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O C E T I S A K O W I N

THESE WERE THE SIOUX
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Yellow Horse--Yanktonai, half-length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, with long braids, two eagle feathers in hair, wrapped in buffalo skin. Edward S. Curtis photographer. Created / Published c.1908. LOC.
Spotted Cow in buckskin with beadwork, 1947. Photographer Tennelly, Reverend John B., S.S. Pine Ridge -- Holy Rosary Mission. Ethnic Group: Oglala Lakota. Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions. Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Cabinet Card - Field photograph entitled "War Party" Circa 1890. The photo depicts five Hunkpapa Sioux dancers posed in front of a log cabin at Standing Rock Agency. The dancers are wearing breechcloths, leather belts studded with brass tacks, dance bells around their calves, etc. Photograph by D. F. Barry with his imprint on the front. Heritage Auctions Sep 2006.

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John Otherday. Carte-de-visite printed description reads as follows: Anpetu-tokeca (Other Day), who rescued sixty-two persons from the Indian Massacre of 1862, in Minnesota. Whitney & Zimmerman, Photographers, St. Paul, Minn. NMAI-AC-098-ref; Date: circa 1864-1865; Dakota War cartes-de-visite, Folder Number; National Museum of the American Indian Archive Center, Smithsonian Institution.
Note the word "WILD" and the two American flags visible on the beaded blanket strip. No Neck traveled for many seasons with Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show. He appeared in "The Indian Wars" filmed by Buffalo Bill on the Pine Ridge Reservation in 1913. Photograph by George E. Spencer, Fort Sheridan (Illinois) bearing his studio imprint on the front of the card. Heritage Auctions September 2006.
He is seated, wearing an eagle feather bonnet with trailer, a bone hairpipe breastplate, a U.S. Grant peace medal and holding a pipe and stem. The pipe stem is finely carved with the heads of a big horn ram, an elk, a buffalo, and a turtle. Photograph by George E. Spencer bearing his studio imprint on the front of the card. Heritage Auctions September 2006.

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Dakota girl standing at doorway of tipi. Curtis, Edward S. Curtis photographer Created / Published c. 1905. LOC.
Last Horse, Sioux. Date Created: 1899. Creator: Frank A. Rinehart. Portrait of Native American man wearing feather bonnet, beaded buckskin shirt, and holding a pipe stem and bowl. Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. Frank Albert Rinehart Indian Photographs Collection. McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
A portrait of Standing Bear taken outside his house at White Horse Creek near Manderson, SD, in 1919, by Bostwick of Omaha, Nebraska. Standing Bear was a respected Lakota artist and leader at Pine Ridge Reservation. He fought in the 1876 Battle of Little Bighorn at the age of 17; and later traveled with Buffalo Bill Wild West Show in Europe (1887, 1890-1891). According to family tradition, the rifle Standing Bear holds in the photograph was purportedly from the Little Bighorn Battle. Cowans 2019

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From Julia E.Tuell Photography Collection. juliaetuell.com
Ogalala woman. Date: 1907. Edward S. Curtis photogravure plates and proofs for The North American Indian, vol. 3. National Museum of the American Indian uan: NMAI-080 F06 proof 094.
Stands First (Ogalala). Photographer: Edward S. Curtis. Date: 1907. Edward S. Curtis photogravure plates and proofs for The North American Indian, Box and Folder Number; National Museum of the American Indian Archive Center, Smithsonian Institution.

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Creator: D. F. Barry. Date: 1897 or 1898. Red Cloud, on left, William Frederick Cody "Buffalo Bill" center, and American Horse, on right atop horses in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at Madison Square Garden, New York; Red Cloud and American Horse wear feather headdresses; American Horse holds feather decorated pole; Cody wears hat, riding coat and gloves, and is shaking hands with Red Cloud. David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-719.
American Horse (1840-1908), Dakota Chief head and shoulders studio portrait; wearing; feather headdress, breastplate; left profile. Creator: Barry, D. F. (David Francis), 1854-1934. Date: 188-? American Horse, Dakota, head and shoulders studio portrait; wearing; feather headdress, breastplate; left profile. David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-866.
Creator: Barry, D. F. (David Francis), 1854-1934. Date: 188-? Studio portrait of head and shoulders of American Horse, Dakota Chief, wearing war bonnet and decorated vest. David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-166.

