• A Crow Indian camp.

    Griffing, Robert W

    A small Crow Indian camp near a hill with three teepees, wall tents, and shade arbors made of tree branches. A two-wheeled cart is in front of a tent and a dog walks through the camp. Printed on the p…

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  • Home of Montana Indians.

    Roahen, Kenneth F., 1888-1976

    A man, possibly a Crow Indian, rides a horse in front of four teepees and a shade arbor made of tree branches. He is wearing a feather headdress. A few people sit under the arbor and a woman stands ne…

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  • Crow woman and 2 tipis.

    Throssel, Richard, -1933

    A Crow Indian woman wearing a blanket and headscarf walks between two large teepees. A frame made of sticks holds a blanket or tarp in front of the teepees. Other teepees are seen in the distance.

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  • [Teepee and wall tent].

    A small teepee and a wall tent, possibly at a Crow Indian campsite. Next to the teepee is a large bundle. Behind the camp are a fence and a hillside. This photograph is from a scrapbook and may have b…

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  • [Woman on a horse near a teepee].

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

    An unidentified woman in a long skirt and riding cap sitting sidesaddle on a horse. She is also wearing eyeglasses. Behind the woman are two teepees, one with logs around the base, and a large buildin…

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  • Crow Indians at Pryor, Mont.

    Wildschut, William, 1883-1955

    Two young non-native boys sit next to a large Crow Indian teepee near Pryor, Montana. Other teepees, including one painted with a circle and other designs, a wall tent, and a wagon are also in the cam…

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  • Sharing water on the Little Big Horn.

    Sharp, Joseph Henry, 1859-1953

    A large teepee camp, probably of the Crow Indians, on the bank of the Little Bighorn River. In the camp are people, teepees, wall tents, horses, and wagons. Horses, some on long ropes and some with ri…

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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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  • Chief Holds the Enemy, Crow Indian.

    Wildschut, William, 1883-1955

    Holds the Enemy, an elderly Crow Indian man, stands next to a large teepee. He wears a long feather headdress and holds a tomahawk. The teepee has a tarp or cloth closure attached to the entrance and…

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  • Crow camp with 8 tipis.

    Throssel, Richard, -1933

    Eight Crow Indian teepees are set up near a row of trees. Also in the camp are a wagon loaded with hay or straw, a small corral, horses, other wagons, a buggy, and a frame built of branches.

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  • [Crow Indian gathering and tipis].

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

    Group of people, probably Crow Indians, gathered around a large teepee and a shelter made of poles and branches. Behind are other teepees and more people, some on horseback. Note: Bud Lake identified…

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  • Crow Indian camp, white visitors.

    Miller, Fred E., 1868-1936

    Non-natives, including two men with a horse-drawn wagon (buckboard) and a man and young boy riding double on horseback, are at a Crow Indian encampment. In the camp are teepees, wall tents, and other…

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  • Tipis in Winter

    Miller, Fred E

    Winter view of about 7 canvas tipis including a painted one, 1897-1910. Possibly Early Crow Fair, 1900s, at Pryor. Smithsonian Negative 56292, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institutio…

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  • Painting the sign of his medicine.

    Throssel, Richard, -1933

    An unidentified man, possibly a member of the Crow Indian tribe, is standing on a box and painting an image of an elk or deer on the outside of a teepee above the entrance. The man is bare-chested and…

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  • Crow Indians and Hunters

    Unknown

    Crow Indians and hunters Montana and Wyoming border about 1890.

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  • Crow Indian encampment with man on horseback and wagon.

    Miller, Fred E., 1868-1936

    A man wearing a brimmed hat and riding a horse travels by a Crow Indian camp. The camp has teepees, horses in harness, and several wagons (some covered with tarps). One small teepee is made with strip…

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  • [Teepee camp, drying meat].

    Locke & Peterson

    Camp, possibly a Crow Indian camp, with people, teepees, tents with stovepipes, wagons, horses, and racks with meat drying. In the distance are several buildings. Photo taken by Locke & Peterson (Dead…

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  • Tepee street Crow Indian Reservation.

    Wildschut, William, 1883-1955

    A large, two-color teepee is at the front of a row of other teepees on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana. Next to one teepee is a man on horseback holding a feather headdress. Beyond him are othe…

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  • [Hairy Moccasin and Corner of the Mouth and children].

    Miller, Fred E., 1868-1936

    Two elderly Crow Indian men, identified as Hairy Moccasin and Corner of the Mouth, stand near a teepee with three young children. One man wears a vest, jacket, and brimmed hat. The other wears a long…

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  • [Indian woman and teepee].

    An unidentified woman, possibly a member of the Crow Indian tribe, stands between two poles at the entrance to a teepee. She wears a dress decorated with elk teeth and fringe, and a long belt. Attache…

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