"This photo was in Montana and while Mr. Morrow was taking the pictures he was shot at by an Indian that objected to his taking the photo. Mr. Morrow was a good runner and the Indian a poor shot. This spot was about a mile from the river where the "Boat" was taking on wood. The captain of the boat advised Mr. Morrow to not go for the photo; but he went anyhow and nearly lost his life. Mr. Morrow never went armed, he spoke the Sioux language very good." (Photographic Gems from the Great North-West)
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Photographed and Published by Stanley J. Morrow, Yankton, D.T.
Photographs from the Montana Historical Society
Stanley J. Morrow stereograph collection (ST 003)
Genre (Short List)
1 stereograph : 3 3/4" x 3 1/4" b&w prints on 4" x 7" mount