• Bull That Don't Fall Down

    Miller, Fred E

    Portrait of the Crow Indian, Bull That Don't Fall Down, from the Mickey Old Coyote collection. See Apsaalooka: The Crow Nation Then and Now by Helene Smith and Mickey Old Coyote.

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  • Crow Tipis

    Throssel, Richard

    Photo identified as The Storm. Crow tipis with threatening sky. Photo by Richard Throssel. Richard Throssel (1882�1933) was a photographer, who lived in Billings, who documented life on the Crow Reser…

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  • Tobacco planting

    Fred E. Miller

    Group of Crow Indian men running. Note on back: Tobacco planting.

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  • Crow man

    Unknown

    Misidentified portrait of a Crow man. This is not Plenty Coups.

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  • Crow man

    Unknown

    Likely a portrait of a Crow leader. Stamped Carp's Photo, Billings.

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  • Portrait of Crow Indian Family

    Finch

    Unidentified Crow Indian family studio portrait. A Finch photo (Finch was a very early Billings photographer). Back is stamped Yellowstone Historical Society. This is one of several photos donated by…

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  • Portrait of a Crow couple

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of a Crow couple. Possibly Robert Raise Up and his wife. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) accepted a position in 1898 as a clerk for the Bureau of Indian Affairs on t…

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  • Crow Indian Sun dance

    Roahen, K. F

    Crow Indian Sun dance, 1941. First Sun dance held by Crows in about 60 years. K.F. Roahen photo.

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  • Crow Camp on the Little Bighorn River

    Throssel, Richard

    Crow camp on the Little Bighorn River. Photo by Richard Throssel.

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  • Washing at the spring

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Washing at the spring.' 'Four women and a child washing at a spring. Identified as Kills One Good and mother; girl unknown.' Smithsonian Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), gran…

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  • Portrait of Crow man

    C.T. Steeb

    Portrait of Crow man mounted on pinto horse at Billings.

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  • Old Coyote with wife

    Haynes, Frank J

    1893 studio portrait of young Crow Indian couple. On back identified as: S/SSgt Old Coyote and wife (Medicine). Medicine remarried to Ties His Knee or Shot in the Nose. Photo by Frank J. Haynes

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  • Crow family in front of tipi

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow family in front of tipi. Photo is out of focus. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the sepia prints were all ma…

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  • Indians dividing a tribal herd

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Indians dividing a tribal herd.' Smithsonian Institution Notes: Negative 56261, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. Original (?) number 38 penciled on paper mount of ori…

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  • Indian Medicine Lodge

    Throssel, Richard

    Entering the Medicine Lodge. Photo by Richard Throssel. An adoption into the tribe.

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  • Crow Indian Camp

    Miller, Fred E

    Crow camp, a dozen tipis. Smithsonian Negative 56288, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.

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  • Crow men, women and children on horseback crossing Little Big Horn River

    Fred E. Miller

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

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  • Parade, Billings 50th Anniversary

    Unknown

    1932 Anniversary parade featured vehicles from the 1880s and 1890s, cowboys, and Crows dressed in traditional garb. The parade ran through the business district and ended up at Pioneer Park for the un…

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  • Crow Indian with Horse

    Unknown

    Crow man with saddled horse and mule with travois, tipis, lodge poles, and a dog.

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  • Crow man and child 2

    Fred E. Miller

    A cropped version of BLP 2013.10.556A. Outdoor portrait of a Crow man on the banks of a river (Big Horn?), with sweat lodges, while holding a baby. Possibly Crooked Arm. Smithsonian Institution Notes…

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