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Delegation of Sioux Indians from Crow Creek and Lower Brule Agencies October 1888

Creator:
Anderson, W. W
Subject:
Fire Thunder Dakota
Bowed Head Dakota
Big Mane Dakota
Standing Cloud Dakota
Medicine Bull Dakota
Rencountre, Alexander
Wizi Dakota
Bull Head Dakota
Wadsworth, John Miami
Dakota:
Dog Back
Carpenter, William
Physical description:
1 print
Culture:
Dakota Indians
Miami Indians
Indians of North America Northeast
Indians of North America Great Plains
Type:
Photographs
Date:
October 1888
Topic:
Federal-Indian relations
American Indian
Delegations
Local number:
NAA INV 10000145
Summary:
Persons are (left to right, first row) Fire Thunder (captain of police at Lower Brule), Big Mane (Lower Brule), Medicine Bull (Lower Brule), Dog Back (Crow Creek), and William Carpenter (captain of police, Crow Creek); (second row) Bowed Head (Crow Creek), Standing Cloud (Lower Brule), Wizi (Crow Creek), Bull Head (Lower Brule); (third row) Alexander Rencontre (interpreter, Lower Brule), and John Wadsworth (a Miami Indian from Indian Territory)
Cite as:
Photo Lot 87-2P (part), National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Data Source:
National Anthropological Archives
Visitor Tag(s):

Delegation to Washington, October 14, 1888 under James McLaughlin, photographed on the steps of the Capitol Oct 14 1888

Creator:
ANONYMOUS
Standing Elk Cheyenne
Subject:
Stevick, G. L
Tappen, S. F Col
Gardner, R. S Col
Belt, R. V
Wright, John V Hon
Cleveland, William J Reverend
Pratt, Richard Henry 1840-1924
Oberly, John H Hon
Church, L. K Gov
Rice, Edmond Hon
Ugly Wild Horse
Bad Wild Horse
Sung-Wa-To-Gla Si-Ca
Pretty Eagle
Good Eagle
Wan-Bli Wa-Ste
He Dog
Sun-Ka Blo-Ka
Good Voice
Ho Wa-Ste
Quick Bear
Ma-To O-Han-Ke
Black Wolf
Sun-K To-Ke-Ca Wak-Pa-Iya
Swift Bear
Ma-To Luza-Han
Ring Thunder
Wa-Kin-Yan Can-Gle-Ska
Two Strikes
Grey Eagle Tail
Wandli Sinte Hota
Sky Bull
Ta-Tan-Ka Ma-Hpi-Ya
Red Fish
Ho-Gan Luta
Yellow Hair
Hin-Zi
Eagle Horse
Wan-Bli Sun-Ka
Flood, Thomas
Spencer, L. F Col
Sitting Bull Hunkpapa Dakota
Ta-Tan-Ka-Iyo-Tan-Ke
Two Bears, Stephen
Ma-To Non-Pa
Bear's Rib
Ma-To Cu-Wi
Thunder Hawk
Ce-Tan Wa-Kin-Yan
High Eagle
Wan-Bli Wan-Kan-Tuya
Big Head
Na-Su-La Tan-Ka
Pa Tan-Ka
Mad Bear
Brave Bear
Ma-To O-Hi-Ti-Ka
Grey Eagle Dakota
Wan-Bli Ho Ta
Hairy Chin
I-Ku Hin-La
Walking Eagle
Wan-Bli Ma-Ni
High Bear
Ma-To Wan-Kan-Tu-Ya
Fire Heart
Can-Te Pe-Ta
Grass, John Chief
Pe-Ji
Si-Yo Wi-Ki
Gall Dakota
Pi-Zi
Primeau, Louis
McLaughlin, James Major
Dog Back
Sun-Ka Tapetu
Standing Soldier 1st Lieut
A-Ki-Ci-Ta Na-Jin
Yellow Bear
Little Hawk
Ce-Tan Ci-Ka-La
Little Wound
Ta-Opi Ci-Ka-La
Little Chief
Pretty Lance
Good Lance
Wa-Hin-Kpe Wa-Ste
Fast Thunder
Wa-Kin-Yan Lu-Za-Han
No Flesh
Co-Ni-Ca Wa-Ni-Ca
American Horse 1840-1908
Wa-Si-Cun Ta-Shum-Ke
Sword, George Capt
Plenty Bears
Ma-To O-Ta
Rowland, Benjamin
