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    • A Blackfeet man in full ceremonial dance

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Tipis; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Indian men
    • A Blackfeet man in full ceremonial dance outfit stands outside a tipi, gazing across a lake. A Pendleton style blanket hangs in front of the door. Browning, Montana area.
    • A family group in front of a teepee by a lake

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    • Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.); Tipis; Indians of North America; Lakes
    • A family group in front of a teepee by a lake. Likely on the Flathead Reservation, Montana.
    • A Flathead Chief.

    • 1944
    • Salish Indians; Indians of North America; Indian men; Bow and arrow; Indigenous peoples
    • A Flathead Chief (Sam Resurrection) with bow.
    • A Flathead dance

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    • Salish Indians; Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.); Indian dance; Indian decoration and ornament; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs; Tipis
    • A Flathead dance
    • A group of Native American women and children

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    • Indians of North America; Women; Children; Missions
    • A group of Native American women and children pose in front of a building. The building is probably the Mission Church on the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana. Many of the women in the photograph are wrapped in blankets. The children wear coats and...
    • A Mission group

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    • Indians of North America; Saint Ignatius Mission (Lake County, Mont.)
    • A family portrait, near Saint Ignatius Mission, Montana. Ten Indians in native dress. Boos #17.
    • A young child on an Indian horse

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    • Indians of North America; Horses
    • Papoose and Cayuse (young child on a horse) in a typical Indian saddle. Boos 369.
    • Aeneas, Chief of the Kootenai

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    • Kootenai Indians; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers;
    • Image of a picture of Aeneas, Chief of the Kootenai.
    • Agath, a well dressed young Indian woman

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    • Indians of North America; Indian women; Indian decoration and ornament
    • Agath 'Skomelton - maiden'. A well dressed young Indian woman with a blanket draped over one arm. Boos #23.
    • Agatha Ogden Finley

    • 1945
    • Indians of North America; Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.); Post Creek (Mont.); Indian women
    • Agatha Ogden Finley at her birthplace on Post Creek between Saint Ignatius and Ronan, Montana.
    • Agnes Pablo

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907
    • Indians of North America; Indian women; Indian youth; Horses; Tipis; Bitterroot River Valley (Mont.)
    • Agnes Pablo. A woman on horse with a child sitting behind her. Tipis in the background. Probably taken in Bitterroot Valley, Montana.
    • Al Childs, Crow

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    • Indians of North America; Crow Indians; Indian dance lodges
    • Al Child in the Mouth, Crow, stands outside the Sun Dance lodge.
    • Alex Bonaparte

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907
    • Indians of North America; Horses; Mountains; Indigenous peoples; Salish Indians;
    • Alex Bonaparte and unidentified man, both on horseback. Portions of a fence and another horse are in the near background. Mountains are in the far background.
    • Alexan on a horse in front of a teepee

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    • Indians of North America; Horses; Tipis; Indian men; Indian decoration and ornament
    • Alexan on a horse in front of a teepee with buildings in the background. Boos #51.
    • An Indian boy dressed in native finery

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    • Indians of North America; Indian decoration and ornament
    • A young Indian boy dressed in native finery and carrying feathers and a white pelt, his name is Joe (Lat-lat-tee). Boos #20.
    • An Indian Camp in Hell Gate Canyon.

    • 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894; 1895; 1896; 1897; 1898; 1899
    • Missoula (Mont.); Tipis; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Camps; Cattle
    • An Indian Camp in Hell Gate Canyon, just east of Missoula, Montana. Cattle drive in foreground.
    • An Indian camp showing teepees

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    • Indians of North America; Tipis
    • An Indian camp showing teepees in the distance against a background of trees. N-goeit-spielgu-ial 'many tents in a circle'. Boos #202.
    • Andrew Valler, wife and kids

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    • Indians of North America; Kootenai Indians; Cree Indians; Cradleboards; Indigenous peoples
    • Image description reads: ""Andrew Valler, half-breed Cree; with Kootenai wife and kids"" (one child in cradleboard)
    • Antiste, Josh Chiefhat, Mose Auld

