Albright (Author…

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  • Horses and wagon crossing Little Big Horn River

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. Horses and wagon crossing Little Big Horn River. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the sepia prints were all…

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  • Livery Barn at Fort Custer

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    Livery Barn at Fort Custer. Big Horn Post established in 1877 to connect Fort Keogh at Tongue River Cantonment. Renamed Fort Custer by November, 1877. Order closed by the military in 1898 - it was loc…

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  • Horses and wagon crossing Little Big Horn River

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. Horses and wagon crossing Little Big Horn River. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the sepia prints were all…

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  • Crow men and children crossing river

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow men and women on horseback crossing the Little Big Horn River. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the sepia pri…

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  • Takes the Gun crossing the river

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. Takes the Gun crossing the river. See BPL 2013.01.527. This is a cropped version omitting boy. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Smithsonian Institution Notes: Subject identified by Crow Indians th…

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  • Wood gathering expedition on the Little Bighorn River

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Wood gathering expedition (left) in the winter on Little Big Horn River.' Three section bridge. River frozen. Group with wagon quite small. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia prin…

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  • Six Crow Scouts

    Fred E. Miller

    Six Crow scouts at Fort Custer in April 1877.' Could be in 1897. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy (9/68) from original photograph lent by Mrs. Hulda Miller Fields, Missoula, Montana, through John F…

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  • Long Bear

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow: Long Bear,' Fred Miller photo, between 1898-1910. 'Carp's Photo' stamped on back with photo credit line. See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows by Nancy F. O'Conner.

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  • Wood gathering expedition on the Little Bighorn River

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Wood gathering expedition (left) in the winter on Little Big Horn River.' Three section bridge. River frozen. Group with wagon quite small. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia prin…

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  • Getting ready for sham battle.

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow Indians on horseback ready for mock battle. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy (9/68) from original photograph lent by Mrs. Hulda Miller Fields, Missoula, Montana, through John Fields, Alexandri…

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  • Crow men and children crossing river

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow men and women on horseback crossing the Little Big Horn River. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the sepia pri…

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  • Small child on horseback.

    Fred E. Miller

    Stamped Carp's Photo, Billings. Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) was an American photographer, who worked at Crow Agency - See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows, assembled by Nancy Fields o'Conner.

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  • Long Bear

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow: Long Bear,' Fred Miller photo, between 1898-1910. 'Carp's Photo' stamped on back with photo credit line. See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows by Nancy F. O'Conner.

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  • Black Hair with son and daughter

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Black Hair and his son Sydney Black Hair (left) and his daughter (right)' On horseback in front of tipi. Other tents, horses, wagon in background. Negative 56252, National Anthropological Archi…

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