Wells, Philip F
Gallagher, H. D Col
White Ghost
Drifting Goose
Bowed Head Dakota
Little Bear
Mato Cikala
Spotted Elk
Big Foot Dakota
Crow Eagle
Kan-Gi Wan-Bli
White Swan
Ma-Ga-Ska
Charger
Wa-A-Na-Tan
Spotted Eagle
Wan-Bli- Gle-Ska
Swift Bird
Zi-Tka-La Lu-Za-Han
Little No Heart
Can-Te Wa-Ni-Ca Ci-Ka-La
Narcelle, Narcisse
Larabee, William
Larvie, William
McChesney, C. E Dr
Wells, Mark
Carpenter, William
Fire Thunder Dakota
Medicine Bull Dakota
Bull Head Dakota
Wizi
Anderson, W. W Maj
Recontre, Alec
Campbell, Joe
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Indians
Dakota Upper Yanktonai
Dakota Lower Yanktonai
Cheyenne Indians
Dakota Brule
Dakota Hunkpapa
Blackfoot Dakota
Indians of North America Great Plains
Sihasapa Indians
Brulé Indians
Hunkpapa Indians
Yanktonai Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1888
Oct 14 1888
Topic:
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA INV 10000522
OPPS NEG 3351 C
Summary:
From the Wrenne list and the list from the South Dakota Historical Society have been compiled a list for distribution which combines the identifications from the two lists. Mr Anderson used a copy of the Wrenne list, submitted to him by the BAE, and made corrections and added the Agency names from the South Dakota Historical Society photograph. The South Dakota Historical Society list did not contain the Indian names; these are all from the Wrenne list. The tribal identifications and other comments in parentheses are by Harry Anderson. Note: In January 1965 an original print was located in the U. S. National Museum. (Division of Ethnology) collection which has the individuals numbered and a printed list of names attached to the mount. Presumably this is like the one from which Anderson worked at the South Dakota Historical Society. A new typed list was made, January '65, crediting the N. M. print as the source (and correcting some previous mis-readings of Anderson's writing) of the English names
The English names are taken from an original print in the U. S. National Museum collection which has the individuals numbered and a printed list of names attached to the mount. The Indian names below were supplied in 1937 by Vernon W. Wrenne, Rockford, Illinois, with the help of Indian friends and a missionary to the Indians, Mr Thomas Riggs of Pierre, South Dakota, then aged 90. Tribal designations and other comments in parenthenses were supplied in 1960 by Harry Anderson, Assistant Secretary, South Dakota Historical Society, Pierre, South Dakota
