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    • 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...
    • Barnyard scene

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    • Farms; Barns; Dwellings; Automobiles; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • A barnyard scene showing buildings and house. A large number of parked cars are parked near the buildings. The photograph was likely take on, or near, the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana.
    • 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.
    • 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.)
    • 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.
    • 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 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 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 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.
    • Chippewa medicine man, Big Rock

    • 1915; 1916; 1917
    • Ojibwa Indians; Shamans; Tipis
    • Picture of Big Rock, medicine man of the Chippewa, in front of teepee or lodge furnished by Charles M. Russell on a lot at the rear of Theodore Gibson's home in Great Falls, Montana.
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Decoration Day

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    • Indians of North America; Memorial Day; Maypoles; Indian children; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • Celebration during Decoration Day. Young girls holding ribbons around a tree. Possibly on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana.
    • Edward Arkinson, Baptiste Samatt, Edward Eagleman

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    • Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Indian men; Indian youth
    • Indian man and two boys in full dress: Edward Arkinson, Baptiste Samatt, and Edward Eagleman on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. The stand in front of painted tipis.
    • Four Babies On Blanket

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    • Infants; Children
    • Four babies sitting on a blanket. A woman is visible in the far right of the image. Infants appear to be Native Americans. Background appears washed out due to sunshine.
    • Frank Linderman and Indians in front of a city building

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    • Indians of North America; Linderman, Frank Bird, 1869-1938
    • Native Americans and others standing in front of a city building, Frank Linderman is on the far right. A building sign, saying 'Life Insurance Co,' reflects in the windows of the building behind the men. Both buildings are brick.
    • George Watson 'White Head'

    • 1915; 1916; 1917
    • Indians of North America; Indian beadwork; Indians of North America -- Clothing
    • Studio portrait of George Watson (White Head). He wears a beaded vest and other beaded clothing.
    • Going to the Mission by sled

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    • Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Horse-drawn vehicles; Sleds; Indian women; Horses
    • People on a horse-drawn sled going to the Mission on the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana. Several women sit on the sled. A man and a women stand. The people appear to be Native American.
    • Havre, Montana

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    • Havre (Mont.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Indians of North America; Horse-drawn vehicles; Wagons
    • Scene in Havre, Montana. A group of Native Americans are in a circle in the street with people gathered around. A number of horse-drawn wagons are in the circle. Broadwater Brothers Drugs storefront is visible.
    • Holding an Indian Peace Flag of 1803

    • 1933-06
    • Linderman, Frank Bird, 1869-1938; Indians of North America; Indian men; Flags
    • Two unidentified Native American men and Frank Linderman hold an Indian Peace Flag of 1803 with Frank Linderman on the right. The flag is thin, and the bodies of the men holding the flag can be seen through it. Another man can be seen though the...
    • Indian children

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    • Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Indian children; School buildings; Boys; Girls
    • Group of Indian children of various ages stand in front of a building that may be a schoolhouse. Probably at Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.
    • Indian family

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    • Indians of North America; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Indian beadwork; Tipis; Indian men; Indian women; Indian children
    • A picture of an unidentified Indian family, likely on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. A man, woman, and five children stand in front of a tipi.
    • Indians in Havre, Montana

    • 1892
    • Indians of North America; Wagons; Havre (Mont.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
    • A group of Indians gather on the street in Havre, Montana. See photograph 89-0020.
    • Jim Denny family

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    • Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Families; Denny family
    • Studio photo of Jim Denny, 'Maggie,' William, and Florana on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana.
    • Larry Spotted Blanket and Bill Watson

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    • Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Agriculture; Farm equipment; Plows; Horses
    • Larry Spotted Blanket and Bill Watson. Watson sits on a horse-drawn disk plowing a field. Location is probably Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.
    • Left Hand Boy

    • 1918; 1919; 1920
    • Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Indians of North America -- Clothing
    • A studio portrait of Left Hand Boy on Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana.
    • Little Bear

    • 1894; 1895; 1896
    • Little Bear, Cree chief, 1851-1921; Cree Indians; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • Photo portrait of Little Bear with pipe on Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana.
    • Little Bear (Cree)

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    • Little Bear, Cree chief, 1851-1921; Cree Indians; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • Photo portrait of Little Bear of the Cree.
    • Little Bear and an unidentified man

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    • Little Bear, Cree chief, 1851-1921; Cree Indians; Indians of North America -- Kings and rulers; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • Studio portrait of Little Bear and an unidentified man and a dog. Little Bear wears leggings and a headdress. He stands with his hand on the seated man's shoulder.
    • Lumber yard

