• Billings' first Fair with Crow riders in parade

    Unknown

    The first Yellowstone County Fair was in 1892. According to Jessie or Lulu Railsback (from an 1897 copy of a student paper at the Western Heritage Center), in 1897, 'The presence of over one thousand…

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  • Crow policeman Sharp Nose

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of Crow policeman Sharp Nose.

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  • Young Indian Men Preparing for a Foot Race

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    Young Indian men ready to run foot race at the race track / rodeo grounds, Billings, near present day North Park. Back is stamped Yellowstone Historical Society. This is one of the photos brought back…

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  • Crow policeman Sharp Nose

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of Crow policeman Sharp Nose.

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  • Crow Indian Camp on the Little Bighorn River (2)

    Throssel, Richard

    Beyond the River. Photo by Richard Throssel, 1907. Looking across Crow camp on the Little Bighorn River.

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  • Crow Indian policeman with star badge

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of a Crow Indian policeman with star badge.

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  • Crow man

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of unidentified Crow man with feathers in his hat. See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows by Nancy F. O'Conner.

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  • Hunts The Enemy

    Curtis, Edward S

    Crow portrait of Hunts The Enemy taken by Edward S. Curtis and found in The North American, Volume 4, page 58. See Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward…

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  • Plain Owl

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    Crow Indian Portrait of Plain Owl. A Fred Miller photo. (from Mickey Old Coyote collection). Wearing long head dress; standing by tipi;

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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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  • Crow Indian policeman with star badge

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of a Crow Indian policeman with star badge.

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  • Crow Indians on Horseback

    Throssel, Richard

    Crow Indians of Montana. K.F. Roahen photo of several men in full warrior dress ready for a parade.

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  • Crow Indians at the Rodeo Grounds (2)

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    Crow Indians at rodeo grounds, Billings. A camp at the old fairground site where current North Park is. See BPL 2013.01.497 for the same camp. This is one of the photos brought back from Hans Plattner…

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  • Crow man and child

    Fred E. Miller

    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: Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) accepted a…

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  • Parade, Billings 50th Anniversary

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    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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  • Scaffold burial

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow Indian burial on a pole scaffold framework.

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  • Crow Indian Camp on Pryor Creek

    Throssel, Richard

    Crow Camp on Pryor Creek. Photo by Richard Throssel, 1907. Camp against hills--perhaps at Pryor Gap. See Crow Indian Photographer: The Work of Richard Throssel by Peggy Albright (Author) , Joanna Coha…

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  • Parade, Billings 50th Anniversary

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    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 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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  • Tipis in Winter

    Miller, Fred E

    Winter view of about 7 canvas tipis including a painted one, 1897-1910. Possibly Early Crow Fair, 1900s, at Pryor. Smithsonian Negative 56292, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institutio…

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