• 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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  • Old Bear

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow portrait of 'Old Bear.' Smithsonian Institution Notes: Identification supplied by Barney Old Coyote (and Crow Indians), BIA, February 3, 1966. Smithsonian Negative 56232, National Anthropological…

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  • Older Crow woman in tipi.

    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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  • Crooked Arm

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow portrait of Crooked Arm (a River Crow). Handwritten note in 1973. on back says, Mrs. Margaret Crooked Arm's Father. Smithsonian Institution Negative 56298, National Anthropological Archives, Smit…

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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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  • Hannah Wings

    Unknown

    Crow portrait of woman in elk tooth dress. Handwritten note says, 'Hannah Wings.'

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  • Sorrel Horse

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow portrait of 'Sorrel Horse or Raven Guts.' Smithsonian Notes: Fred E. Miller, the photographer, was at the Crow Agency only during the years 1897-1910; he took no Indian photographs after leaving…

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  • White Swan

    Fred E. Miller

    Traditionally dressed in tall bonnet in front of a tipi. 'Crow: White Swan' One of the Crow scouts at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Smithsonian Notes: Negative 56243, National Anthropological Arch…

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  • Crow man

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow man mostly traditionally dressed with camp in background. Copy of glass plate. 'On Top of Tipi. Label says Fred E. Miller photo with Carp's Photo stamp. See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Cr…

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  • Crow children with large dog in front of tipi.

    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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  • Crow women and baby

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow women, Mary Takes A Gun (left) and Lizzy Shane Yellowtail holding Robert Yellowtail, 1897-1910. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Negative 56253, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Insti…

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  • Crow Mother Nursing Her Sick Papoose

    Fred E. Miller

    Yellow Ears watching her sick child. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Negative 56247, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. Original (?) number either 9 or 50 (both numbers pencile…

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  • Plenty Coups and Grandmother's Knife

    Fred E. Miller

    Plenty Coups (right) and Grandmother's Knife (left). 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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  • Crow Indian Women

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow Indian women in a game of chance. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Negative 56258, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. Original (?) number 43 (penciled on paper mount of ori…

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  • Pretty Striped Snake or Water Snake

    Fred E. Miller

    Pretty Striped Snake or Water Snake holding child outside tipi. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the sepia prints…

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  • Boy in front of tipi

    Fred E. Miller

    Small boy, four years, standing in front of tipi. Possibly Simon Old Crow. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy (9/68) from original photograph lent by Mrs. Hulda Miller Fields, Missoula, Montana, thro…

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  • Big Medicine

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow portrait of 'Big Medicine.' Smithsonian Institution Notes: Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) accepted a position in 1898 as a clerk for the Bureau of Indian Affairs on the Crow Reservation in southeast…

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  • Plain Feather

    Possibly Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of Plain Feather-- Oldest Crow--over 100 yrs. Note: Leo Carper says it was not taken by Fred E. Miller.

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  • Plain Feather

    Possibly Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of Plain Feather-- Oldest Crow--over 100 yrs. Note: Leo Carper says it was not taken by Fred E. Miller.

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