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    • Lumber-yards; Lumber trade -- Employees; Lumbering; Sawmills; Indians of North America; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • Men and horses work in a lumber yard and mill on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana.
    • Mary Chief Out

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    • Indians of North America; Indian women; Indian children; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Log buildings
    • Mary Chief Out holding a baby, Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. She stands in front of a log building.
    • Men outside Council Hall

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    • Indians of North America; Indian men; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Headgear
    • Men and boys pose for a photo outside of Council Hall. The men wear traditional Native American garb, and most have some form of headdress. The hall is a log building. Probably at Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.
    • Old Boy O-CHA-SE-MAS

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    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indian blankets
    • A picture of 'Old Boy' O-CHA-SE-MAS, wrapped in a blanket, on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. He stands on a blanket in front of what appears to be a tipi.
    • Old Council Hall

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    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • A picture of the Old Council Hall built before 1920 on the Rocky Boy Reservation. Snow is visible on the ground and on parts of the wooden structure.
    • Pioneer town

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    • Cities and towns; Frontier and pioneer life; Wagons; Horses; Automobiles
    • Pioneer town with wagons, likely in Montana. The town sits in a valley. The wagons and at least one automobile are on a hill above the town. An American flag flies near the wagons.
    • Rocky Boy Mission and Post Office

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    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.)
    • Rocky Boy Mission and Post Office. Montana. Log-sided building set at the base of a mountain. Signs on front of building read US Post Office and Rocky Boy Mission. A second building can be seen in the background on right of photograph.
    • Rocky Boy School

    • 1926; 1927; 1928
    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Indian reservations; Indian school children; Schools; Indians of North America -- Education
    • The first Rocky Boy School and the first Superintendent of the reservation, Mr. Parker, wearing the cap. A group of adults and children pose for the photographer in front of a log building.
    • Rosie Two Teeth beading a bag and a belt

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    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indian beadwork
    • Rosie Two Teeth beading a bag and a belt on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana.
    • Sun dance camp

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    • Sun dance; Indians of North America; Indian dance; Indian dance lodges; Tents; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs
    • Indians celebrating at the Sun dance camp. The sun dance structure, an open, circular framework of logs, is seen in the mid background. Tents are visible farther back. (Probably Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.)
    • Sun dance camp

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    • Sun dance; Indians of North America; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); ; Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana; Wagons; Automobiles
    • Indians celebrate at the sun dance camp, likely on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. Men, women, and children can be seen in the foreground. Some are on horseback; others are in wagons. Most of the people stand. Several automobiles are parked...
    • Sun dance camp

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    • Sun dance; Indians of North America; Indian dance; Tents; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs
    • A picture of the Sun dance camp on the plain. Location unknown (probably Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.)
    • Sun Dance Pole

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    • Sun dance; Indian dance; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Tipis
    • A picture of the Sun Dance Pole. Men seated and standing near it.
    • Sun Dance Structure

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    • Sun dance; Indian dance lodges; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Indian men; Indian dance
    • Sun Dance structure. Men seated and standing nearby. Two men on horseback. Army-style tents and hills in background.
    • Sun dance structure

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    • Sun dance; Indians of North America; Indian dance lodges; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs
    • The Sun dance structure. The photo shows a open, circular framework of logs. Unknown location (probably Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.)
    • Sun Dance Structure

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    • Sun dance
    • Group of men and women around the Sun Dance Structure. Probably at Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana. Structure is partially covered with canvas and wooden poles are visible.
    • Sun Dance structure, Rocky Boy Reservation

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    • Sun dance; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana
    • Sun dance structure on the Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana. Several Native Americans are in and around the structure. One is on horseback. Two others sit in a wagon.
    • Teepee

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    • Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Tipis; Kettles; Pots; Cookware; Outdoor cooking
    • Cooking utensils displayed in front of teepee.
    • The Plains

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    • Tipis; Tents; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples
    • Teepee, tent and people on plains of Montana. Mountains in background.
    • White Bear Claws

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    • Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Indians of North America; Indians of North America -- Clothing; Horses
    • White Bear Claws with his horse on the Rocky Boy Reservation.
    • Women outside Council Hall

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    • Indians of North America; Indian women; Indian blankets; Rocky Boy's Reservation (Mont.); Chippewa-Cree Indians of the Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana
    • Women and children pose for a photo in front of Council Hall. Many of the women wear blankets. The hall is a log building. Probably at Rocky Boy's Reservation, Montana.

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