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National Museum of the American Indian

Chiefs watching the races at Billings Fair. Right to Left: Plenty Coups, Two Leggings, Remaining Chiefs unidentified.

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Left to Right: Chief Wet, Plenty Coups (holding his personal flag), Chief Alligator, Chief Two Leggings, Chief Holds the Enemy, two unidentified non- Apsáalooke men. Billings Fair, Billings, MT

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National Museum of the American Indian

Chiefs standing with their horses at Billings Fair. Chief Wet, Plenty Coups (holding his personal flag), Chief Alligator, Chief Two Leggings, Chief Holds the Enemy, two unidentified non-Apsáalooke men. Fair, Billings, MT

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National Museum of the American Indian

Chiefs standing with their horse at the Billings fairgrounds. Left to Right: Unidentified non-Crow man, Chief Wet, Chief Alligator/Water Beast, Plenty Coups, Chief Two Leggings, Chief Holds the Enemy, two unidentified non-Apsáalooke men. Billings, MT

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1917-1928
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6 Negatives (photographic)
Collection ID:
NMAI.AC.001.033
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National Museum of the American Indian

Photographs of groups of Apsáalooke people in various circumstances.

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National Museum of the American Indian

Left to Right: Other Bull, Old Horn, Old Coyote, Old Jack Rabbit, Two Leggings. Apsáalooke leader Two Leggings led a counter attack against a Lakota raiding party. He and his group overtook the Lakota horse raiders, killing one of them and reclaimed the Crow horses. Historians believe this to be the last inter-tribal conflict to occur on the Northe...

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1921
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NMAI.AC.001.033
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National Museum of the American Indian

The three surviving Custer Scouts at the 45th anniversary of Custer's Battle. Curley, White Man Runs Him, and Hairy Moccasin. Each dressed and armed for the re-enactment, taking place at the actual site of the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

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National Museum of the American Indian

The three surviving Custer Scouts at the 45th anniversary of Custer's Battle. Curley, White Man Runs Him, and Hairy Moccasin. Each dressed and armed for the re-enactment, taking place at the actual site of the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

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National Museum of the American Indian

The three surviving Custer Scouts at the 45th anniversary of Custer's Battle. Curley, White Man Runs Him, and Hairy Moccasin. Each dressed and armed for the re-enactment, taking place at the actual site of the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

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National Museum of the American Indian

Left to Right: Bud Horse, Robin Iron, Hoop in the Forehead, Pretty Horse, Joe Horsewhip, Jim Buffalo, John Sits Down, Alfred Black Bird, John Has His Gun, George Pretty, Curley. Postcard [P22491]