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Alexander Gardner Cabinet Card of Big Foot and Wife, Oglala Sioux. Big Foot and wife White Hawk Oglala Lakota, 1872. Photo by Alexander M. Gardner; compare the individual portraits by Gardner, same sitting, National Anthropological Archives, Neg. Nos. gn_03223a & b; gn_03206a & b. Pencil inscription, verso: Big foot, Che tankeah. White Hawk, squar, Tachonka ska. Cowan's December 2007.
Portrait (Front) of Si-Ha-Tan-Ka (Big Foot). Culture: Minneconjou Lakota (Minniconjou) (Doubts? Oglala? DA). Creator: Alexander Gardner. Date: 1872. Washington DC. National Anthropological Archives.
Portrait (Profile) of Si-Ha-Tan-Ka (Big Foot). Culture: Minneconjou Lakota (Minniconjou Sioux) (Doubts? Oglala? DA). Creator: Alexander Gardner. Date: May 1872. Washington DC. National Anthropological Archives.

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Photograph of Big Road, Oglala Sioux, member of the Sioux Delegation to Washington, D.C., 1891. Caption on verso: J.N. CHOATE, 17 W. MAIN ST., CARLISLE, PA. The Autry Museum of the American West’s Collections.

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Hilda Neihardt, Black Elk, Chase In The Morning, John Neihardt with hoops and spears. neihardt.com.
Black Elk and John Neihardt, 1945. Neihardt's Epic America.

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Creator: Frank A. Rinehart. Date: 1900. Studio portrait (sitting) of Blue Horse, an elderly Native American (Sioux) man. He holds a calumet and staff and wears a fringed shirt with quill work and a beaded feather headdress. Denver Public Library Special Collections.
Chief Blue Horse. Cowan’s 2007, Western & Historic Americana, 6 Dec 2007.
Portrait (Profile) of Shun-Ka-Wa-Kan-To or Sunkawakanto (Blue Horse). Creator: Alexander Gardner. Culture: Oglala Lakota (Oglala Sioux). Date: May 1872. National Anthropological Archives.

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Date: 1899. Studio portrait of Broken Arm [Oglala Lakota (Oglala Sioux)], wearing a feather headdress, a bone breastplate, and a beaded hide shirt. Photographed by Herman Heyn and James Matzen at the Greater America Exposition in Omaha in 1899. NMAI.AC.119, Item P27508. Date: 1898; Byron Harvey, III Collection of Exposition and Portrait photographs, National Museum of the American Indian Archive Center, Smithsonian Institution.
Color lithograph print of original monochromatic photograph that were shot by Frank A. Rinehart (ca. 1862-1928) and his assistant Adolph F. Muhr (ca. 1858-1913) at the U.S. Indian Congress of the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition. The Exposition was held in Omaha, Nebraska, between June 1 and October 31, 1898. P16902; Date: 1898; Charles Vogt collection of Rinehart and Heyn photographs, NMAI.AC.298; NMAI Archives Center, Smithsonian Institution.
Broken Arm Chief. Creator: Heyn Photo. Date: 1899. Studio portrait (profile) of Broken Arm, a Native American (Sioux) man. He wears a shirt with quillwork, hair pipe breast plate, scarves over his braids, and a fur pelt cap. Denver Public Library Special Collections X-33677.

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Creator: Barry, D. F. (David Francis), 1854-1934. Date: 188? David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-284.
Creator: Barry, D. F. (David Francis), 1854-1934. Date: 188? John Grass, Dakota Chief, and James McLaughlin, Indian Agent, full length studio portrait with painted backdrop; John Grass wears feather headdress, breastplate, fringed leather jacket, blanket around waist, and moccasins; McLaughlin in suit jacket, vest and pants. David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-556.
Creator: Charles Milton Bell. Date: 1888. Date obtained from S.I. Negative 43563, a Dakota delegation photograph, in which Gall and John Grass are wearing the same clothing. "Gov. W. M. Guy and 2 Indians" written on label pasted to negative. Gall's (Hunkpapa Dakota) identified from BAE Negative 3190-a,-b. John Grass (Blackfoot Dakota) identified from BAE 3113-a,-b. Washington D.C. ? National Anthropological Archives.

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Crow Dog. Sioux Indian, full-length portrait, facing left, holding rifle, in front of horse. Anderson, J. A. (John Alvin), 1869-1948, photographer Created / Published c1900. LOC.