First Row, Left to Right: 1. G. L. Stevick - Teacher at Rosebud Agency; see BAE Photos Catalog Number 4574:(33). 2. Col. S. F. Tappen - Member of 1867-68 Peace Commission). 3. Col. R. S. Gardner, Inspector (Indian Department). - Possibly same as man at left in BAE Photos Catalog Number 4574:(13 ?) 4. R. V. Belt, Indian Department - Sometime acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 5. Hon. John V. Wright, Commissioner - Judge John V. Wright, Tennessee; see BAE Negative Number "Portraits" 13-b. 6. Rev. William J. Cleveland, Commissioner -Missionary at Rosebud Agency. 7. Capt. R. H. Pratt, Commissioner - Head of Carlisle Indian School. 8. Hon. John H. Oberly, Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 9. Gov. L. K. Church of Dakota Territory. 10. Hon. Edmond Rice, Minnesota
Second Row, Left to Right: Rosebud Agency Delegation (All Brule Sioux) 1. Ugly Wild Horse (Bad Wild Horse) Sung-Wa-To-Gla Si-Ca, 2. Pretty Eagle (Good Eagle) Wan-Bli Wa-Ste, 3. He Dog, Sun-Ka Blo-Ka, 4. Good Voice, Ho Wa-Ste, 5. Quick Bear, Ma-To O-Han-Ke, 6. Black Wolf, Sun-K To-Ke-Ca Wak-Pa-Iya, 7. Swift Bear, Ma-To Luza-Han, 8. Ring Thunder, Wa-Kin-Yan Can Gle-Ska, 9. Two Strike, Nom Kahpa or Nom A Papi, 10. Grey Eagle Tail, Wandli Sinte Hota, 11. Sky Bull, Ta-Tan-Ka Ma-Hpi-Ya, 12. Red Fish, Ho-Gan Luta, 13. Yellow Hair, Hin-Zi, 14. Eagle Horse, Wan-Bli Sun-Ka, 15. Thomas Flood, Interpreter, 16. Col. L. F. Spencer, Agent at Rosebud
Third Row, Left to Right: Standing Rock Agency Delegation. 1. Sitting Bull (Hunkpapa Sioux) Ta-Tan-Ka-Iyo-Tan-Ke, 2. Stephen Two Bears (Lower Yanktonai) Ma-To Non-Pa, 3. Bear's Rib (Hunkpapa Sioux), Ma-To Cu-Wi, 4. Thunder Hawk (Hunkpapa Sioux), Ce-Tan Wa-Kin-Yan, 5. High Eagle (Hunkpapa Sioux), Wan-Bli Wan-Kan-Tuya, 6. Big Head (Upper Yanktonai), Na-Su-La Tan-Ka or Pa Tan-Ka, 7. Mad Bear (Lower Yanktonai) (Brave Bear), Ma-To O-Hi-Ti-Ka, 8. Grey Eagle (Hunkpapa), Wan-Bli Ho Ta, 9. Hairy Chin (Hunkpapa) I-Ku Hin-La, 10. Walking Eagle (Upper Yanktonai), Wan-Bli Ma-Ni, called "Black Prairie Dog" in Lewis Crawford's Rekindling Campfires, Bismark, 1926, plate facing page 270 (showing Standing Rock delegation only), 11. High Bear (Upper Yanktonai), Ma-To Wan-Kan-Tu-Ya, 12. Fire Heart (Blackfoot Sioux), Can-Te Pe-Ta, 13. John Grass (Blackfoot Sioux) Pe-Ji (Si-Yo Wi-Ki, nickname), 14. Gall (Hunkpapa), Pi-Zi, 15. Louis Primeau, Interpreter, 16. Major James McLaughlin, Agent at Standing Rock
Fourth Row, Left to Right: Pine Ridge Delegation (All Oglala except two, as indicated) 1. Dog Back, Sun-Ka Tapetu, 2. Standing Soldier, 1st Lieut., Agency Police. 3. Yellow Bear, 4. Little Hawk, Ce-Tan Ci-Ka-La, 5. Little Wound, Ta-Opi Ci-Ka-La, 6. Little Chief, Cheyenne, 7. Pretty Lance (Good Lance), Wa-Kin-Kpe Wa-Ste, 8. Standing Elk, Cheyenne, 9. Fast Thunder, Wa-Kin-Yan Lu-Za-Han, 10. No Flesh, Co-Ni-Ca Wa-Ni-Ca, 11. American Horse, Wa-Si-Cun Ta-Shum-Ke, 12. Capt. George Sword (Indian Police), 13. Plenty Bears, Ma-To O-Ta, 14. Benjamin Rowland, Interpreter (for Cheyennes), 15. Philip Wells, Interpreter, 16. Col. H. D. Gallagher, Agent at Pine Ridge. (There were a number of Northern Cheyenne still living on Pine Ridge in 1888; Little Chief and Standing Elk were their head men. --H. H. A.)
