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MS 095 - William A. Petzoldt Lantern Slide Collection

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Primary Creator: Petzoldt, William A.

Extent: 8.0 Boxes

Subjects: Throssel, Richard, -1933

Languages: English

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These images comprise a collection of lantern-slides created between 1903 and 1925 by the Rev. William A. Petzoldt. The Rev. Petzoldt and his wife Anna lived among the Crow people at Lodge Grass, Montana in order to run a Baptist Mission and a day school for the children.

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Reverend William Augustus Petzoldt (1872-1960); Petzoldt worked as a Baptist minister and missionary in Sheridan, Wyoming prior to moving to Lodge Grass in 1903.  In Lodge Grass Rev. Petzoldt and his wife Anna established a mission and day school for native children to attend, thereby allowing them to live with their families while also receiving an ‘white’ education.  Petzoldt photographed many of the residents of the area as part of his efforts to educate the public about the American Indian in the United States of America.

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Throssel, Richard, -1933

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Repository: McCracken Research Library

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P.95.001 Map of Crow Reservation in Montana divided into districts.  Handwritten on edge of slide “Map of Crow Reservation in Montana.”  1903-1925.

P.95.002 Map of United States showing Indian Reservations.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Indian Reservation with the U.S.”  1903-1925

P.95.003 Indian Paintbrush.  Type written on edge of slide, “Indian Paintbrush.”  Photographer: J.E. Haynes.  1903-1925.

P.95.004 Crow people on horses on mountainside.  [Possibly the Wolf Mountains.]  1903-1925.

P.95.005 Chimney Rock in mountains among fire damaged trees in Montana.  [Possibly the Wolf Mountains.]  1903-1925.

P.95.006 Fire damaged trees on mountainside in Montana.  [Possibly the Wolf Mountains.]  1903-1925.

P.95.007 Cliff walls in canyon in Montana.  [Possibly the Wolf Mountains.]  1903-1925.

P.95.008 Trees in mountain in Montana.  [Possibly the Wolf Mountains.]  1903-1925.

P.95.009 Rolling hills with log fence in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.010 Stream with rocks in mountains in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.011 Little Bighorn River with trees along banks in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Little Horn River. ‘Medicine’ on L. branch of tree.”  1903-1925.

P.95.012 Little Bighorn River with trees along banks in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Little Horn River. ‘Medicine’ on L. branch of tree.”  1903-1925.

P.95.013 Trees along banks of river.  1903-1925.

P.95.014 Trees along banks of river.  Possibly Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.015 Trees along banks of river.  Possibly Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.016 Trees along banks of river.  Possibly Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.017 Trees along banks of river.  Possibly Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.018 Trees along banks of river.  Possibly Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.019 Trees along banks of river.  Possibly Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.020 Trees along banks of river.  Possibly Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.021 Trees along banks of river.  Possibly Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.022 Wolf Mountains with snow in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.023 Roadway in snow with trees and hill in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.024 Snow covered mountain valley with trees.  Possibly Bighorn Mountains.  1903-1925.

P.95.025 Trees both dead and living with wildflowers in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.026 Arrow Rock at Pryor on Crow Reservation.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Famous Arrow Rock at Pryor on Crow Reservation.”  1903-1925.

P.95.027 Crow man on Arrow Rock at Pryor, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “On top-back of Arrow Rock at Pryor.”  1903-1925.

P.95.028 Piles of rocks in field along trail to Pryor Gap.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Historic piles of rocks along trail to Pryor Gap.”  1903-1925.

P.95.029 Herd of buffalo in Bighorn Mountains in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.030 Herd of buffalo in Bighorn Mountains in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.031 Two men in doorway of log cabin with various hides and heads hanging on outside in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.032 Log cabin with various hides and heads hanging on outside in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.033 Coyote with foot in trap in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.034 Log cabin with various hides and heads hanging on outside in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-A ranchman’s home on the frontier.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.035 Six Crow people sitting inside tipi with fire.  1903-1925.

P.95.036 Seven Crow people sitting inside tipi with fire.  1903-1925.

P.95.037 Six Crow people sitting inside tipi with fire. One man smoking pipe.  1903-1925.

P.95.038 Man next to wagon with saddled horse in rope corral. Horses and cattle grazing in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.039 Horses in rope corral next to wagon. Tarps and bedrolls on ground. Cattle in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.040 Many horses in rope corral next to wagon.  1903-1925.

P.95.041 Horses in rope corral next to wagon. Tarps and bedrolls on ground. Cattle in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.042 Horses in rope corral next to wagon. Tarps and bedrolls on ground. Cattle in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.043 Cowboy in center of horse herd with rope in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.044 Several cowboys around horse herd in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.045 Cowboy in center of horse herd with rope in Montana.  Other cowboys around outside herd.  1903-1925.

P.95.046 Cowboy in center of horse herd with rope in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.047 Two cowboys putting bridles on horses while two other men stand next to them in Montana. Horses in rope corral in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.048 Several cowboys next to saddled horse lying on ground in corral in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.049 Three mounted cowboys moving herd of cattle in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.050 Three mounted cowboys moving herd of cattle in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-Driving the herd.”  Photographer: William H. Rau  1903-1925.

P.95.051 Three mounted cowboys moving herd of cattle in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.052 Two Crow cowboys on horses standing in river with cattle and trees in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.053 Four mounted cowboys moving herd of sheep on range in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.054 Mounted cowboy moving herd of cattle on range in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.055 Several mounted cowboys on far side of corral full of cattle in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.056 Herd of horses in rope corral next to tent with cattle grazing in background in Montana.  Photographer: Scott and Van Altena  1903-1925.

P.95.057 Mounted cowboys moving herd of cattle in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-Rounding up the herd.”  Photographer: William H. Rau  1903-1925.

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P.95.058 Mounted cowboys moving herd of cattle through stream in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-Cattle herd fording stream.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.059 Man on horse holding firearm.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-A hunter.”  Photographer: William H. Rau  1903-1925.

P.95.060 Cowboy on saddled horse in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-A cowboy mounted.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.061 Three people beside markers at Little Bighorn Battlefield.  1903-1925.

P.95.062 Two people near markers at Little Bighorn Battlefield.  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.063 Curley next to horse and two other Crow men behind him. One holds American flag.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Curley-Crow Scout with Custer in Battle, June 1876. Sole survivor of Custer’s immediate group. Custer is supposed to have told him to leave.”  1903-1925.