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    • Kootenai Indians; Men; Indians of North America; Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.); Indigenous peoples
    • From image description: 'Antiste and Josh Chiefhat, Kootenai, Mose Auld (half Chinaman).' Written on photograph: 'Kootenai Indians, Camas Mont. Flathead Reservation.'
    • Antoine E-lum-ski-em and family

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    • Indians of North America; Cradleboards; Infant carriers; Headgear; Indian decoration and ornament
    • Indian family, Antoine E-lum-ski-em in a roached headdress, two women in typical costume, two children standing in front of Antoine. One woman holding an infant in a decorated cradleboard. Boos #90.
    • Antoine Kiser and Big Mouth Paul

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    • Indians of North America; Indian men; Indian decoration and ornament
    • Two Indians, Antoine Kiser and Big Mouth Paul, standing on a blanket alongside a stream, Antoine dressed as a typical male Indian and Big Mouth Paul dressed in a skirt, necklace, and long hair not in braids. Boos #62.
    • Arliss Whiteman branding on Reed Farm

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    • Indians of North America; Cattle -- Marking
    • Branding on Reed Farm, Arliss Whiteman. Two men restrain a cow while a man on horseback in the background rides away.
    • Arrow throw, Lodge Grass, Montana

    • 1987
    • Indians of North America; Indians of North America -- Games; Indian men; Lodge Grass (Mont.)
    • District champions arrow throw, Lodge Grass, Montana. A group stands in a semicircle with spectators seated in lawn chair. Cars and trucks can be seen behind the group. Arrows are stuck in the ground near the semicircle of people.
    • Assembling for the Crow Fair parade

    • 1939
    • Indians of North America; Crow Fair; Crow Agency (Mont.); Parades
    • Assembling for the Crow Fair parade in northeast section of camp, Crow Agency, Montana.
    • Bear Chief's Feast

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    • Indians of North America; Fasts and feasts
    • Bear Chief's Feast in the ceremonial lodge. Group of Native Americans sit within a partially constructed shelter. A large quantity of buckets can be seen on the ground. Two people hold up black umbrellas.
    • Bessie Well-Off-Man and Cecilia Parker

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    • Indians of North America; Ojibwa Indians; Indian children; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Dwellings
    • Cecilia Parker and Bessie Well-Off-Man standing in front of a house.
    • Beyond. Chief Koostata next to the Flathead River

    • 1922
    • Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Kootenai Indians; Kings, queens, rulers, etc.; Flathead River (B.C. and Mont.); Waterfalls
    • Beyond. Chief Koostata next to a big rapid on the Flathead River, Montana. A pelt, possibly otter, is draped over one arm.
    • Bitter Root digging grounds

    • 1917-06-01
    • Missoula (Mont.); Indians of North America; Salish Indians; Families; Bitterroot
    • A Salish family camps at the Bitter Root digging grounds, now the campus of the University of Montana, Missoula. The man holds a cradleboard. Mount Sentinel is in the background.
    • Blackfeet boy in headdress

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    • Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation of Montana; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Headgear; Indian beadwork; Tipis; Dogs
    • Hand tinted image identified as a Blackfeet boy in a headdress. He also wears several beaded necklaces. A dog is behind the boy, and tipis can be seen in the background.
    • Blackfeet child on saddle

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    • Indians of North America; Children; Siksika Indians; Wagons; Missoula Mercantile Company; Saddlery; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet member, no location. Child on saddle, Missoula Mercantile wagon in background.
    • Blackfeet child on saddle

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    • Indians of North America; Children; Siksika Indians; Wagons; Missoula Mercantile Company; Saddlery; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet child sitting on saddle. Location unknown.
    • Blackfeet couple next to painted tipi

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    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Tipis; Siksika Indians; Indian men; Indian women
    • An elderly Blackfeet man and woman pose next to a traditionally painted tipi. She sits on the ground, wearing a ""white-mans"" hat and holding a carved toy horse and rider. Her dress in beaded, trimmed with cowrie shells or elk teeth. She has a...
    • Blackfeet encampment

    • 1899; 1900; 1901
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Tipis; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Horses; Indian women; Indian children
    • Scene within a Blackfeet encampment; Two women, both in native dress, one is seated on the ground, and one is standing holding an infant: they are surrounded by tipis, horses appear in the background. Browning, Montana vicinity.
    • Blackfeet Indians and child

