• 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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  • Cheyenne couple

    Unknown

    Black and white postcard of Native American man, with war bonnet, and woman near a tipi. Horse drawn buggy is next to the tipi. Identified as Cheyenne.

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  • Four Crow Indian men

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow Indians: four unidentified men (3 traditionally dressed) in front of tipi. Fred Miller Photo, 1898-1910. Stamped as Carp's Photo. Photo also in the collections of the Western Heritage Center.

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  • Crow man

    Unknown

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

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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 man and horse in traditional dress

    Mrs. Wesley Barkemeyer

    Crow in traditional dress. 'Birds all over the Ground on horse. 1918 Midland Empire Fair. Taken by Mrs. Wesley Barkemeyer, Huntley.' 'Herbert Dawes great- grandfather'.

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