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Crow Eagle. Creator: D. F. Barry. Date: 188? Studio portrait, head and shoulders, of Crow Eagle, Dakota male, wearing war bonnet and blanket, and holding peace pipe. David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-461.
Crow Eagle, Fool Thunder, Iron Thunder, Slow White Buffalo, Dakota group, seated, Iron Thunder, holding peace pipe. Creator: D. F. Barry. Date: 188? Studio photograph, full length, of four Dakota men, Crow Eagle, Fool Thunder, Iron Thunder and Slow White Buffalo, seated on a bench in front of painted backdrop. Crow Eagle, Iron Thunder, and Slow White Buffalo hold peace pipes. David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-111.
Creator: D. F. Barry. Date: 188? Full length group portrait of Iron Thunder, seated in front of group, Crow Eagle, Fool Thunder and Slow White Buffalo left to right, all seated and unidentified white man, standing, in front of painted backdrop. Fool Thunder wears feathered headdress and holds peace pipe, Slow White Buffalo wears feathers in hair and fur cap. Crow Eagle and Iron Thunder also hold pipes. David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-377.

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Crow King, Dakota Chief, standing, holding peace pipe, 3/4 length. Creator: David Francis Barry. Date: 188? Crow King, Dakota Chief, standing 3/4 length studio portrait with painted backdrop; wearing one feather in hair, breastplate, military jacket, blanket wrapped around lower torso, and holding peace pipe. Denver Public Library.
Crow King (Kangi-yatapi/Ka-Ge-Tou-Cha) Hunkpapa Lakota, taken at David F. Barry's studio in Fort Buford, North Dakota. Crow King was photographed along with several other Lakota leaders who surrendered to the Unites States Army with Sitting Bull in 1881. P17002; Date: 1881; Arthur Billings Hunt photograph collection, NMAI.AC.159; National Museum of the American Indian Archives Center, Smithsonian Institution.

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Fire Lightning in Partial Native Dress with Breastplate and Holding Pipe. Creator: Charles Milton Bell. Undated. Washington DC. NAA INV.06634600. Photo Lot 80, Charles Milton Bell photographs of Native Americans, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.
Photograph of Fire Lightning, an Oglala Sioux delegate to a conference of Sioux chiefs with the Secretary of the Interior, Washington D.C., January 29-February 11, 1891. The Autry Museum of the American West’s Collections.
Photograph of Fire Lightning, Oglala Sioux, member of the Sioux Delegation to Washington, D.C., 1891. Caption on verso: J.N. CHOATE, 17 W. MAIN ST., CARLISLE, PA. The Autry Museum of the American West’s Collections.

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Photograph of Fire Thunder, Sioux, member of the Sioux Delegation to Washington, D.C., 1891. Caption on verso: J.N. CHOATE, 17 W. MAIN ST., CARLISLE, PA. The Autry Museum of the American West’s Collections.

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Date Created: 1880-1932? Native American man wearing shirt, hair ornament and hair pipe breast plate. Collection of Richard Pohrt Pohrt Buffalo Bill's and Pawnee Bill's Show Photos. McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West.

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Apparently belonged to Chief Gall, Hunkpapa (Sioux). Quilled and beaded hide, horsehair, tin. Miles City, Montana. Date: possibly c. 1875. Dimensions: 33 × 51 cm. ROM.
Creator: Barry, D. F. (David Francis), 1854-1934. Date: 188? Studio portrait, 3/4 length, of Gall, Dakota Chief, wearing leather jacket and crucifix, seated on bench. David F. Barry Collection. Denver Public Library Special Collections, B-91.
Chief Gall's wife, Dakota female, full length standing studio portrait with painted backdrop, wearing long earrings, necklace, shawl around shoulders, wristbands, and studded leather belt around waist. Creator: D. F. Barry. Date: 188? Denver Public Library.

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Shooting Pieces, Sioux Indian. Maker: Gertrude Kasebier. Date: 1898. Related Publication: Delaney, Michelle. Buffalo Bill's Wild West Warriors: A Photographic History by Gertrude Kasebier. National Museum of American History.
Sioux Indians on the Dakota Plains. Maker: Gertrude Kasebier. Date: 1898. National Museum of American History.
The Red Man. Maker: Gertrude Kasebier. New York, New York City. Date: 1902. National Museum of American History.

