• Fort Custer (Mont.)

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    Fort Custer Officers' Quarters. 8 buildings (appear to be duplexes), sidewalk, and small . Appears to face the parade grounds.

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  • Livery Barn at Fort Custer

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    Livery Barn at Fort Custer. Big Horn Post established in 1877 to connect Fort Keogh at Tongue River Cantonment. Renamed Fort Custer by November, 1877. Order closed by the military in 1898 - it was loc…

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  • Lechner's Dairy at Fort Custer

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    Fort Custer, Lechner's' Dairy. House, outbuildings, Wright windmill; Horse-drawn vehicles;

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  • Fort Custer, Montana

    Mounted troops lined up in formation at Fort Custer, southeast of Hardin, in Bighorn County, Montana.

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  • Six Crow Scouts

    Fred E. Miller

    Six Crow scouts at Fort Custer in April 1877.' Could be in 1897. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy (9/68) from original photograph lent by Mrs. Hulda Miller Fields, Missoula, Montana, through John F…

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  • Fort Custer (Mont.)

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    Fort Custer Officers' Quarters. 8 buildings (appear to be duplexes), sidewalk, and small . Appears to face the parade grounds.

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  • Indian parade on Fort Custer's parade ground.

    Goff, O. S. (Orlando Scott), 1843-1917

    Long line of men, probably Crow Indians, standing in front of a large building at Fort Custer, Montana. Several men stand in front of the line, one is holding a United States flag. Note: Bud Lake iden…

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  • Stage Station at Fort Custer

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    Fort Custer, Stage Station. Stage possibly changing horses on stage. 5 men--one Native American

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  • Lechner's Dairy at Fort Custer

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    Fort Custer, Lechner's' Dairy. House, outbuildings, Wright windmill; Horse-drawn vehicles;

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  • Livery Barn at Fort Custer

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    Livery Barn at Fort Custer. Big Horn Post established in 1877 to connect Fort Keogh at Tongue River Cantonment. Renamed Fort Custer by November, 1877. Order closed by the military in 1898 - it was loc…

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  • Six Crow Scouts

    Fred E. Miller

    Six Crow scouts at Fort Custer in April 1877.' Could be in 1897. Smithsonian Institution Notes: Copy (9/68) from original photograph lent by Mrs. Hulda Miller Fields, Missoula, Montana, through John F…

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  • 1st Cavalry Band Leader

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    Fort Custer, 1st Cavalry Band Leader (unidentified) formal portrait in uniform, hat on table, and holding a sword.

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  • Fort Custer. Officer's quarters.

    Huffman, L. A. (Laton Alton), 1854-1931

    Vintage negative number : 459 View of row of frame buildings. Men, women, and children discernible.

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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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  • Stage Station at Fort Custer

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    Fort Custer, Stage Station. Stage possibly changing horses on stage. 5 men--one Native American

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