Fifth Row, Left to Right: Cheyenne River, Crow Creek, and Lower Brule Delegations. 1. White Ghost (Lower Yanktonai from Crow Creek), 2. Drifting Goose (Lower Yanktonai from Crow Creek), 3. Bowed Head (Yanktonai from Crow Creek), 4. Little Bear (Cheyenne River), Mato Cikala, 5. Spotted Elk (Cheyenne River; this Spotted Elk is the "Big Foot" of the Wounded Knee incident), 6. Crow Eagle (Cheyenne River), Kan-Gi Wan-Bli, 7. White Swan (Cheyenne River), Ma-Ga-Ska, 8. Charger (Cheyenne River), Wa-A-Na-Tan, 9. Spotted Eagle (Cheyenne River), Wan-Bli- Gle-Ska, 10. Swift Bird (Cheyenne River), Zi-Tka-La Lu-Za-Han, 11. Little No Heart (Cheyenne River), Can-Te Wa-Ni-Ca Ci-Ka-La, 12. Narcisse Narcelle (Interpreter, Crow Creek Agency), 13. Wm. Larabee (Also spelled Larvie), Interpreter (Crow Creek Agency), 14. Dr C. E. Mc Chesney, Agent at Cheyenne River Agency
Sixth Row, Left to Right: 1. Mark Wells, Interpreter (Crow Creek), 2. Wm. Carpenter, Capt. of Police Force (Crow Creek), 3. Fire Thunder, Capt. of Police Force (Lower Brule), 4. Medicine Bull (Lower Brule), 5. Bull Head (Lower Brule), 6. Wizi (Lower Yanktonai from Crow Creek). Seventh Row, Left to Right: 1. Major W. W. Anderson, Agent at Crow Creek and Lower Brule, 2. Alec Recontre, Interpreter (Lower Brule Agency), 3. Joe Campbell, Interpreter [Identification by Wrenne, not identified on original]
Cite as:
Negative 3351 C, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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National Anthropological Archives
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Delegation to Washington, October 14, 1888 under James McLaughlin, photographed on the steps of the Capitol Oct 14 1888

Creator:
ANONYMOUS
Standing Elk Cheyenne
Subject:
Stevick, G. L
Tappen, S. F Col
Gardner, R. S Col
Belt, R. V
Wright, John V Hon
Cleveland, William J Reverend
Pratt, Richard Henry 1840-1924
Oberly, John H Hon
Church, L. K Gov
Rice, Edmond Hon
Ugly Wild Horse
Bad Wild Horse
Sung-Wa-To-Gla Si-Ca
Pretty Eagle
Good Eagle
Wan-Bli Wa-Ste
He Dog
Sun-Ka Blo-Ka
Good Voice
Ho Wa-Ste
Quick Bear
Ma-To O-Han-Ke
Black Wolf
Sun-K To-Ke-Ca Wak-Pa-Iya
Swift Bear
Ma-To Luza-Han
Ring Thunder
Wa-Kin-Yan Can-Gle-Ska
Two Strikes
Grey Eagle Tail
Wandli Sinte Hota
Sky Bull
Ta-Tan-Ka Ma-Hpi-Ya
Red Fish
Ho-Gan Luta
Yellow Hair
Hin-Zi
Eagle Horse
Wan-Bli Sun-Ka
Flood, Thomas
Spencer, L. F Col
Sitting Bull Hunkpapa Dakota
Ta-Tan-Ka-Iyo-Tan-Ke
Two Bears, Stephen
Ma-To Non-Pa
Bear's Rib
Ma-To Cu-Wi
Thunder Hawk
Ce-Tan Wa-Kin-Yan
High Eagle
Wan-Bli Wan-Kan-Tuya
Big Head
Na-Su-La Tan-Ka
Pa Tan-Ka
Mad Bear
Brave Bear
Ma-To O-Hi-Ti-Ka
Grey Eagle Dakota
Wan-Bli Ho Ta
Hairy Chin
I-Ku Hin-La
Walking Eagle
Wan-Bli Ma-Ni
High Bear
Ma-To Wan-Kan-Tu-Ya
Fire Heart
Can-Te Pe-Ta
Grass, John Chief
Pe-Ji
Si-Yo Wi-Ki
Gall Dakota
Pi-Zi
Primeau, Louis
McLaughlin, James Major
Dog Back
Sun-Ka Tapetu
Standing Soldier 1st Lieut
A-Ki-Ci-Ta Na-Jin
Yellow Bear
Little Hawk
Ce-Tan Ci-Ka-La
Little Wound
Ta-Opi Ci-Ka-La
