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This shows two unidentified Lakota Tribal members participating in the Cheyenne Frontier Days at Cheyenne, Wyoming. They are dressed in traditional ceremonial clothing, probably ready for a dance. This clothing includes feathers, beads, necklaces and headdresses. In the background can be seen trees. Date	circa 1905

This shows two unidentified Lakota Tribal members participating in the Cheyenne Frontier Days at Cheyenne, Wyoming. They are dressed in traditional ceremonial clothing, probably ready for a dance. This clothing includes feathers, beads, necklaces and headdresses. In the background can be seen trees. Date circa 1905

Black Elk and Elk of the Oglala Lakota as grass dancers touring with the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, London, England, 1887. The men are wearing sheep and sleigh bells; otter fur waist and neck pieces; pheasant feather bustles at the waist; dentalium shell necklaces; and bone hairpipes with colored glass beads. Photograph collected on Pine Ridge Reservation in 1891 by James Mooney. Courtesy National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution

Black Elk and Elk of the Oglala Lakota as grass dancers touring with the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, London, England, 1887. The men are wearing sheep and sleigh bells; otter fur waist and neck pieces; pheasant feather bustles at the waist; dentalium shell necklaces; and bone hairpipes with colored glass beads. Photograph collected on Pine Ridge Reservation in 1891 by James Mooney. Courtesy National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution

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Little, the instigator of Indian Revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890

Little, the instigator of Indian Revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890

This shows an unidentified Lakota man at a Pow Wow. He is dressed in traditional clothing of the tribe, including head piece, feathers and a bone breast place. There are several bells strapped to his clothing. A tipi is seen to the right, at his feet, with supplies stacked on the ground. In the background can be seen another tent. Date	circa 1920

This shows an unidentified Lakota man at a Pow Wow. He is dressed in traditional clothing of the tribe, including head piece, feathers and a bone breast place. There are several bells strapped to his clothing. A tipi is seen to the right, at his feet, with supplies stacked on the ground. In the background can be seen another tent. Date circa 1920

Brig. Gen. E.S. Godfrey (7th Cavalry, survivor of the Battle of Little Bighorn) at the 50th Anniversary of this battle, standing next to a Sioux Warrior in traditional dress, both in front of a newly placed engraved cross... (On the same photo, this Indian was also identified as White Man Runs Him, Custer's Crow scout !?!) - Photographer unidentified. - 1926 - (B/W copy)

Brig. Gen. E.S. Godfrey (7th Cavalry, survivor of the Battle of Little Bighorn) at the 50th Anniversary of this battle, standing next to a Sioux Warrior in traditional dress, both in front of a newly placed engraved cross... (On the same photo, this Indian was also identified as White Man Runs Him, Custer's Crow scout !?!) - Photographer unidentified. - 1926 - (B/W copy)

A Shoshone man in Sun Dance attire. Photo taken between 1884 and 1885.

A Shoshone man in Sun Dance attire. Photo taken between 1884 and 1885.

Chief Big Foot 1825–1890, with his wife White Hawk. Photo taken 1872. Big Foot was born in the northern Great Plains. One of the first Sioux to raise a corn crop on the Cheyenne River. He traveled to Washington, D.C., as a tribal delegate and worked to establish schools throughout the Sioux territory. Tragically killed.

Chief Big Foot 1825–1890, with his wife White Hawk. Photo taken 1872. Big Foot was born in the northern Great Plains. One of the first Sioux to raise a corn crop on the Cheyenne River. He traveled to Washington, D.C., as a tribal delegate and worked to establish schools throughout the Sioux territory. Tragically killed.

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Sam Lone Bear

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