• 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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  • 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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  • Crow Indians in Full Dance Costume

    Unknown

    Crow Indians in full dance costume, August 17, 1899. Eight men and one boy sitting under a brush arbor.

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  • Two Crow Indians on Horseback

    Steeb, C. T

    Two Crow Indians on horseback at Billings. Photo by C.T. Steeb.

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  • Bird Shirt

    Miller, Fred E

    Portrait of Crow Indian, Bird Shirt. Smithsonian Negative 56299, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. Listed at the Smithsonian under Glass Negatives of Indians (Collected by th…

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  • Plain Owl

    Unknown

    Crow Indian Portrait of Plain Owl. A Fred Miller photo. (from Mickey Old Coyote collection). Wearing long head dress; standing by tipi;

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  • Crow Indians on Horseback

    Throssel, Richard

    Crow Indians of Montana. K.F. Roahen photo of several men in full warrior dress ready for a parade.

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  • Crow Indian Women

    Finch

    Two unidentified Crow Indian women studio portrait. A Finch photo (Finch was a very early Billings photographer). Back is stamped Yellowstone Historical Society. This is one of the photos brought back…

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  • Crow Indian Men in Full Warrior Outfits

    Throssel, Richard

    Crow men in full warrior regalia returning to camp on Pryor Creek through Pryor Gap. Photo by Richard Throssel, 1907. See Crow Indian Photographer: The Work of Richard Throssel by Peggy Albright (Auth…

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  • Plenty Coups

    Bailey, R. H

    Crow Chief Plenty Coups, circa 1925. On back identified as Chief Plenty Coups, Chief of the Crows. Taken at site of Fort Custer when monument was dedicated. Plenty Coups (otherwise known as Aleek-chea…

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  • Old Coyote

    Haynes, Frank J

    Portrait of the young Crow Old Coyote, as identified by Holds the Enemy. Photo by Frank Jay Haynes. 1883. See The Way of the Warrior: Stories of the Crow People by Phenocia Bauerle (Editor) , Henry Ol…

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  • Crow Indian Family

    Miller, Fred E

    Crow Indian family by tipi identified as Curley, his wife, Takes a Shield, and child Dora Curley (George Old Elk's mother). Smithsonian has the date as 1897, a year before Miller begins work at Crow A…

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