Native American

Lone Tree, An Apsaroke (Crow) Indian: 1908

Lone Tree, An Apsaroke (Crow) Indian: 1908

Early 1900s photo of Lone Tree, an Apsaroke (Crow) Indian. Native American portrait taken in 1908 by photographer Edward S. Curtis. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Lakota Warrior, White Man Justice: 1891

Lakota Warrior, White Man Justice: 1891

Tasunka-Ota, aka Plenty or Many Horses. Oglala Lakota man, slayer of Lieutenant Edward Casey, near Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Shown with U.S. Army soldiers and cannon. He was eventually found not guilty and freed because it was determined that he killed Casey while at war. Photo taken in 1891 by photographer John C.H. Grabill. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Son of Bull Chief: 1908

Son of Bull Chief: 1908

Hoop On the Forehead, Crow Indian (Apsaaloke, Apsaroke, Absarokee), Montana. Born 1852-53, he was a Mountain Crow and son of Bull Chief. He fasted for a vision three times, and first went to war at the age of 18.

Indian Revolt Instigator: 1890

Indian Revolt Instigator: 1890

Little, Oglala band leader who instigated the Indian Revolt at Pine Ridge. Native American studio portrait of Little wearing a turkey feather headdress and holding various weapons, 1890. John C. H. Grabill, photographer. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Crow Indian Group: early 1900s

Crow Indian Group: early 1900s

Portrait of a group of Crow Indians men in full ceremonial dress. Harris & Ewing, photographer. Photo taken between 1905 and 1945. LOC original medium: glass negative.

Native American Boys: 1938

Native American Boys: 1938

Native American boys in ceremonial costumes, with bicycle, 1938 or 1939. Harris & Ewing, photographer. Vintage photo provided by LOC. Original Medium: glass negative.

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