00670 George W. Hill
Includes scenes of the Badlands, Missouri River steamboats, Yankton, Fort Abercrombie, Fort Stevenson, Fort Buford, Fort Thompson, Grand River Agency, Fort Sully, Santee Agency, and Cheyenne Agency. Native American photos include Assiniboine village at Fort Buford; signing of peace treaty between Rees, Mandans, Gros Ventres, and Sissetons; scouts and their tipis at Fort Rice; and several portraits. Photographers respresented include Stanley J. Morrow, C. L. Hamilton, Upton, and an unidentified photographer. (76 prints on stereo cards)
00687 Ralph Hall
Includes scenes of the town of Carrington, a Fort Totten encampment, and several Indian portraits and scenes, some of which involved identification of Dakota Sioux including Chief Yellow Fish, Chief Red Dog, Charles Tikanye, Cantehniyaye (Shaking Heart), George Hunt, Pagonta (Mallard), Iwankena (Reclining Woman), and Istazina (Yellow Eyes). Included photographers are Herbert D. Cooper, Devils Lake; F.D. Norton, New Rockford; J. Orville Johnson, Washington DC; Dan Dutro, Fort Benton MT; and T.W. Ingersoll. (31 post cards)
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