P.95.064 Curley next to horse and other Crow men on horsed behind him.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-‘Curley,’ sole survivor of the Custer Battle. Each feather in the wand signifies a victory.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.065 Elderly Crow woman and younger woman on horse in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.066 High Medicine Bear wearing Eagle headdress and beaded hide shirt with bear claw necklace.  Hand written on edge of slide, “High Medicine Bear, Cheyenne.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.067 Little Wolf wearing cloth clothing wrapped in blanket.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Little Wolf-Cheyenne-Was in Custer Battle.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.068 Two Moon wearing cloth shirt and bear claw necklace and arm bands.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Two Moon-Northern Cheyenne leading chief vs. Custer in battle, June 1876.”  1903-1925.

P.95.069 Two Moon wearing bear claw necklace.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Two Moon-Northern Cheyenne-active vs. Custer in battle, June 1876.”  1903-1925.

P.95.070 Native American man on horse and one man standing with tipis in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.071 Native American man on horse with tipis in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.072 Woman on horse leading pack horse to mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Old woman read to go to Mts to gather sarvis berries.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.073 Takes Five unloading pack horse in Wolf Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Takes Five unpacking at temporary camp in Wolf Mts. To gather sarvis berries.”  Photographer: William H. Rau ?  1903-1925.

P.95.074 Takes Five and two other women with packs and horses in Wolf Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Takes 5 and friends getting ready to set up camp at temporary berry camp-Wolf Mts.”  Photographer: William H. Rau ?  1903-1925.

P.95.075 Bird Tail Rattle and wife putting up temporary camp in Wolf Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Bird Tail Rattle and wife putting up temporary wickiup at berry camp.”  Photographer: William H. Rau ?  1903-1925.

P.95.076 Bird Tail Rattle and three other people at camp in Wolf Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Bird Tail Rattle, Berry Camp Wickiup.”  Photographer: William H. Rau ?  1903-1925.

P.95.077 Two Native women sit next to berry patties in camp in Wolf Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mashed berries are made into round patties then dried.”  Photographer: William H. Rau ?  1903-1925.

P.95.078 Native woman sitting next to berry patties in camp in Wolf Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Temporary berry camp with berry patties being dried.”  1903-1925.

P.95.079 Mrs. Walks On Ice and another person hanging corn and squash to dry in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Walks on Ice and Mother preparing corn on squash for drying-copied from Gros Ventre relatives to northeast.”  1903-1925.

P.95.080 White Arm family in hunting camp with meat hanging to dry, cooking fire in center and tipi behind in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “White Arm Family hunting camp to get meat supply renewed.”  1903-1925.

P.95.081 White Arm family in hunting camp with meat hanging to dry, cooking fire in center and tipi behind in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Hunting camp to get fresh supply of meat.”  1903-1925.

P.95.082 Native women hanging meat to dry and fleshing hides in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.083 Three Native women hanging meat to dry and staking out green hides to flesh. Dogs eating scraps.  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.084 Raw hides stretched and dried with geometric paintings on them to make parfleches.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Green hides showing geometric designs-will be made into parflesches.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.085 Mrs. Show As He Goes hanging meat to dry and working on hides on ground in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Shows As He Goes, drying meat at her home.”  1903-1925.

P.95.086 Three Native people sitting in camp with meat hanging to dry next to trees in Montana. Two tents in photo.  1903-1925.

P.95.087 Tipis behind racks of meat hanging to dry in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.088 Meat hanging on racks in trees to dry in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.089 Sweat lodge after covering was removed with ashes from fire in front in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Sweat tipi before covering is put on.”  1903-1925.

P.95.090 Frame work for lodge surrounded by trees.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-Frame work for Crow Bath House. Another (frame work), uncovered sweat teepee.”  1903-1925.

P.95.091 Several sweat lodges without covers in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Cluster of sweat tipis.”  1903-1925.

P.95.092 Bird Tail Rattle and wife putting up temporary camp in Wolf Mountains. Horse grazing in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.093 Native woman standing beside sweat lodge and dog lying behind it in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Sweat tipi covered-ready for sweat bath. Nearby fire indicates rocks are hot.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.094 Center pole for Sundance lodge in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Medicines.”  1903-1925.

P.95.095 Center pole for Sundance lodge in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Medicine.”  1903-1925.

P.95.096 Body in tree after death next to rocks in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Grave in a tree.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.097 Body in tree after death in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Grave in tree on platform of poles.”  1903-1925.

P.95.098 Body in tree after death in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Body in tree showing effects of years of weathering.”  1903-1925.

P.95.099 Two Native people sitting in camp in Montana. Wall tent in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.100 Body in tree after death in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Grave in tree with exposed skull-showing affects of much weathering.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.101 Body in tree after death in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.102 Body in tree after death in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.103 Grey Bull, with feather, Dr. E.E. Chivers, non-Indian, and Wolf Lies Down standing next to river in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “June, 1903, Council, Dr. E.E. Chivers representing Am. Baptist Mission Society and Chiefs Wolf Lies Down (left) and Grey Bull (right). Lodge Grass. Grey Bull-with feather, Dr. Chivers, Wolf Lies Down.”  June 1903.

P.95.104 Native man in suit with hat and gloves in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.105 Shows a Fish wearing headdress, shirt and breechcloth and holding lane in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.106 Yellow Tail wearing porcupine head ornament (roach), breast plate over shirt, and floral beaded breechcloth over legging s in Montana. Going to dance at Valley of the Chiefs.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Yellow Tail.”  1903-1925.

P.95.107 One Star wearing eagle headdress, breast plate over shirt, and breechcloth in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “One Star.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

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P.95.108 Snow covered Owl Creek area of Wolf Mountains dotted with trees in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Dec.-Jan. 1903-1904-Wold Mts. Owl Creek area-Crows donated time and teams to get logs for Mission house.”  December 1903-January 1904.

P.95.109 Line of horse drawn sleighs in snow headed to Wolf Mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Line of teams to Wolf Mts. to get logs for Crow Ind. Baptist Mission. No roads as such-just trails.”  1903-1925.

P.95.110 Five Crow people eating meal next to campfire in snow with horse drawn sleighs in background on way to Wolf Mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Noon stop. Dec. 1903. Enroute to Wolf Mts. for logs for Mission house.”  December 1903.

P.95.111 Tipi in Wolf Mountains covered with snow in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Teepee-sleeping quarter for Rev. W.A. Petzoldt at Wolf Mtn. log camp. Dec. 1903.”  December 1903.

P.95.112 Trees on snow covered Wolf Mountain in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “1903. Wolf Mountains. Getting logs for mission house.”  1903.

P.95.113 Log mission house in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana, Lodge Grass, Mission House.”  1903-1925.

P.95.114 Barn at Baptist Mission in Lodge Grass, Montana, flooded from ice jams in Little Bighorn River.  1903-1925.