G E R T R U D E K Ä S E B I E R C O L L E C T I O N

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Portrait of Man, "Goose", in Partial Native Dress, with Beaver Pelt Hanging from Hair, Ornaments, Pipe, and Pipe Bag (Profile). Creator: David Francis Barry. Collector: James E. Taylor(Artist). Culture: Sioux. Undated. NAA INV.01605308 NAA MS.MS 4605 OPPS NEG.36714. North Dakota ? Bismark ? Yanktonnai Nakota (Yankton Sioux). MS 4605, James E. Taylor scrapbook of the American West, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.
Date: 1851-1852. Maker: John Fitzgibbon. Missouri, Saint Louis. The photograph is one of a series a of portrait daguerreotypes made of Native American chiefs while they crossed the country to meet with US Government officials in Washington, DC. When passing through St. Louis, Missouri, in 1851-52 these chiefs were photographed by photographers Thomas Easterly and John Fitzgibbons. Each portrait was a unique image. National Museum of American History.
Portrait of Man, "Goose", in Partial Native Dress, with Beaver Pelt Hanging from Hair, Ornaments, Pipe and Pipe Bag. Creator: David Francis Barry. Collector: James E. Taylor(Artist). Culture: Sioux. Undated. NAA INV.01605304 NAA MS.MS 4605 OPPS NEG.3671B3. North Dakota ? -- Bismark ? MS 4605, James E. Taylor scrapbook of the American West, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.

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Photograph of He Dog, Oglala Sioux, member of the Sioux Delegation to Washington, D.C., 1891. Caption on verso: J.N. CHOATE, 17 W. MAIN ST., CARLISLE, PA. The Autry Museum of the American West’s Collections.
Portrait of Group of Native and Non-Native Men, and One Native Woman in Inner Court of Patent Office Building (now the National Portrait Gallery). Sioux Delegation 4 Jun 1875. Washington, DC. NAA INV.00523200 NAA MS.4392 OPPS NEG.3307C. National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. (He Dog, possibly the man in the middle of the three feather bonnet).
He Dog Date Created/Published: c.1900. Half lgth., facing right; holding wing of large bird. Sioux chief. Library of Congress. J.A. Anderson No. 918.

H E D O G

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High Bear, Sioux. Creator: F. A. Rinehart. Date: 1898. Head and shoulders portrait of High Bear, Native American Sioux (Lakota) man wearing a buckskin with quillwork and fringe, a headdress, neck scarf and medal pendant. Denver Public Library Special Collections X - 31520.
Full length studio portrait of Sioux delegate High Bear wearing a feathered headdress, a peace medal, and holding a painted war shield. Photographed by Frank Rinehart or his assistant Adolph Muhr at the U.S. Indian Congress of the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition in Omaha, 1898. NMAI.AC.119; Date: 1898; Byron Harvey, III Collection of Exposition and Portrait photographs, P27511; National Museum of the American Indian Archive Center, Smithsonian Institution.

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William T. Sherman collection of Alexander Gardner photographs. Date: February 23, 1867. Portrait of the man Ma-za-o-ua-ti or Iron Nation, Head Chief of the Brule Sioux. NMAI AC077 004 000 P1014. National Museum of the American Indian.
Washington. D.C. Studio portrait of Sioux men and an interpreter. Interpreter is handing Yellow Hawk a tomahawk. From left to right: Medicine Bull (Ta-ta-ka-wa-kan); unidentified interpreter (possibly Samuel D. Hinman, 1839-1890); Iron Nation (1815-1894); Yellow Hawk. Men in traditional clothing, including beaded hide shirts, pants, and moccasins. Date: 1866-1868. William T. Sherman collection of Alexander Gardner photographs. NMAI AC077/P10139.
Portrait (Front) of Ma-Zu-O-Ya-Te or Ma-Za-O-Ya-Ti (Iron Nation). Culture: Sicangu Lakota (Brulé Sioux). Creator: Antonio Zeno Shindler. Date: 1867. Washington DC. National Anthropological Archives.

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Portrait (Profile) of Ma-Zah-Pon-Kes-Kah (Iron Shell). Culture: Sicangu Lakota (Brulé Sioux). Creator: Gardner, Alexander. Date: 1872. Washington DC. National Anthropological Archives.
Portrait (Profile) of Ma-Zah-Pon-Kes-Kah (Iron Shell). Culture: Sicangu Lakota (Brulé Sioux). Creator: Gardner, Alexander. Date: 1872. Washington DC. National Anthropological Archives.

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