Little Chief
Pretty Lance
Good Lance
Wa-Hin-Kpe Wa-Ste
Fast Thunder
Wa-Kin-Yan Lu-Za-Han
No Flesh
Co-Ni-Ca Wa-Ni-Ca
American Horse 1840-1908
Wa-Si-Cun Ta-Shum-Ke
Sword, George Capt
Ma-To O-Ta
Plenty Bears
Rowland, Benjamin
Wells, Philip F
Gallagher, H. D Col
White Ghost
Drifting Goose
Bowed Head Dakota
Little Bear
Mato Cikala
Spotted Elk
Big Foot Dakota
Crow Eagle
Kan-Gi Wan-Bli
White Swan
Ma-Ga-Ska
Charger
Wa-A-Na-Tan
Spotted Eagle
Wan-Bli- Gle-Ska
Swift Bird
Zi-Tka-La Lu-Za-Han
Little No Heart
Can-Te Wa-Ni-Ca Ci-Ka-La
Narcelle, Narcisse
Larabee, William
Larvie, William
McChesney, C. E Dr
Wells, Mark
Carpenter, William
Fire Thunder Dakota
Medicine Bull Dakota
Bull Head Dakota
Wizi
Anderson, W. W Maj
Recontre, Alec
Campbell, Joe
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Indians
Dakota Upper Yanktonai
Dakota Lower Yanktonai
Cheyenne Indians
Dakota Brule
Dakota Hunkpapa
Blackfoot Dakota
Indians of North America Great Plains
Sihasapa Indians
Brulé Indians
Hunkpapa Indians
Yanktonai Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1888
Oct 14 1888
Topic:
Language and languages--Documentation
Local number:
NAA INV 10000525
OPPS NEG 43563
Summary:
From the Wrenne list and the list from the South Dakota Historical Society have been compiled a list for distribution which combines the identifications from the two lists. Mr Anderson used a copy of the Wrenne list, submitted to him by the BAE, and made corrections and added the Agency names from the South Dakota Historical Society photograph. The South Dakota Historical Society list did not contain the Indian names; these are all from the Wrenne list. The tribal identifications and other comments in parentheses are by Harry Anderson. Note: In January 1965 an original print was located in the U. S. National Museum. (Division of Ethnology) collection which has the individuals numbered and a printed list of names attached to the mount. Presumably this is like the one from which Anderson worked at the South Dakota Historical Society. A new typed list was made, January '65, crediting the N. M. print as the source (and correcting some previous mis-readings of Anderson's writing) of the English names
The English names are taken from an original print in the U. S. National Museum collection which has the individuals numbered and a printed list of names attached to the mount. The Indian names below were supplied in 1937 by Vernon W. Wrenne, Rockford, Illinois, with the help of Indian friends and a missionary to the Indians, Mr Thomas Riggs of Pierre, South Dakota, then aged 90. Tribal designations and other comments in parenthenses were supplied in 1960 by Harry Anderson, Assistant Secretary, South Dakota Historical Society, Pierre, South Dakota