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    • Indians of North America; Tipis; Women; Children; Siksika Indians; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet members, no location. Two adults and a child, teepees in the background.
    • Blackfeet man and woman in native dress

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Glacier National Park (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Indian women; Horses; Siksika Indians; Rivers
    • A Blackfeet man and woman on horses standing on the bank of a creek in the Glacier Park, Montana vicinity. The man is on a pinto pony, the woman on a buckskin.
    • Blackfeet man and woman on horses

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Horses; Indian men; Indian women; Headgear
    • A Blackfeet man and woman posed on horses standing next to a creek or lake in the Browning, Montana vicinity. Both are attired in Native dress; the man is wearing an eagle feather war bonnet.
    • Blackfeet man and women in native dress

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Indian men; Horses; Tipis; Indian women
    • A somewhat posed photo of a group of Blackfeet men and women in native dress. Two men are mounted on horses; two tipis, unpainted, appear in the background. Photo taken in the Browning, Montana vicinity.
    • Blackfeet man mounted on horse

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Indian men; Horses; Tipis
    • Blackfeet man mounted on horse. He is the same man appearing in photo 76.0312. He is dressed in a buckskin shirt trimmed in ermine; he carries a lance in one hand and a shield in the other. The saddle blanket is rather interestingly decorated. ...
    • Blackfeet man with pipe.

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    • Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Siksika Indians; Tobacco pipes
    • Blackfeet man with pipe and other artifacts including a bear skin rug, spear, drum, hides and blanket.
    • Blackfeet members

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    • Indians of North America; Tipis; Automobiles; Women; Children; Siksika Indians; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet members (unidentified). Woman and child in front teepee. Automobiles in background. Location unknown.
    • Blackfeet members

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    • Indians of North America; Women; Children; Siksika Indians; Rivers; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet members (unidentified). Woman and child on river bank.
    • Blackfeet men and women in native ceremonial dress

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Siksika Indians; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Indian men; Indian women; Headgear; Sun dance; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs
    • A group of Blackfeet men and women in native ceremonial dress. (note with image: This photo is interesting and significant in that it shows a woman with horned single trailed eagle feathered war bonnet with ermine skin side drops. She may be the...
    • Blackfeet men and women in native dress

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Tipis; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Horses
    • A large group of Blackfeet men and women in native dress, mounted on horses posed amid a tipi encampment. There is a large tipi in the foreground, painted, sporting a 46 star American flag atop one of the lodge poles. Browning , Montana area.
    • Blackfeet men and women riding in to camp

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Indians of North America; Indian men; Indian women; Tipis; Horses; Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation of Montana; Glacier National Park (Mont.)
    • A group of Blackfeet men and women riding in to camp; all in native dress. The men lead, the women are behind pulling travois. Four women stand or sit outside one of the tipis. Glacier Park, Montana environs.
    • Blackfeet men sitting inside a Sun Dance Lodge

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Siksika Indians; Sun dance; Indian dance lodges; Headgear
    • Blackfeet men sitting inside a Sun Dance Lodge. The man appearing on the left side of the photo is dressed in old time Blackfeet dress: beaded buckskins and a vertical eagle feather bonnet. A willow-back rest appears at the rear of the photo....
    • Blackfeet woman and child

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    • Indians of North America; Women; Children; Siksika Indians; Rivers; Indigenous peoples
    • Blackfeet members (unidentified). Woman and child on river bank.
    • Blackfeet woman on a horse with travois

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    • Siksika Indians; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian women; Horses; Cradleboards; Horse-drawn vehicles
    • A Blackfeet woman, mounted on a horse, dragging a travois behind her. Woman is carrying a fully beaded baby carrier on her back. (Image is from an unknown publication).
    • Blackfeet woman with infant in cradle board

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907; 1908; 1909; 1910
    • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.); Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian women; Indian children; Cradleboards; Tipis; Indian art; Siksika Indians
    • Blackfeet woman in native dress holding an infant in a cradle board. Cradle board reflects Chippewa-Cree influence, while the cover is more of the traditional Sioux style. The woman's dress is Blackfeet, however, the tipi door appearing in the...
    • Blackfoot chiefs, Browning, Montana

