• Curly

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Curley, Custer's last surviving Crow Scout.' Handwritten note on back (from Myrtle Cooper?) : His grandson, Danny Old Elk, played in Jeremiah Johnson (movie) of life of 'Liver Eating' Johnston…

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  • Curly

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of Curly, the famous Crow scout in the United States Army during the Sioux Wars, who scouted for Custer before the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Photo circa 1915. Photographer K..F Roahan als…

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  • [Curly with a boy on horseback].

    Curly, a Crow Indian man, stands next to a young non-native man who is on horseback. Curley wears a jacket, pants, and gloves, and holds a brimmed hat in one hand. The young man wears pants, shirt wit…

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  • [Curly, Custer's scout].

    Miller, Fred E., 1868-1936

    Portrait (bust) of Curly, a Crow Indian man. He is wearing a fabric shirt, a large shell choker necklace, and an earring. Ribbons are tied around his long braids. Note: In April 2016 Grant Bulltail pr…

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  • Curly, one of General Custer's scouts

    Portrait of Curly, a Crow Indian who served as one of General Custer's scouts in the famous encounter on the Little Big Horn. Young Native American man in studio portrait with braids, shell necklaces…

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  • Curly, Crow Indian Scout for Gen. Custer.

    Roahen, Kenneth F., 1888-1976

    Portrait (bust) of Curley, a Crow Indian man. He is wearing a shirt, jacket with fringe, neckerchief, and feather headdress decorated with beads and ermine pelts. Note: Curly died in 1923, before K. F…

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  • Curley [Crow Indian].

    Portrait of Curly, an elderly Crow Indian man, standing outdoors by the entrance to a teepee or tent. He is wearing a patterned blanket wrapped around his shoulders and arms.

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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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  • [Curly with feathered shield].

    Portrait of Curley, a Crow Indian man, standing outdoors. He wears an apron, leggings, and a long feather headdress decorated with ermine pelts. He is holding a shield that has feathers hanging around…

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  • Curley, General Custer's scout and only survivor of that Horrible Massacre of 1876.

    Barry, D. F. (David Francis), 1854-1934

    Portrait (profile) of Curley, a young Crow Indian man. He is wearing a cloth shirt, earring, necklaces, and fur decorations in his braids. Note: The Denver Public Library has a large collection of D.F…

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  • Curly on a horse

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Curley, Crow Scout for Custer.' young man mounted in front of tipi. Smithsonian Institution Notes: copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the se…

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  • Curly

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Curley, Custer's last surviving Crow Scout.' Handwritten note on back (from Myrtle Cooper?) : His grandson, Danny Old Elk, played in Jeremiah Johnson (movie) of life of 'Liver Eating' Johnston…

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  • [Curly, Medicine Crow, and White Man Runs Him].

    Three elderly Crow Indian men (Curley, Medicine Crow, and White Man Runs Him) sit together on the ground in front of a teepee. White Man Runs Him wears a jacket, gloves, and brimmed hat with a feather…

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  • Portrait of Curly

    Fred E. Miller

    Portrait of Curly, the famous Crow scout in the United States Army during the Sioux Wars, who scouted for Custer before the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Photo circa 1915. Photographer K..F Roahan als…

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  • [Medicine Crow, White Man Runs Him, and Curly].

    Portrait of three elderly Crow Indian men (Medicine Crow, White Man Runs Him, and Curley) standing together outdoors. The men wear shirts decorated with ermine pelts, aprons, and feather headdresses.…

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  • Curly

    Fred E. Miller

    Crow. 'Curley, Crow Scout for Custer.' young man mounted in front of tipi. Smithsonian Institution Notes: copy from a sepia print; John Fields (1967), grandson of the photographer, thought that the se…

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  • Curley fixing up.

    Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)

    View of a Crow Indian man, Curley or Curly, seated on the ground near a tipi frame and a tarp. On the ground by him are a beaded bag, bucket, wooden box, and other items.

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