• Black Hair with son and daughter

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Black Hair and his son Sydney Black Hair (left) and his daughter (right)' On horseback in front of tipi. Other tents, horses, wagon in background. Negative 56252, National Anthropological Archi…

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  • Black Hair with son and daughter

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Black Hair and his son Sydney Black Hair (left) and his daughter (right)' On horseback in front of tipi. Other tents, horses, wagon in background. Negative 56252, National Anthropological Archi…

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  • Wagons with wool sacks

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    Slayton Wools. Two 6 horse teams each pulling two wagons loaded with wool sacks. Dalon Fowler Slayton was born in 1857 in Virginia and came to Montana in 1880 on the steamer the Far West - See Pioneer…

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  • Crow Indian Camp with Wagons.

    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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  • Ark of Safety

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    The Ark of Safety. Used by rustlers against cattlemen in the invasion of 1892.' Back label: 'Wyoming--Johnson County Cattle War' 'The Ark of Safety or a 'Go-Devil' Built of two thicknesses of 8-inch l…

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  • Road grading teams

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    Panoramic image of road grading, possibly on the Paul McCormick ranch lands at Alkali Creek or the west end of Billings.

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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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  • Borup & Keiser Store and the Paul McCormick Store, Junction City, Montana Territory, Circa 1880.

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    Borup (Possibly a William or Theodore Borup) & Keiser (Henry Keiser) store and Paul McCormick's store at Junction City. See 'Junction City Popular Gathering Place Long Ago', Billings Gazette, February…

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