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Browning (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indian men; Indian featherwork; Indian decoration and ornament
    • Blackfoot chiefs, Browning, Montana. Six Native American men stand in a field. Some wear ceremonial headdresses or War Bonnets. Two houses are visible in the background.
    • Bob Small in full Indian dress

    • 1906
    • Cree Indians; Indian children; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Tipis; Indian beadwork
    • Bob Small 'Bob Tail' KES-KAH-YO in full Indian dress on Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. The boy wears leggings, moccasins, and a beaded chocker. He stands in front of a tipi. (Name of photographer and date of photograph from Montana Historical...
    • Bringing in the sun dance pole

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    • Sun dance; Indians of North America; Indian dance; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs; Horses
    • A group of people on horses. Image is entitled: Bringing in the sun dance pole. (Probably Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.)
    • Browning, diorama at the Plains Indian Museum

    • 1966
    • Museum of the Plains Indian and Crafts Center (U.S.); Indians of North America -- Great Plains; Museums
    • Browning, Montana. Diorama at the Plains Indian Museum. Slide #177 in K. D. Swan's 'Glacier Park' slide show.
    • Browning, diorama at the Plains Indian Museum; Diorama

    • 1966
    • Museum of the Plains Indian and Crafts Center (U.S.); Diorama; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- Great Plains; Museum exhibits
    • Browning, Montana. Diorama at the Plains Indian Museum. Slide #175 in K. D. Swan's 'Glacier Park' slide show. The diorama shows Native Americans engaged in various daily activities near tipis. Several horses are in the background.
    • Buffalo bonnet on display

    • 1983; 1984; 1985
    • Kootenai Indians; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian art; Mansfield Library; Linderman, Frank Bird, 1869-1938 -- Art collections; Headgear
    • Buffalo bonnet on display. Linderman display, Montana Room, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, the University of Montana, Missoula
    • Building the first jail

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    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Jails; Indians of North America
    • People helping to build the first jail on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. Photograph shows three Native Americans with braid working with another man. Buildings can be seen in the background of the photograph. Shovels and wheelbarrows can be...
    • Camp at Crow Fair

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    • Indians of North America; Crow Fair; Automobiles
    • Camp scene at Crow Fair. Groups of people can be seen at edge of fields, cars visible in the background.
    • Camp scene at Crow Fair

    • 1939
    • Indians of North America; Crow Fair; Crow Agency (Mont.)
    • Camp scene with meat drying on pole at Crow Fair, Crow Agency, Montana.
    • Cataldo Mission, Idaho.

    • 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894; 1895; 1896; 1897; 1898; 1899
    • Coeur d'Alene Mission of the Sacred Heart (Cataldo, Idaho); Church buildings; Indians of North America -- Missions; Jesuits -- Missions
    • Old Indian Mission in Idaho, Cataldo. Built in 1843 by three Jesuit Priests and Indians without square or nails.
    • Center pole with buffalo head, Crow Agency

    • 1941
    • Indians of North America; Crow Agency (Mont.); Sun dance; Crow indians; Tipis
    • Center pole with buffalo head, Crow Agency, Montana. The center pole has three main objects attached to it. The buffalo head, eagle and a bundle of willows. The Center Pole also has three or four black lines at the base marking the length of the...
    • Center pole with buffalo head, Crow Agency

    • 1941
    • Indians of North America; Crow Agency (Mont.); Sun dance; Crow indians
    • Center pole with buffalo head, Crow Agency, Montana. The center pole has three main objects attached to it. The buffalo head, eagle and a bundle of willows. The center pole also has three or four black lines at the base marking the length of the...
    • Charlie Chippewa

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    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Ojibwa Indians; Indians of North America; Indian men
    • Portrait of Charlie Chippewa, brother of Chief Rocky Boy.
    • Cheyenne Indian dance

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    • Cheyenne Indians; Indians of North America -- Great Plains; Indian dance; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs
    • A large group of Cheyenne Indians dancing. Boos #629. The tops of tipis can be seen in the background.
    • Chief Big Rock

