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    • Chief Plenty Coups (2)

    • 1925
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    • Crow Chief Plenty Coups, circa 1925. On back identified as Chief Plenty Coups, Chief of the Crows. Taken at site of Fort Custer when monument was dedicated. Plenty Coups (otherwise known as Aleek-chea-ahoosh) (1848 ? 1932) was a Crow chief and...
    • Crow Indian Family

    • 1898
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    • Crow Indian family by tipi identified as Curley, his wife, Takes a Shield, and child Dora Curley (George Old Elk's mother). Smithsonian has the date as 1897, a year before Miller begins work at Crow Agency. Listed on the original print at the...
    • Crow Indian mother with papoose

    • 1898
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    • Black and white postcard photo of Crow Indian mother, with papoose. Identified as a Fred E. Miller photo Smithsonian Institution Notes: Fred E. Miller (1868-1936) accepted a position in 1898 as a clerk for the Bureau of Indian Affairs on the...
    • Klenck, Henry C. and Simsel Joseph

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    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Klenck, Henry C. Simsel, Joseph.
    • Henry Klenck and Joseph Simsel. No information on Simsel. Name may be spelled wrong. Could it be Simek or Samsel. Klenck identified as being on the left, but may in fact be on the right.
    • Old Coyote

    • 1883
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    • Portrait of the young Crow Old Coyote, as identified by Holds the Enemy. Photo by Frank Jay Haynes. 1883. See The Way of the Warrior: Stories of the Crow People by Phenocia Bauerle (Editor) , Henry Old Coyote (Translator) , Barney Old Coyote Jr.
    • Russell, Dr. W.A. (Wilson)

    • 1930
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Physicians--Montana. Pharmacists. County health services--Montana--Big Horn County.
    • He is listed in Sod 'n' Seed'n Tumbleweed, A History of the Huntley Project. He arrived in 1908 as a medical doctor and druggist. He helped organize the Huntley bank. He moved to Hardin 1914. By 1919 he was the County Health Officer out of...
    • Young Crow Indian Couple

    • 1893
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    • 1893 studio portrait of young Crow Indian couple. On back identified as: S/SSgt Old Coyote and wife (Medicine). Medicine remarried to Ties His Knee or Shot in the Nose. Photo by Frank J. Haynes.

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