P.95.115 School building dedication in Lodge Grass, Montana, with many Crow people in front.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana, Lodge Grass, rasing the flag on school building. Second building at Crow Indian Baptist Mission. This is dedication. Indians were camped in huge semi-circle around mission. About 170.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.116 Five crow men and a non-Indian woman in front of new Baptist Mission school.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Gathered for dedication of new day school, Crow Indian Baptist Mission-Mrs. Reynolds rep. Of National Baptist Mission Society. Crow Chiefs l-r, Wolf Lies Down (hat), ?, Mrs, Reynolds, Grey Bull, Shows A Fish, Medicine Crow.”  1903-1925.

P.95.117 Lucy Hicks, non-Indian, and several Native children in front of new Baptist Mission school in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Lucy Hicks teacher and students at Day School. Crow Indian Baptist Mission, Lodge Grass, Montana.”  1903-1925.

P.95.118 Stanley Walks On Ice with non-Indian clothing and shoes.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Stanley Walks On Ice ready to enter day school-But first his 2 front braids, little braid in back and pompadour above his forehead, like his father’s-must be cut.”  1903-1925.

P.95.119 Native person in snow next to horse drawn sleigh on edge of trees in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Industrial work getting ready to put up ice.”  1903-1925.

P.95.120 Four mounted cowboys next to watering hole with her of cattle drinking in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-Watering the herd.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.121 Saddled horse next to wooden barn in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.122 John White Man Runs Him, on horse, Carson Yellow Tail, and possibly Leo Medicine Crow with three horses in snow in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “On horseback, John White Man Runs Him-facing camera-Carson Yellow Tail. Other boy, Leo Medicine Crow??”  1903-1925.

P.95.123 Native children playing outside school building in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “School children playing favorite Crow game of skinney-at recess.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.124 Several Native people and dog walking with sticks in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Progress of a skinny game.”  1903-1925.

P.95.125 Native children swimming with two non-Indian women on shore in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Even though season-Indian children liked to play in the river and they became good swimmers.”  1903-1925.

P.95.126 Seven Native people working in garden in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Gov’t-Indian Dept.-required that older students be given industrial courses. Mission personnel among other things, gave training to both boys and girls-in raising gardens, chickens and other activities for better self-supporting manner of living.”  1903-1925.

P.95.127 Seven Native people working in garden in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.128 Sees With His Ears and wife in front of house in Montana.  Photographer: possibly Richard Throssel  1903-1925.

P.95.129 Six Native women and one non-Indian woman (possibly Mrs. Petzoldt) with rakes in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.130 Exhibit of Baptist Mission day school at Crow Fair.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Baptist Mission Day School-Lodge Grass-Prize winning exhibit at Crow Agency Fair.”  1903-1925.

P.95.131 Building at Baptist Mission in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “1907-1909.Third building at Crow Indian Baptist Mission, Lodge Grass. Money was given by Miss Annie Fuller of Cambridge, Mass.-was named Chiver’s Hall.”  1903-1925.

P.95.132 Native woman sewing on treadle sewing machine in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.133 Native woman sewing on treadle sewing machine with children in room behind her in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Classes in sewing, cooking, etc. were held for both student and women’s groups. A well stocked dispensary was used for treatments of trachoma, etc.”  1903-1925.

P.95.134 Several Native people in Chivers Hall with American flag on wall behind them in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “1st Chivers Hall Church service. Women sat on one side, men on the other.”  Photographer: Scott and Van Altena.  1903-1925.

P.95.135 Several Native people in Chivers Hall with American flag on wall behind them in Lodge Grass, Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.136 Wagon behind wall tent in snow in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.137 Possibly Crow Fair with parade in front of tipis.  1903-1925.

P.95.138 Possibly Crow Fair with many horses and riders near tipis and wagons.  1903-1925.

P.95.139 Mission house in winter with saddled horse tied to tree in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.140 Native woman next to dark horse with Crow style saddle, next to non-Indian woman on paint horse in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.141 Mission church in Lodge grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “In earliest days, the few white people in Lodge Grass came and worshipped at Baptist Mission. They were welcome, but as town grew in population, they needed a church of their own. Dad outlined a money raising project. When church was dedicated in 1917, it was free of all debt. Dad had interested many groups in other places in helping Sheldon, Iowa. Dad’s 1st pastorate gave church furnishings.”  1903-1925.

P.95.142 Mission church in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “White church, Lodge G called Little Brown Church.”  1903-1925.

P.95.143 Miss Crawford and Curley standing next to car with Mrs. Petzoldt and Genevieve inside car in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Miss Crawford, missionary to Kiowas here on visit with Curley Custer Scout-Mrs. Petzoldt and Genevieve in car.”  1903-1925.

P.95.144 Four non-Indian women standing with two Native children and one infant in cradleboard in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Back: 1) Maude Edwards, teacher, L.G. 2) Edna Oden, Matron, Wyola 3) Blanche Simms, teacher, Wyola- Front: 1) Mary Ann & Mary Carpenter 2) Mrs. Petzoldt.”  1903-1925.

P.95.145 Mrs. Petzoldt in Native dress with hair braided in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Petzoldt in Buckskin dress given by Crow friends who furnished deer hides-tanned them and made dress. Mother was lovely in Crow costume-She had beautiful dark hair that showed up well in braids.”  1903-1925.

P.95.146 Mrs. Petzoldt in Native dress with hair braided in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.147 Mrs. Petzoldt in Native dress with hair braided in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.148 Indian and non-Indian people gathered around organ among trees near Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp meeting on Lodge Grass Creek above ‘narrows.’ Note: folding baby organ. Geo & Sarah Pease, Wallace & Helen their children-Ed Schroeder family- Deputee family- Mr. & Mr. Shows A Fish- White Arms- Dick Cummins & family, Petzoldts and guests, Mr. & Mrs. Jacobs- etc.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.149 Native and non-Indian people gathered outside in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Outside church service-Petzoldts, Misses Oden, Sims, Steer & Wafflard-teachers & matrons. Flat Head Womans, Left Hands, Yellowtails, Bear Cranes.”  1903-1925.

P.95.150 Native and non-Indian people gathered outside in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.151 Many people sitting together on grass with horses and wagons in background in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Outdoor Church service.”  1903-1925.

P.95.152 Native and non-Indian people gathered outside in Montana. Men and horses behind group.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Outdoor Easter service.”  1903-1925.

P.95.153 Group of Native people outside with dog behind them and men on horses in front in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Outdoor Service. Girls dressed in ‘best’ elk tooth dresses.”  1903-1925.

P.95.154 Native people, horses, and wagons gathered in clearing in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.155 Native and non-Indian people, horses, and wagons gathered in clearing in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.157 Native people, horses, and wagons gathered in clearing in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.158 Native and non-Indian people, horses, and wagons gathered in clearing in Montana.  1903-1925.