    • 1916
    • Great Falls (Mont.); Indians of North America; Shamans; Tipis; Ojibwa Indians; Indigenous peoples
    • First photograph ever made of Chief Big Rock (77), medicine man of Chippewa Indians, in front of teepee or lodge furnished by Charles M. Russell in 1916 on rear of lot of Theodore Gibson's 4th Street and 4th Avenue property, Great Falls, MT. Big...
    • Chief Charlo

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    • Charlot, Kalispel chief, approximately 1831-1900; Tipis; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers; Salish Indians
    • Chief Charlo stands in front of tipi. He wears a headdress.
    • Chief Charlo and friends

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    • Charlot, Kalispel Chief, approximately 1831-1900; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples
    • Image entitled ""Friends"" (Chief Charlo and two unidentified Native Americans). Chief Charlo died in 1910.
    • Chief Charlo of the Flatheads on horseback

    • 1906; 1907
    • Indians of North America; Horses
    • Indian, Chief Charlo of the Flathead Indians on horseback wearing a 'Garfield' Hat. 'Chief Charlos Slem-hi-kay (Claw of the Little Grizzly)'. American flag is raised in the hand of one of the Natives on horseback. Boos #702.
    • Chief Charlo, Secretary Garfield and their sons

    • 1907-08-01
    • Indians of North America; Charlot, Kalispel chief, approximately 1831-1900; Garfield, James Rudolph, 1865-1950; Public officers; Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation, Montana; Salish Indians; Indigenous peoples
    • Chief Charlo and Secretary Garfield and their sons. A number of other individuals stand behind the men. An American flag flies on a pole, and mountains are in the background.
    • Chief Charlo's house

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    • Charlot, Kalispel Chief, approximately 1831-1900 -- Homes and haunts; Dwellings; Log buildings; Indians of North America; Salish Indians; Indigenous peoples
    • Chief Charlo's house, an abandoned log house. Mountains are in the background. Photograph is taken looking west.
    • Chief Chewing Black Bones

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    • Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Tipis; Siksika Indians
    • Chief Chewing Blackbones sitting on ground near tepee. Photo released May, 1933
    • Chief Joseph Standing Bear (Judge)

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    • Indians of North America; Horses; Indian men
    • Indian man on saddled horse, Chief Joseph Standing Bear (Judge). Boos #42.
    • Chief Kai-Kai-She

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    • Indians of North America; Indian women
    • Chief Kai-Kai-She an older Indian with long light hair and a blanket over his shoulder. Boos #14.
    • Chief Kenawash

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    • Ojibwa Indians; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers; Indian beadwork; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • Photo Portrait of Chief Kenawash. He wears a beaded belt.
    • Chief Kenawash

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    • Ojibwa Indians; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers; Indian beadwork; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America -- Clothing; Indian beadwork
    • A studio portrait of Chief Kenawash on Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. He wears a headdress.
    • Chief Koostata in full ceremonial dress.

    • 1922
    • Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Kootenai Indians; Kings, queens, rulers, etc.
    • Chief Koostata in full ceremonial dress. A pelt, possibly otter, is draped over one arm.
    • Chief Koostata, Josh Chiefhat, and Mose Auld

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    • Kootenai Indians; Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America; Men; Tipis; Indigenous peoples
    • From image description: 'Chief Koostata, Josh Chiefhat, and Mose Auld (half Chinaman).' Written on photograph: 'Kootenai Indians, Camas, Mont., Flathead Reservation.'
    • Chief Koostata, wife and stepdaughter

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    • Kootenai Indians; Men; Women; Children; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples
    • Chief Koostata, wife and stepdaughter, Kootenai (portrait)
    • Chief Little Bear

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    • Little Bear, Cree chief, 1851-1921; Cree Indians; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Indian blankets; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers
    • Portrait of Chief Little Bear of the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. He sits on a blanket with a blanket covering his legs. Part of a pole-framed structure can be seen, and one of the poles casts a shadow across Chief Little Bear's face and torso.
    • Chief Louison dressed in an elaborate costume