First Row, Left to Right: 1. G. L. Stevick - Teacher at Rosebud Agency; see BAE Photos Catalog Number 4574:(33). 2. Col. S. F. Tappen - Member of 1867-68 Peace Commission). 3. Col. R. S. Gardner, Inspector (Indian Department). - Possibly same as man at left in BAE Photos Catalog Number 4574:(13 ?) 4. R. V. Belt, Indian Department - Sometime acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 5. Hon. John V. Wright, Commissioner - Judge John V. Wright, Tennessee; see BAE Negative Number "Portraits" 13-b. 6. Rev. William J. Cleveland, Commissioner -Missionary at Rosebud Agency. 7. Capt. R. H. Pratt, Commissioner - Head of Carlisle Indian School. 8. Hon. John H. Oberly, Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 9. Gov. L. K. Church of Dakota Territory. 10. Hon. Edmond Rice, Minnesota
Second Row, Left to Right: Rosebud Agency Delegation (All Brule Sioux) 1. Ugly Wild Horse (Bad Wild Horse) Sung-Wa-To-Gla Si-Ca, 2. Pretty Eagle (Good Eagle) Wan-Bli Wa-Ste, 3. He Dog, Sun-Ka Blo-Ka, 4. Good Voice, Ho Wa-Ste, 5. Quick Bear, Ma-To O-Han-Ke, 6. Black Wolf, Sun-K To-Ke-Ca Wak-Pa-Iya, 7. Swift Bear, Ma-To Luza-Han, 8. Ring Thunder, Wa-Kin-Yan Can Gle-Ska, 9. Two Strike, Nom Kahpa or Nom A Papi, 10. Grey Eagle Tail, Wandli Sinte Hota, 11. Sky Bull, Ta-Tan-Ka Ma-Hpi-Ya, 12. Red Fish, Ho-Gan Luta, 13. Yellow Hair, Hin-Zi, 14. Eagle Horse, Wan-Bli Sun-Ka, 15. Thomas Flood, Interpreter, 16. Col. L. F. Spencer, Agent at Rosebud
Third Row, Left to Right: Standing Rock Agency Delegation. 1. Sitting Bull (Hunkpapa Sioux) Ta-Tan-Ka-Iyo-Tan-Ke, 2. Stephen Two Bears (Lower Yanktonai) Ma-To Non-Pa, 3. Bear's Rib (Hunkpapa Sioux), Ma-To Cu-Wi, 4. Thunder Hawk (Hunkpapa Sioux), Ce-Tan Wa-Kin-Yan, 5. High Eagle (Hunkpapa Sioux), Wan-Bli Wan-Kan-Tuya, 6. Big Head (Upper Yanktonai), Na-Su-La Tan-Ka or Pa Tan-Ka, 7. Mad Bear (Lower Yanktonai) (Brave Bear), Ma-To O-Hi-Ti-Ka, 8. Grey Eagle (Hunkpapa), Wan-Bli Ho Ta, 9. Hairy Chin (Hunkpapa) I-Ku Hin-La, 10. Walking Eagle (Upper Yanktonai), Wan-Bli Ma-Ni, called "Black Prairie Dog" in Lewis Crawford's Rekindling Campfires, Bismark, 1926, plate facing page 270 (showing Standing Rock delegation only), 11. High Bear (Upper Yanktonai), Ma-To Wan-Kan-Tu-Ya, 12. Fire Heart (Blackfoot Sioux), Can-Te Pe-Ta, 13. John Grass (Blackfoot Sioux) Pe-Ji (Si-Yo Wi-Ki, nickname), 14. Gall (Hunkpapa), Pi-Zi, 15. Louis Primeau, Interpreter, 16. Major James McLaughlin, Agent at Standing Rock
Fourth Row, Left to Right: Pine Ridge Delegation (All Oglala except two, as indicated) 1. Dog Back, Sun-Ka Tapetu, 2. Standing Soldier, 1st Lieut., Agency Police. 3. Yellow Bear, 4. Little Hawk, Ce-Tan Ci-Ka-La, 5. Little Wound, Ta-Opi Ci-Ka-La, 6. Little Chief, Cheyenne, 7. Pretty Lance (Good Lance), Wa-Kin-Kpe Wa-Ste, 8. Standing Elk, Cheyenne, 9. Fast Thunder, Wa-Kin-Yan Lu-Za-Han, 10. No Flesh, Co-Ni-Ca Wa-Ni-Ca, 11. American Horse, Wa-Si-Cun Ta-Shum-Ke, 12. Capt. George Sword (Indian Police), 13. Plenty Bears, Ma-To O-Ta, 14. Benjamin Rowland, Interpreter (for Cheyennes), 15. Philip Wells, Interpreter, 16. Col. H. D. Gallagher, Agent at Pine Ridge. (There were a number of Northern Cheyenne still living on Pine Ridge in 1888; Little Chief and Standing Elk were their head men. --H. H. A.)
