• Crossing Little Big Horn River

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. Take the Gun (left) and Henry Old Coyote's grandson (right) crossing Little Big Horn River; wagon in background. See BPL 2013.01.530 Smithsonian Institution Notes: Subject identified by Crow Ind…

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  • Crow dancers

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow men seated and ready for a dance. Man are shielded behind coup staffs.

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  • Goes Ahead Pretty

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of a Crow woman. Grandson Lawrence Flat Lip identified the woman as Goes Ahead Pretty. 1884-1922. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) accepted a position in 1898 as a cl…

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  • Two Crow girls on horseback

    Fred E. Miller

    Two Crow girls on horseback with older woman holding the reins. See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows by Nancy F. O'Conner.

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  • White Swan

    Fred E. Miller

    A re-enactment of a man wounded by two arrows laid on a travois for transport. Note on Back: 'White Swan, Custer's scout, crawled into cooley and hid'.

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  • Horse race

    Fred E. Miller

    Horse race at the 'first' Crow fair, Crow Agency, 1903. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Negative 56264, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. Original (?) number 109 (penciled on…

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  • Mounted Crow warrior

    Fred E. Miller

    Mounted Crow warrior with wagons, tents and tipis in background. Note on Back: Ben Longear, Crow. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) accepted a position in 1898 as a clerk for t…

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  • Medicine and Medicine Men

    Fred E. Miller

    Three Crow men and two tipis. Title: Medicine and Medicine Men. Attributed to Fred E. Miller Collection.

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  • Crow Agency school buildings

    Fred E. Miller

    School building on the Crow Agency during winter ca 1900-1905. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Negative 56282, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. Original (?) number 18 (pencil…

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  • Northern Cheyenne Chief Little Wolf and family

    Fred E. Miller

    Little Wolf and family - 'Northern Cheyenne Chief Little Wolf.' Leader of the Northern Cheyenne during the 1870s. Chief Little Wolf and Dull Knife led their people back to Montana after the Fort Robin…

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  • Crow men preparing the ground for tobacco planting.

    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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  • Mrs. Deer Nose carrying two small children

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow woman, Mrs. Deer Nose carrying two small children, 1897-1910. Standing outdoors with children wrapped in a warm blanket. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Negative 56250, National Anthropological Ar…

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  • Bannock men

    Fred E. Miller

    Two men identified as Bannock Indians in a Fred E. Miller photo. They are more likely to be Crow. Almost all of Miller's photos were of Crow people. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Fred E. Miller (1868…

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  • Vacation

    Fred E. Miller

    Vacation - Crow children on horseback standing in the Little Big Horn River. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the…

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  • Bridge over the Little Big Horn River

    Fred E. Miller

    Bridge over the Little Big Horn River. Taken same time as 56279 Smithsonian.' See BPL 2013.01.543 Smithsonian Institution Notes: Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) accepted a position in 1898 as a clerk for t…

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  • Inside a Crow tipi

    Fred E. Miller

    Inside a Crow tipi with six unidentified men and women. They appear to be constructing drums.

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  • Riders at a Crow gathering

    Fred E. Miller

    Unidentified mounted Crow Indians and one white male. See Fred E. Miller: Photographer of the Crows by Nancy F. O'Conner.

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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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  • Portrait of a Cheyenne man

    Possibly Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of a Cheyenne man.

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  • Crow men playing drums

    Fred E. Miller

    Two Native American men, possibly Crow, with drums. Fred E. Miller photo. Stamped: 'Carp's Photo.'

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