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    • Indians of North America; Headgear; Indian men; Indian decoration and ornament
    • Indian man, Chief Louison, dressed in an elaborate costume with an eagle feathered headdress. Boos #105.
    • Chief Louison, standing, finely dressed

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    • Indians of North America; Headgear; Indian men; Indian decoration and ornament
    • Indian man, Chief Louison, standing, finely dressed, with an eagle feather headdress and holding an Indian tomahawk. Boos #106.
    • Chief Martin Charlo at Indian hearing

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    • Courthouses; Men; Indian men; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers;
    • Chief Martin Charlo at Indian hearing, Missoula, Montana. Two unidentified men are also visible in the picture. Chief Charlo is in the center.
    • Chief Martin Charlo with sash

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    • Courthouses; Men; Indian men; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers;
    • Chief Martin Charlo at Indian hearing with sash given to him by Governor Isaac Stevens. Missoula, Montana.
    • Chief Moise

    • 1907; 1908; 1909
    • Indians of North America; Indian men; Indian decoration and ornament
    • Chief Moise in full ceremonial dress. Boos #747.
    • Chief Rocky Boy

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    • Rocky Boy (Ojibwa chief); Ojibwa Indians; Indian men; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers; Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana
    • Chief Rocky Boy, chief of the Rocky Boy Reservation. Deer Lodge, Montana.
    • Chief Shell on the Neck, Crow, Montana

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    • Crow Mission (Mont.); Indian men; Indians of North America
    • Chief Shell on the Neck, Crow, Montana. Native American man stands in a field with a bell tower behind him. Open rolling-hill grassland can be seen in the background.
    • Chief Two Moons, Northern Cheyenne

    • 1909; 1910; 1911
    • Lame Deer (Mont.); Indian men; Indians of North America
    • Chief Two Moons, Northern Cheyenne, Lame Deer, Montana. Native American man stands in front of a brick building holding eagle feathers in his right hand.
    • Chiefhat, Kootenai

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    • Kootenai Indians; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Men
    • Chiefhat, Kootenai
    • Chiefhat, Kootenai

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    • Kootenai Indians; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Men
    • Chiefhat, Kootenai
    • Cla-at-la Rivias

    • 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; 1906; 1907
    • Indians of North America; Salish Indians; Horses; Tipis; Indian women
    • Cla-at-la Rivias. Indian woman mounted on a horse in the Mission Valley near Saint Ignatius, Montana. Mission falls visible in the background. Boos #609.
    • Class at Saint Labre School

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    • St. Labre Indian Mission School (Ashland, Mont.); Schools; Church schools; Catholic schools; Boarding schools; Students; Nuns; Priests; Ashland (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples
    • Photograph of children and their teachers at Saint Labre Boarding School near Ashland, Montana. Father Vermaat in back row.
    • Clothing give-away for women

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    • Children; Women; Indians of North America
    • A group of unidentified women and children stand outdoors. The large building on the right behind the group is probably the Mission church on the Rocky Boy's Reservation in Montana. Many of the women are wrapped in blankets. The children wear coats...
    • Construction of the Sun Dance Lodge

    • 1941
    • Indians of North America; Crow Agency (Mont.); Sun dance; Crow indians
    • Charlie Ten Bear talks with signs while Truhujo (the Sun Dance Chief) listens, Crow Agency, Montana. This was only the second Sun Dance among the Apsaalooke since 1875. The first being in Pryor, Montana, one month before.
    • Council sun dance camp

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    • Sun dance; Indians of North America; Indian councils; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America -- Clothing
    • Council sun dance camp, Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. A group of Native American sit in a circle. Several men on horseback are just outside the circle. Many of the men wear Native American attire; some wear headdresses.
    • Cree Indian village.

    • 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894; 1895; 1896; 1897; 1898; 1899
    • Tipis; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Cree Indians; Camps; Missoula County (Mont.)
    • Cree Indian village. Location unknown, possibly near what is now East Missoula.
    • Crow Fair costume judging

    • 1939
    • Indians of North America; Crow Fair; Crow Agency (Mont.); Indian decoration and ornament
    • Gathering for costume judging at Crow Fair. Several riders on horseback with American flags.

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