Fifth Row, Left to Right: Cheyenne River, Crow Creek, and Lower Brule Delegations. 1. White Ghost (Lower Yanktonai from Crow Creek), 2. Drifting Goose (Lower Yanktonai from Crow Creek), 3. Bowed Head (Yanktonai from Crow Creek), 4. Little Bear (Cheyenne River), Mato Cikala, 5. Spotted Elk (Cheyenne River; this Spotted Elk is the "Big Foot" of the Wounded Knee incident), 6. Crow Eagle (Cheyenne River), Kan-Gi Wan-Bli, 7. White Swan (Cheyenne River), Ma-Ga-Ska, 8. Charger (Cheyenne River), Wa-A-Na-Tan, 9. Spotted Eagle (Cheyenne River), Wan-Bli- Gle-Ska, 10. Swift Bird (Cheyenne River), Zi-Tka-La Lu-Za-Han, 11. Little No Heart (Cheyenne River), Can-Te Wa-Ni-Ca Ci-Ka-La, 12. Narcisse Narcelle (Interpreter, Crow Creek Agency), 13. Wm. Larabee (Also spelled Larvie), Interpreter (Crow Creek Agency), 14. Dr C. E. Mc Chesney, Agent at Cheyenne River Agency
Sixth Row, Left to Right: 1. Mark Wells, Interpreter (Crow Creek), 2. Wm. Carpenter, Capt. of Police Force (Crow Creek), 3. Fire Thunder, Capt. of Police Force (Lower Brule), 4. Medicine Bull (Lower Brule), 5. Bull Head (Lower Brule), 6. Wizi (Lower Yanktonai from Crow Creek). Seventh Row, Left to Right: 1. Major W. W. Anderson, Agent at Crow Creek and Lower Brule, 2. Alec Recontre, Interpreter (Lower Brule Agency), 3. Joe Campbell, Interpreter [Identification by Wrenne, not identified on original]
Cite as:
Negative 43563, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Group of thirty-nine boys at Hampton Institute

Creator:
ANONYMOUS
Subject:
Hand, Harry
Wizi, John
Wheelock, L
Patterson, Holland
Cornelius, Jesse
George, Samuel
Kingsley, Ebenezer
Grouse, George
Robinson, Harry
Frazier, George
Irwin, Joseph
Skenandore, Chapman
Hill, David
Harrison, William Winnebago
Hill, Israel
Stabler, Roy
Brooke, Benjamin
Couteau, John
Hubbard, Frank
Rouillard, David
Bazhaw, Frank
Hill, Wilson
Blackbird, Tony
Physical description:
1 3x4 in photograph
Culture:
Omaha Indians
Winnebago Indians
Iroquois Oneida
Indians of North America Northeast
Oneida Indians
Indians of North America Great Plains
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Virginia
Hampton
Date:
1878
Topic:
Hampton Institute
Local number:
OPPS NEG 54800
Summary:
Included are: Harry Hand; John Wizi; L. Wheelock; Holland Patterson; Jesse Cornelius [Oneida]; Samuel George; Ebenezer Kingsley; George Grouse; Harry Robinson; George Frazier; Joseph Irwin; Chapman Skenandore [Oneida]; David Hill [Oneida]; Wm. Harrison [Winnebago]; Israel Hill [Oneida]; Roy Stabler [Omaha]; Benjamin Brooke; John Couteau; Frank Hubbard; David Rouillard; Frank Bazhaw; Wilson Hill [Oneida]; Tony Blackbird. Others unidentified
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Negative 54800, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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National Anthropological Archives
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Jeunes arabes [postcard]

Physical description:
1 postcard : col. ; 14 x 9 cm
Type:
Picture postcards
Place:
Africa
Egypt
Date:
Ca. 1910
Topic:
Portrait photography
Children
Local number:
EEPA 2001-011803
Notes:
Image indexed by negative number
Summary:
Original caption reads, "Jeunes arabes" Translated text reads, "Young arabs" Translated message on verso reads, "I went to see George yesterday - I felt warm because I climbed all the way (3km). I met in Remin's room a boy from Ag by the name of mailly who is fact of the 22nd contingent and who gets l'Eclaireur de l'Est and I could get news including decorations of glorious cities: Wizy Magenta with a citation to the army now named Roche 31st at the fishing competition. Well I had my moment of fun. I forgot to say that I had received Tetep's letter dated 11.8. If Dad goes to Shenay he would be well advised to scold them some because their letters are getting increasingly rare. For the time being, nothing else new excellent health and I wish you the same I leave you kissing you and the whole family warmly from afar while waiting for the opportunities to do it closer. Greetings to everyone."
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Data Source:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
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Portrait (Front) of Wizi (Something Yellow) 1884

Creator:
Bell, Charles Milton?
Creator:
Hillers, John K?
