|Goes Ahead - Apsaroke American Indian|
Photograph by Edward S Curtis
- Title: Crow (Apsaroke) Indians of Montana
- Creator(s): Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952, photographer
- Date Created/Published: c1905-c1908.
- Medium: 216 photographic prints : b&w ; 6 x 8 in.
- Summary: Individual and group portraits of men, women, and children, most identified, most wearing traditional or ceremonial clothing including peace medals, headdresses, necklaces, fur, animal tails, quillwork, and face paint; an "Indian judge;" and Eagle medicine man; a Sun dancer; a boy fishing; men in groups looking out over a rock tower, on horses crossing a river, traveling on horses in the snow, trading goods, making an oath toward the sky, and smoking pipes; men simulating war parties, holding coup-sticks, ceremonial staffs, tomahawks, rifles, bows and arrows; women riding horses, carrying wood bundles on their backs, holding a pipe, stretching and scraping animal hide, and getting water from a river; a mother and a child in a horse buggy; Crow scouts for General George Custer on horses holding rifles; the photographer E.S. Curtis with a group of Crow men wearing western clothing in front of the General George Custer monument or near it; a Tobacco ceremony; a sweat lodge; a medicine lodge; tepee camps including one on the Little Big Horn River; animal skulls; medicine bags hanging from a tripod; a burial platform; and a log cabin (Camp Curtis).
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- Rights Advisory: No copyright renewal.
- Call Number: LOT 12320 (F) [P&P]
- Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C., 20540 USA