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P.95.159 White Arm and family sitting on blanket among trees in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “White Arm and family.”  1903-1925. P.95.160 Shows A Fish inside building with hand on wall ledge in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Shows A Fish.”  1903-1925.

P.95.161 Theodore White Mouth standing in front of trees holding book in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Theodore White Mouth.”  1903-1925.

P.95.162 Portrait of Theodore White Mouth.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Theodore White Mouth.”  1903-1925.

P.95.163 Bear Claw standing next to trees holding book in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Bear Claw.”  1903-1925.

P.95.164 Portrait of Henry Russell of Pryor, Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.165 Portrait of Henry Russell of Pryor, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Henry Russell-Pryor.”  1903-1925.

P.95.168 Portrait of Henry Russell of Pryor, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Henry Russell-Pryor.”  1903-1925.

P.95.169 Native woman in wagon with back end of it filled with food and cookery in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Back of wagon was fixed like round up wagon chuck box. We often took food for a month as we were away from home that long.”  1903-1925.

P.95.171 Mrs. Petzoldt standing beside wagon with Native person in wagon and horses in front in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Another view of camp wagon. Mother standing.”  1903-1925.

P.95.172 Horses pulling wagon along ridge in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “No roads much in early days-People followed ‘hog-backs’ across country.”  1903-1925.

P.95.173 Horse pulling wagon along ridge in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.174 Two non-Indian people between wagon and tipi tent in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “’Biddle’ or ‘teepee’ tent for sleeping.”  1903-1925.

P.95.175 Wagons and tents in camp in Montana with person kneeling down in center.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camping with Crow friends.”  1903-1925.

P.95.176 Crow people in camp with tents, wagons, and campfire on Bighorn Mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-A temporary camp-Crow Indians.”  1903-1925.

P.95.177 Crow people in camp with tents, wagons, and campfire on Bighorn Mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp on top of Big Horn Mts. With Crow friends.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.178 Crow people in camp with tents, wagons, and campfire on Bighorn Mountains in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-A temporary camp-Crow Indians.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.179 Camp with horse, tents, and wagons at Teepee Pole Springs.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp at Teepee Pole Springs.”  1903-1925.

P.95.180 Camp with horse, tents, and wagons at Teepee Pole Springs.  1903-1925.

P.95.182 Horses and wagon next to tipis and wall tents along river in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.183 People, possibly Petzoldts, and wagons in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Every night another camp while enroute.”  1903-1925.

P.95.184 Native people in camp with tipis and campfire among trees in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “One of overnight camps enroute.”  1903-1925.

P.95.185 Native people in camp with tipis and campfire among trees in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.186 Mrs. Petzoldt washing clothing in creek in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Petzoldt with nature’s ‘automatic’ washer.”  1903-1925.

P.95.187 White Arm in wagon pulled by team of four horses crossing river in Wyoming on west side of Bighorn Mountains. Other horses and riders behind him.  Hand written on edge of slide, “White Arm with Main Camp Wagon with group-fording river en route to convention at Basin WY-on other side Big Horn Mts.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.188 White Arm in wagon pulled by team of four horses crossing river in Wyoming, west side of Big Horn Mountains. Other horses and rider behind him.  1903-1925.

P.95.189 Native girls on horses crossing river in Wyoming, west side of Big Horn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Group of girls fording river on trip over Big Horn Mts. to convention at Basin Wyo.”  1903-1925.

P.95.190 Horses and wagons in camp in Big Horn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Overnight camp on Big Horns.”  1903-1925.

P.95.191 Native people in camp with tipis and campfire among trees in Big Horn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp enroute to a convention in Basin, Wyo.-with a group from our church.”  1903-1925.

P.95.192 View of cliffs in Black Canyon in Big Horn Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon is awe inspiring.”  1903-1925.

P.95.193 View of cliffs in Black Canyon in Big Horn Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon empties into Big Horn Canyon.”  1903-1925.

P.95.194 View of cliffs in Black Canyon in Big Horn Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon is appropriately named-Sun in summer, can’t be seen until 9-10 A.M. and is out of sight around 4 P.M.”  1903-1925.

P.95.195 Indian and non-Indian people with horses and wagons at Three Spring.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Wagons were left at 3 Springs, then camp equip.-loaded on horses for packing into canyon-Petzoldt & Iron Horse families.”  1903-1925.

P.95.196 Indian and non-Indian people with horses and wagons at Three Spring.  1903-1925.

P.95.197 Native people on horses in canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Starting into the canyon.”  1903-1925.

P.95.198 People, wagon, horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “It was a long trek to bottom of Canyon.”  1903-1925.

P.95.199 People, wagon, horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “At one place on trail there was a rocky drop of several feet.”  1903-1925.

P.95.200 People on horses on trail in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “At one place on trail there was a rocky drop of several feet.”  1903-1925.

P.95.201 People on trail with horses in Black Canyon.  Photographer: Scott and Van Altena  1903-1925.

P.95.202 Native woman on horse leading pack horse with another saddled horse in Black Canyon.  1903-1925.

P.95.203 Native people setting up temporary camp with many horses in area in Black Canyon.  1903-1925.

P.95.204 Person beside tent and wagon near Black Canyon.  1903-1925.

P.95.205 Non-Indian people with horses in Black Canyon.  1903-1925.

P.95.206 Non-Indian people with horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “We walked partway.”  1903-1925.

P.95.207 Non-Indian people with horses beside river in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon. All white people had to get permit of Supt. At Crow Agency to travel in this area.”  1903-1925.

P.95.208 Two non-Indian people on horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Both riders and horses getting tired.”  1903-1925.

P.95.209 People with pack horses in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Almost down-the bed pack is slipping.”  1903-1925.

P.95.210 People on horses on trail in Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Finally-down at bottom of Black Canyon.”  1903-1925.

P.95.211 Black Canyon River flowing through Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Black Canyon river is icy, clear & swift.”  1903-1925.

P.95.212 Three people at camp in bottom of Black Canyon.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Permanent camp at valley bottom of Clack Canyon. Mother, I am Mr. Lesh, a friend.”  1903-1925.

P.95.213 Pretty Enemy beside horse dragging tipi poles in Big Horn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Pretty Enemy moving tipi poles at camp in Big Horns called “Tipi Pole Spring.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.214 Pretty Enemy debarking tipi poles in Bighorn Mountains.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Pretty Enemy at Mountain Camp using a draw shave to take bark off pole and get to right dimension.”  1903-1925.

P.95.215 Pretty Enemy debarking tipi poles in Bighorn Mountains.  1903-1925.

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P.95.216 Two Native people loading tipi poles onto wagon in Bighorn Mountains. Two horses stand in front of wagon.  1903-1925.

