• Bull That Don't Fall Down

    Miller, Fred E

    Portrait of the Crow Indian, Bull That Don't Fall Down, from the Mickey Old Coyote collection. See Apsaalooka: The Crow Nation Then and Now by Helene Smith and Mickey Old Coyote.

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  • Crow Tipis

    Throssel, Richard

    Photo identified as The Storm. Crow tipis with threatening sky. Photo by Richard Throssel. Richard Throssel (1882�1933) was a photographer, who lived in Billings, who documented life on the Crow Reser…

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  • Tobacco planting

    Fred E. Miller

    Group of Crow Indian men running. Note on back: Tobacco planting.

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  • Big Medicine Man, Crow.

    Haynes, F. Jay (Frank Jay), 1853-1921

    Portrait of Big Medicine Man, a Crow Indian man, seated, wearing cloth head-band, and holding fan. Vintage negative number : 1494b; 2871b.

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  • Crow women at Crow Fair

    Voget, Fred W

    Crow women and children at Crow Fair, Crow Agency, Montana. Six women, wearing dresses and shawls, are seated. One woman holds a small child. Other children are in front of the group. One woman appear…

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  • Young Crow woman at Crow Agency, Montana

    Harrison, William Harvey (1870-1922)

    Young Crow woman wrapped in a patterned blanket stands in front of a building at Crow Agency, Montana. Patches of snow appear on the ground behind her.

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  • Crow man

    Unknown

    Misidentified portrait of a Crow man. This is not Plenty Coups.

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  • Crow man

    Unknown

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

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  • Portrait of Crow Indian Family

    Finch

    Unidentified Crow Indian family studio portrait. A Finch photo (Finch was a very early Billings photographer). Back is stamped Yellowstone Historical Society. This is one of several photos donated by…

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  • Descriptive guide to coal development on the Crow Reservation

    Thorne Ecological Institute

    This descriptive guide is designed to provide technical information to the Crow Tribe regarding the possible development of their coal resource. It is a summation of the probable impacts of coal devel…

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  • Portrait of a Crow couple

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of a Crow couple. Possibly Robert Raise Up and his wife. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) accepted a position in 1898 as a clerk for the Bureau of Indian Affairs on t…

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  • Crow Indian Sun dance

    Roahen, K. F

    Crow Indian Sun dance, 1941. First Sun dance held by Crows in about 60 years. K.F. Roahen photo.

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  • Shell on the Neck, Crow chief, Montana

    Harrison, William Harvey (1870-1922)

    Image of Shell on the Neck, Crow chief, Montana. Native American man stands in front of a building wearing large hat. Walkway and steps leading into building can be seen behind man.

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  • Crow Camp on the Little Bighorn River

    Throssel, Richard

    Crow camp on the Little Bighorn River. Photo by Richard Throssel.

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  • Washing at the spring

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Washing at the spring.' 'Four women and a child washing at a spring. Identified as Kills One Good and mother; girl unknown.' Smithsonian Notes: Copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), gran…

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  • Portrait of Crow man

    C.T. Steeb

    Portrait of Crow man mounted on pinto horse at Billings.

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  • Chief Shell on the Neck, Crow, Montana

    Chief Shell on the Neck, Crow, Montana. Native American man stands in a field with a bell tower behind him. Open rolling-hill grassland can be seen in the background.

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  • Iron Bull and his wife, Crow.

    Unidentified photographer

    Studio portrait of Iron Bull, an older man, and his wife, members of the Crow Indian tribe. Iron Bull is seated and wears a shirt decorated with quillwork and ermine pelts, a neckerchief, and a blanke…

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  • Crow chiefs, Montana, 1887.

    Unidentified photographer

    Group of seven Crow Indian men gathered together on the porch of a building. The men wear traditional dress including blankets, buffalo hide coat, wool blanket capote, neckerchiefs, beaded moccasins,…

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  • Crow Indian girls at boarding school

    Harrison, William Harvey (1870-1922)

    Crow Indian girls at boarding school in winter. Group of girls in dark coats make snowmen. Buildings are visible in the background.

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