P.95.217 Two Native people loading tipi poles onto wagon in Bighorn Mountains. Two horses stand in front of wagon.  1903-1925.

P.95.218 Several tipi poles leaning against tree in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “How tipi poles are stored when not in use.”  1903-1925.

P.95.219 Several tipi poles leaning against tree in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “How tipi poles are stored when not in use.”  1903-1925.

P.95.220 Three people setting up tipi with horses watching in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.221 Two Native women setting up tipis in cam in Montana. Horses and wagons behind tipis.  1903-1925.

P.95.222 Two Native women setting up tipis in cam in Montana. Other tipis, tents, and horses in background.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Another phase of covering poles with canvas.”  1903-1925.

P.95.223 Two Native women putting cover over tipi poles. Trees in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.224 Two Native women putting cover over tipi poles. Trees in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.225 Native woman putting pins through canvas to hold it together over poles in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.226 Native women moving poles with tipi flaps with horses in background in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Fixing flaps which control ventilation.”  1903-1925.

P.95.227 Two tipis with decorations in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.228 Children, dogs, and wagons next to two tipis; one with horses painted on it.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Old time decoration on 1 of tipis.”  1903-1925.

P.95.229 Two tipis with what appears to be a sweat lodge beside them in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Tipis with Sweat Booth.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.230 Two tipis with Native people working around them in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Tipis in use.”  1903-1925.

P.95.231 Saddled horses and one rider next to two tipis.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Tipis in use-horse and man on horseback nearby.”  1903-1925.

P.95.232 Three tipis with Native people next to them in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.233 Three tipis with Native people next to them in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.234 Wagon and person next to two tipis among trees in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.235 Medicine Crow with another man on horse next to tipi in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Medicine Crow (standing), & friend at tipi.”  1903-1925.

P.95.236 Pretty Shell and Pretty Beads in tipi doorway in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Pretty Shell & Pretty Beads in doorway of tipi.”  1903-1925.

P.95.237 Two young Natïve women in front of tipi in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.238 Several Native men standing in row in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Watching arrows being thrown at target.”  1903-1925.

P.95.239 Several Native men next to target with arrows in it and horses in background in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, Arrows have almost all been thrown at target.”  1903-1925.

P.95.240 Several Native men bending over arrows in target in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Checking to see who won.”  1903-1925.

P.95.241 Several Native men bending over arrows in target in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Tallying points in arrow game.”  1903-1925.

P.95.242 Several Native men bending over arrows in target in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.243 Native men with arrows for game.  1903-1925.

P.95.244 Native men with arrows for game.  1903-1925.

P.95.245 Several Native men throwing arrows at target in snow in Montana. One man on saddled horse behind them.  1903-1925.

P.95.246 Several Native men throwing arrows at target in snow in Montana. One man on saddled horse behind them.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Counting points-arrow game in winter.”  1903-1925.

P.95.247 Several Native men with arrows in target in snow in Montana. One man on saddled horse behind them.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Counting points-arrow game in winter.”  1903-1925.

P.95.248 Several Native men with arrows in target in snow in Montana. One man on saddled horse behind them.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Counting points-arrow game in winter.”  1903-1925.

P.95.249 Several Native men with arrows in target.  1903-1925.

P.95.250 Several Native men with arrows in target.  1903-1925.

P.95.251 Several Crow boys practicing their roping skills with one man on horse behind them in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.252 Several Crow boys practicing their roping skills with one man on horse behind them in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.253 Several Crow boys practicing their roping skills with one man on horse behind them in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.254 Native man on horse with polo mallet and balls with others in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.255 Native man on horse with polo mallet and balls with others in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.256 Several Native men in traditional regalia in Montana. Few women wrapped in blankets at bottom.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Men gathering for the dance.”  1903-1925.

P.95.257 Several Native men in traditional regalia in Montana. Few holding eagle staffs.  1903-1925.

P.95.258 Several Native people in traditional regalia with tipis in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.259 Several Native people in traditional regalia with tipis in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.260 Several Native people in traditional regalia with tipis in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.261 Native men in traditional regalia with tipi poles leaning against trees in background in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Crow man getting into dance formation.”  1903-1925.

P.95.262 Men wearing traditional regalia including eagle headdresses in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Men dancing. Note war bonnets, trailers and leggins.”  1903-1925.

P.95.263 Native men in traditional regalia with drummers in center in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Tom tom beaters in center playing & singing for men dancing.”  1903-1925.

P.95.264 Native men in traditional regalia with drummers in center in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.265 Native men in traditional regalia walking past tipi in Montana. One man carries buffalo skull on his back.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Note man carrying buffalo skull.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.266 Native men in traditional regalia during dance/ceremony with women in foreground with blankets around them in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.267 Medicine Crow & Shows a Fish wearing traditional regalia with many ermine skins hanging from their shirts dancing/walking during dance/ceremony in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Medicine Crow & Shows a Fish demonstrating dances.”  1903-1925.

P.95.268 Many Crow people standing on edge of tilled area in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Preparing ground for planting of seed for Tobacco dance.”  1903-1925.

P.95.269 Many Crow people standing on edge of tilled area in Montana. Tipi in background and dog in center.  1903-1925.

P.95.270 Many Crow people standing on edge of tilled area in Montana. Tipi in background and dog in center.  1903-1925.

P.95.271 Many Crow people standing on edge of tilled area in Montana. Tipi in background and dog in center.  1903-1925.

P.95.272 Women lined up for Tobacco dance ceremony in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Women Tobacco (Seed Planting) dance.”  1903-1925.

P.95.273 Women lined up for Tobacco dance ceremony with men in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

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P.95.274 Mrs. Banks-Good Heart and other women wearing blankets lined up for Tobacco dance ceremony.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Banks-Good Heart one of main leaders in Tobacco dance-women-planting seed ceremony.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.275 Women wearing blankets lined up for Tobacco dance ceremony in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Women in dance ceremony at planting of tobacco seed.”  1903-1925.

P.95.276 Native person standing outside ‘Medicine Tipi’ with other tipis in background in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Medicine Tobacco Dance tipi.”  1903-1925.

P.95.277 Native person standing outside ‘Medicine Tipi’ with other tipis in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.278 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Henry Russel demonstrating Young Man’s Dance.”  1903-1925.

P.95.279 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.280 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Henry Russel demonstrating Young Men’s Dance.”  1903-1925.

P.95.281 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Young Man’s dance steps. Henry Russel demonstrating.”  1903-1925.

P.95.282 Henry Russel dancing wearing porcupine roach headdress and bustle in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.283 Four young Native men wearing traditional dance regalia in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Left to right-1.Max Big Man 2.? 3.Russel White Bear 4.? Young men dancers typical outfits.”  1903-1925.

P.95.284 Ten Native ‘Mud Dancers’ in traditional regalia in Montana.  Hand written on the edge of slide, “’Mud dancers’ front row 1)Bull all the Time 2)? 3) One Goose 4)Scolds a Bear (back l-r) 1)? 2) Big Sheep 3) Ben Spotted Horse 4)Andrew Wallace 5) Howard Pretty Weasel 6) Ben Hillside.”  1903-1925.

P.95.285 Ten Native ‘Mud Dancers’ in traditional regalia in Montana.  Hand written on the edge of slide, “’Mud dancers’ front row 1)Bull all the Time 2)? 3) One Goose 4)Scolds a Bear (back l-r) 1)? 2) Big Sheep 3) Ben Spotted Horse 4)Andrew Wallace 5) Howard Pretty Weasel 6) Ben Hillside.”  1903-1925.

P.95.286 Crow tipis among trees and horse drinking from Little Bighorn River in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “General Camp-Crow Indian-Winter scene.”  1903-1925.

P.95.287 Crow tipis among trees and horse drinking from Little Bighorn River in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Camp scene-Little Horn River.”  1903-1925.

P.95.288 Horses drinking from Little Bighorn River with tipis on edge of river.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Watering horses at Little Horn River-Crow Camp.”  1903-1925.

P.95.289 Horses drinking from Little Bighorn River with tipis on edge of river.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Near view of horses being watered near Crow camp-Little Horn River.”  1903-1925.

P.95.290 Several tipis and wall tents with horses and wagons in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “General camp at Lodge Grass-mostly tipis-no autos.”  1903-1925.

P.95.291 Several men on horses crossing Little Bighorn River in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Men getting ready for assembling of parade-crossing Little Horn River.”  1903-1925.

P.95.292 Several men on horses crossing Little Bighorn River in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.293 Several Native people on horses with tipis in background and some horses pulling tipi poles to camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Parade groups gathering for parade. Travois-‘old time’ transportation.”  1903-1925.

P.95.294 Several Native people on horses with tipis in background and some horses pulling tipi poles to camp in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.295 Several Native people on horses with tipis and log cabin in background and some horses pulling tipi poles to camp in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.296 Woman on horse leading pack horse with tipi among trees in background in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Woman on horseback hurrying to get in line for parade.”  1903-1925.

P.95.297 Native women on horses with one leading pack horse and log cabin in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.298 Plenty Coups and another Crow man on horses in traditional regalia in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Plenty Coups-head chief of Crow tribe of Pryor District-leading parade with his own flag.”  1903-1925.

P.95.299 Native men in traditional regalia on horses carrying flags in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.300 Native people on horses wearing traditional clothing in parade in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Parade at Lodge Grass, Montana.”  1903-1925.

P.95.301 Woman in traditional clothing on horse for parade in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Woman at parade-she has excellent examples of early day paraphenalia.”  1903-1925.

P.95.302 Four Crow women on horses with beaded martingales, three women wearing elk tooth dresses.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana-Crow Squaws with their elk tooth dresses.”  1903-1925.

P.95.303 Young Crow woman wearing elk tooth dress on horse with many beaded accoutrements for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.304 Three young Crow girls wearing elk tooth dresses with one on horse in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.305 Five young Crow girls in traditional clothing (four wearing elk tooth dresses) on horses with beaded martingales for parade in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Polly Grasshopper (w/lance) Agnes Yellow Tail, Annette Blaine, Mary & Mary Ann Carpenter.”  1903-1925.

P.95.306 Mary and Mary Ann Carpenter wearing elk tooth dresses with infant brother in beaded cradleboard against bushes in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.307 Mary and Mary Ann Carpenter wearing elk tooth dresses with infant sibling in beaded cradleboard in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mary & Mary Ann Carpenter and Brother.”  1903-1925.

P.95.308 Mary Carpenter wearing elk tooth dress with infant sibling in beaded cradleboard.  1903-1925.

P.95.309 Mary and Mary Ann Carpenter wearing elk tooth dresses with siblings, one in cradleboard against bushes in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.310 Four young Crow girls wearing traditional clothing on horses with beaded martingales for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.311 Four Crow girls, tow on horses, wearing elk tooth dresses and beaded moccasins for parade in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Standing-Pretty Beads White Arm (the larger) and Mary Carpenter. On horse-Rena Left and Mary Ann.”  1903-1925.

P.95.312 Two Crow girls standing wrapped in blankets and two Crow girls riding horse wearing elk tooth dresses for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.313 Henry Russel?? In Crow style saddle on horse with beaded accoutrements for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.314 Young Crow child on horse with beaded accoutrements for parade in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.315 Two saddled horses, one with rider, in front of two tipis in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.316 Tipis and wall tents in camp with wagons beside them in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “A Crow winter camp. Note increase in number of tents over tipis.”  1903-1925.

P.95.317 Crow camp with tipis, tents, and wagons among trees in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Tents are replacing tipis as easier to handle.”  1903-1925.

P.95.318 Crow people outside tipi in camp in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.319 Native woman cooking on campfire in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Outdoor cooking in summer.”  1903-1925.

P.95.320 Crow men and women inside tipi around campfire in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Crow family group inside the tipi.”  1903-1925.

P.95.321 Crow men and children under arbor to keep cool in summer camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “A shade was built for outdoor living in summer.”  1903-1925.

P.95.322 Woman under arbor in front of tent in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Note way blanket is wrapped around roped to form a cradle for baby.”  1903-1925.

P.95.323 Crow woman carrying firewood to tipi with other people in camp in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Woman carrying wood for fire in tipi.”  1903-1925.

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P.95.324 Native woman walking with cane next to tent in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.325 Native woman walking with cane next to tent in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Old woman with cane.”  1903-1925.

P.95.326 Three Fore Top and family in camp with dogs, horses, and wagons in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Man-Three Fore Top.”  1903-1925.

P.95.327 Native people with horses and wagons in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.328 Crow people gathered around campfire at night next to tipi in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Crows are gifted as conversationalists. They enjoyed gathering to visit and to tell stories.”  1903-1925.

P.95.329 Two Crow people on horses leading pack horses on pathway in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Sunshade.”  1903-1925.

P.95.330 Crow people on horses leading pack horses, some dragging tipi poles in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.331 Several Crow people on horses leading pack horses, some dragging tipi poles in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.332 Crow people on horses leading pack horses, some dragging tipi poles in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.333 Horses with one rider leading pack horse dragging tipi poles in Montana. Tipis and log cabin in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.334 Riders on horses, some leading pack horses dragging tipi poles in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.335 Riders on horses, some leading pack horses dragging tipi poles in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.336 Native rider on horse leading pack horse dragging tipi poles in Montana. Tipis and round barn in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.337 Riders on horses, some leading pack horses dragging tipi poles in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.338 Riders on horses, some leading pack horses dragging tipi poles in Montana. Log cabin and tipi in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.339 Riders on horses, some leading pack horses dragging tipi poles in Montana. Tipis in background.  1903-1925.

P.95.340 Girl looking in wagon next to tipi tent in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.341 Pretty Enemy pushing ‘stick’ against stomach while sitting on ground.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Pretty Enemy showing how stomach stick was used for physical ailments.”  1903-1925.

P.95.342 Pretty Enemy pushing ‘stick’ against stomach while sitting on ground.  1903-1925.

P.95.343 Native women bending over spitting water into hands.  Hand written on edge of slide, “To wash face 1st fill mouth with water then spray into hands.”  1903-1925.

P.95.344 Native woman with child on lap grooming hair while another child sits nearby.  Hand written on edge of slide, “On the hunt. Lice were a problem.”  1903-1925.

P.95.345 Two Native women talking in front of tipi with dog lying next to tipi in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Two old women having a quarrel. They are so angry they do not realize their picture is being taken. Notice clenched fist of one.”  1903-1925.

P.95.346 Native man and dog in front of tipi in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Moccasin Top had just gotten up. He’s a good sport about having his picture taken.”  1903-1925.

P.95.347 Native person standing wrapped in blanket in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “It was customary to take a morning dip in the stream.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.348 Small Crow girl wearing elk tooth dress next to small boy wearing woolly chaps, hat and beaded gloves.  1903-1925.

P.95.349 Crow woman sitting and smoking wearing elk tooth dress while two others are in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.350 Mr. and Mrs. Bear Claw standing together. She wears an elk tooth dress and he wears and non-Indian suit and hat in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mr. and Mrs. Bear Claw. Elk tooth dress around $2,000.”  1903-1925.

P.95.351 Crazy Head sitting wearing buckskin shirt adorned with beads, ermine skins, and human hair.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Crazy Head-one of Crow’s great warriors-notice human hair on buckskin shirt.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.352 Portrait of Bull All The Time wearing hat with feather and vest.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Bull All the Time, relative of Bear Don’t Walk.”  1903-1925.

P.95.353 Native man wearing non-Indian clothing holding reins of saddled horse in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.354 Native man wearing traditional clothing on horse with beaded accoutrements in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.355 Native man wearing traditional clothing on horse with beaded accoutrements in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.356 Portrait of Little Owl wearing headdress and cloth shirt with ermine skins on sleeves.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Little Owl-Big Horn District.”  Photographer: Richard Throssel.  1903-1925.

P.95.357 Portrait of Bull Goes Hunting, Crow historian and storyteller.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Bull Goes Hunting-Chief Medicine Crow’s stepfather. Known as tribal historian and storyteller. Over 100 years old.”  1903-1925.

P.95.358 Standing portrait of Bear Claw against trees.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Bear Claw.”  1903-1925.

P.95.359 Standing portrait of Scolds the Bear wearing non-Indian clothing.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Scolds the Bear.”  1903-1925.

P.95.360 Native man in non-Indian clothing in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.361 Jennie Wallace wearing elk tooth dress holding infant in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Jennie Wallace in elk tooth dress with her baby.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.362 Mrs. Shows As He Goes wearing elk tooth dress carrying infant in cradleboard on her back.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Shows As He Goes carrying papoose board with ‘Fatty’ Rides a White Hipped Horse (Jim).”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.363 Crow woman holding Wolf Lies Down infant in beaded cradleboard.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Geo. No Horses’ Mother holding Wolf Lies Down baby in beautiful papoose board or carrier.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.364 Crow woman holding Wolf Lies Down infant in beaded cradleboard.  1903-1925.

P.95.365 Standing portrait of Pretty Shell and Pretty Beads wrapped in blanket.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Pretty Shell and Pretty Beads.”  1903-1925.

P.95.366 Crow mother, Clara Rides a White Hipped Horse, holding son, Jim, in beaded cradleboard in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Clara Rides a White Hipped Horse and son Jim.”  1903-1925.

P.95.367 Portrait of Yellow Tail wearing porcupine head ornament (roach) and breast plate over cloth shirt.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Yellow Tail wearing porcupine hair head ornament.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.368 White Arm on pale horse and Pretty Beads on dark horse with Crow style saddle and beaded martingale.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Montana. White Arm and Pretty Beads on horse back.”  Photographer: William H. Rau.  1903-1925.

P.95.369 Standing portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Left Han wearing traditional clothing and mother holding Rena in elk tooth dress in Montana. Medicine Tail (wife) is half Oglala Sioux and half Crow.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mr. & Mrs. Left Hand and Rena.”  1903-1925.

P.95.370 Mrs. Left Hand holding Rena on back with blanket in Lodge Grass, Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mrs. Left Hand & Rena, Lodge Grass.”  1903-1925.

P.95.371 Standing portrait of Pretty Enemy in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.372 Standing portrait of Beth Iron Horse wrapped in blanket in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Beth Iron Horse.”  1903-1925.

P.95.373 Agnes Yellow Tail standing among several horses in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Agnes Yellow Tail (later-Mrs. Deer Nose).”  1903-1925.

P.95.374 Standing portraits of Irene Not Afraid and Florence Medicine Tail in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Irene Not Afraid (later Mrs. Carson Yellow Tail), Florence Medicine Tail (later Mrs. Mark Real Bird).”  1903-1925.

P.95.375 Standing portrait of Irene Not Afraid in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Irene Not Afraid (married Carson Yellow Tail).”  1903-1925.

P.95.376 Portrait of Native man wearing eagle headdress and buckskin shirt with beadwork and human hair in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.377 Native man in traditional clothing with eagle headdress carrying lance in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.378 Mabel Townsend in elk tooth dress in snow in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Mabel Townsend-mother Mary Shane (later One Goose) married Arthur Bravo and later Henry Pretty on Top.”  1903-1925.

P.95.379 Gros Ventre man on horse in traditional clothing in front of tipi.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Prairie Gros Ventre.”  1903-1925.

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P.95.380 Elderly Native person sitting on ground holding walking stick in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.381 Elderly Native person sitting on ground holding walking stick in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.382 Elderly Native person sitting on ground holding walking stick in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.383 Two Native children on white horse among trees in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.384 Two Native children on white horse in front of tipi in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.385 Two Native children, one on white horse, and one standing beside horse in front of tipi in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.386 Crow camp with tipis, tents, horses and people in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.387 Crow camp with tipis, tents, horses, wagons and people in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.388 Crow camp with tipis, tents, horses, wagons and people in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.389 Crow camp with tipis, tents, horses, wagons and people in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.390 Crow camp with tipis, tents, horses, wagons and people in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.391 Crow camp with tipis, tents, horses, wagons and people in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.392 Crow camp with tipis, tents, horses, wagons and people in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.393 Crow people in traditional regalia in parade, with some carrying flags in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.394 Native man on horse carrying staff in front of tipis and house in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.395 Horses and riders in river in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.396 Horses and riders in river in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.397 Horses and riders in river in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.398 Native woman and child in camp with meat hanging to dry in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.399 Native family in camp with meat hanging to dry in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Look like Cheyennes.”  1903-1925.

P.95.400 Native women sitting in front of tent possibly sewing in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.401 Two Native women sitting on ground working while something hangs to dry in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.402 Native people in camp under shelter while a woman bends over cooking fire in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.403 Several Native people sitting wrapped in blankets near tipi.  1903-1925.

P.95.404 Several Native people sitting wrapped in blankets near tipi. Dogs nearby.  1903-1925.

P.95.405 Native man wearing hat working with pack horses in the brush in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.406 Tipi ring of rocks on prairie in Montana.  Hand written on edge of slide, “Tipi ring,”  1903-1925.

P.95.407 View of tipis through brush in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.408 Camp with tipis, wagons, and wood piles in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.409 Group of Native people sitting on ground with some men on horse in background in Montana.  1903-1925.

P.95.410 Native and non-Indian people near tent, wagons, and blankets spread on ground in Montana.

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P.95.428 Group of four Native women, two on horseback and two standing.  Handwritten on Negative “No. 21, Annie Bear Don’t Walk and Nellie Scratch His Face”.  Typed on sleeve: “Nellie Bear don’t talk and Nellie Scratch his Face”.  1903-1925.

P.95.430 Elderly Native man.  Handwritten on Negative “Over”.  Typed on sleeve “Little Wolf, Cheyenne chief”.  1903-1925.

P.95.431 Elderly Native man wearing bear claw necklace, shield, and rock hammer.  Typed on sleeve “White Swan, Crow scout in costume.”  1903-1925.

P.95.432 Elderly Native man standing with cane.  Handwritten on negative “No. 10 The Early Indian”.  Handwritten on sleeve “Early Indians, Old With Cane”.  1903-1925.

P.95.433 Elderly Native man wearing feather headdress.  Typed on sleeve “Crow Indians, April 1928, Petaldt.  White Swan”.  April 1928.

P.95.434 Native man wearing headdress, leggings, and holding tomahawk.  Typed on sleeve “Crow Indians, April 1928, Petzaldt, Harry Russell, Pryor Christian depicting early life”.  April 1928.

P.95.435 Elderly Native man standing, wearing feather headdress.  Typed on sleeve “Old Indian, In Head Dress”.  1903-1925.

P.95.436 Elderly Native man.  Typed on sleeve “Indian, 2/18/27, Bruce E. Kinney, Shot In The Hand a follower of the War Trail, but for several years a follower of the Jusus Road Crow”.  February 18, 1927.

P.95.437 Elderly Native man wearing cowboy hat.  Handwritten on sleeve “Jack Woodtick – Crow, 1922”.  1922.

P.95.438 Elderly Native man.  Typed on sleeve “H. Myers 12/15/19, Old Indian chief.”.  December 15, 1919.

P.95.439 Group of three seated Native men wearing cowboy hats.  Handwritten on sleeve “Three typical Crow Indians, H.S. Myers, 1919”.  1919.

P.95.440 Group of Native and white men sitting in log structure.  Typed on sleeve “H. Myers, 12/15/19, Crow Indian feast.”.  December 15, 1919.

P.95.441 Native woman with braids, wearing head scarf.  Handwritten on sleeve “Lucy Turns back Plenty member of Pryor Crow Indian Baptist Church Montana, McIntosh, 1926”.  1926.

P.95.447 Man wearing suit, tie, and wire rimmed glasses.  Typed on sleeve “Indian Petzoldt, John Frost.”.  1903-1925.

P.95.448 Native man with roach and braids.  Handwritten on sleeve “Shoving Pointing”.  Typed on sleeve “Indian Petzoldt”.  1903-1925.

P.95.449 Native man sitting with drum, wearing moccasins and feather headdress.  Typed on sleeve “Indian Petzoldt, Charges Strong Crow Indian tom tom beater.”.  1903-1925.

P.95.450 Native sitting with blanket pulled over shoulders.  Handwritten on sleeve “Crow head gear, Petzoldt”.  1903-1925.

P.95.490 Group of Native people walking in front of tipi.  Handwritten on sleeve “Montana Lodge-grass”.  1903-1925.

P.95.491 Group of Native people on horseback surrounding grave.  Handwritten on sleeve “Christian Crow Funeral”.  1903-1925.

P.95.492 George Armstrong Custer.  Caption on photo reads “Major-General George A. Custer (From A Photograph by Brady)”.  1903-1925.

P.95.526 Native person constructing tipi.  Typed on sleeve “Fashioning the teepee”.  1903-1925.

P.95.527 Wooden frame for wickiup or sweat lodge.  Typed on sleeve “Indians May 1929 Petzoldt, The sweat booth”.  May 1929.

P.95.528 Two Native people standing outside wickiup or sweat lodge.  Handwritten on sleeve “Crow Indians, Petzoldt, 1928”.  1928.

P.95.529 Group of four Natives, three men and one woman.  Handwritten on sleeve “Spotted Rabbitt and Wife, Petzoldt, 1928.”  1928.

P.95.530 Bundle in tree.  Handwritten on sleeve “Crow grave in tree, Petzoldt, 1928”.  1928.

P.95.531 Native woman working with stretched animal skin.  Handwritten on sleeve “Designing the Paraflesche, Petzoldt”.  1903-1925.

P.95.534 Native person working with stretched animal skin.  Handwritten on sleeve “Tanning”.  1903-1925.

P.95.535 Three Native people working with stretched animal skins.  Handwritten on sleeve “Flesching the hide”.  1903-1925.

P.95.536 Two Native people crouched on ground working with stretched animal skins.  Handwritten on sleeve “Tanning”.  1903-1925.

P.95.539 Head and torso of man wearing glasses.  Handwritten on verso “Petzoldts”.  1903-1925.

P.95.540 Native woman sitting on ground with mortar and pestle and frame for wikiup or sweat lodge in background.  Handwritten on negative “Grinding Roots”.  Handwritten on sleeve “Grinding Roots”.  1903-1925.

P.95.542 Two tipis.  Handwritten on sleeve “Leipees”.  1903-1925.

P.95.601 Native man on horseback, Native man standing, and child.  Handwritten on negative “601”.  1903-1925.



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