Physical description:
1 004 in x 007 in mounted on 007 in x 009 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Yanktonai
Indians of North America Great Plains
Yanktonai Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1884
Local number:
NAA INV 06592401
OPPS NEG 03533 A
Cite as:
BAE GN 03533A 06592401, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Portrait of Hunkpapa Dakota man, Tatanka-witko, (Crazy Bull) May 1948

Creator:
Brostrup, J. O
Subject:
Jacobs, William
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Hunkpapa
Indians of North America Great Plains
Hunkpapa Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1948
May 1948
Local number:
NAA INV 10000535
OPPS NEG 3195 D 4
Notes:
Grandson of Wizi and Sitting Bull. Born May 6, 1900 on Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota. Educated in Government schools, Pierre Indian School, Pierre, South Dakota, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas and Mt. Hermon School, Northfield, Massachusetts
Cite as:
Negative 3195 D 4, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Portrait of Hunkpapa Dakota man, Tatanka-witko, (Crazy Bull) May 1948

Creator:
Brostrup, J. O
Subject:
Jacobs, William
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Hunkpapa
Indians of North America Great Plains
Hunkpapa Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1948
May 1948
Local number:
NAA INV 10000536
OPPS NEG 3195 D 5
Notes:
Grandson of Wizi and Sitting Bull. Born May 6, 1900 on Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota. Educated in Government schools, Pierre Indian School, Pierre, South Dakota, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas and Mt. Hermon School, Northfield, Massachusetts
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Negative 3195 D 5, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Portrait of Hunkpapa Dakota man, Tatanka-witko, (Crazy Bull) Oct 1931

Creator:
Gill, De Lancey W
Subject:
Jacobs, William
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Hunkpapa
Indians of North America Great Plains
Hunkpapa Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1931
Oct 1931
Local number:
NAA INV 10000532
OPPS NEG 3195 D 1
Notes:
Grandson of Wizi and Sitting Bull. Born May 6, 1900 on Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota. Educated in Government schools, Pierre Indian School, Pierre, South Dakota, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas and Mt. Hermon School, Northfield, Massachusetts. Home address: 284 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts
Cite as:
Negative 3195 D 1, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Portrait of Hunkpapa Dakota man, Tatanka-witko, (Crazy Bull) Oct 1931

Creator:
Gill, De Lancey W
Subject:
Jacobs, William
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Hunkpapa
Indians of North America Great Plains
Hunkpapa Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1931
Oct 1931
Local number:
NAA INV 10000533
OPPS NEG 3195 D 2
Notes:
Grandson of Wizi and Sitting Bull. Born May 6, 1900 on Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota. Educated in Government schools, Pierre Indian School, Pierre, South Dakota, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas and Mt. Hermon School, Northfield, Massachusetts. Home address: 284 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts
Cite as:
Negative 3195 D 2, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Portrait of Hunkpapa Dakota man, Tatanka-witko, (Crazy Bull) Oct 1931

Creator:
Gill, De Lancey W
Subject:
Jacobs, William
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Hunkpapa
Indians of North America Great Plains
Hunkpapa Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1931
Oct 1931
Local number:
NAA INV 10000534
OPPS NEG 3195 D 3
Notes:
Grandson of Wizi and Sitting Bull. Born May 6, 1900 on Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota. Educated in Government schools, Pierre Indian School, Pierre, South Dakota, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas and Mt. Hermon School, Northfield, Massachusetts. Home address: 284 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts
Cite as:
Negative 3195 D 3, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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National Anthropological Archives
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Portrait of Wizi (Something Yellow) 1880

Creator:
Hillers, John K. ?
Physical description:
1 photoprint 004 in x 006 in mounted on 004 in x 007 in
Culture:
Dakota Yanktonai
Indians of North America Great Plains
Yanktonai Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1880
Local number:
NAA INV 00497600
OPPS NEG 3533B
Cite as:
SPC Plains Dakota BAE No # 00497600, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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National Anthropological Archives
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Portrait (Profile) of Wizi (Something Yellow) 1884

Creator:
Bell, Charles Milton?
Creator:
Hillers, John K?
Physical description:
1 004 in x 007 in mounted on 007 in x 009 in photograph
Culture:
Dakota Yanktonai
Indians of North America Great Plains
Yanktonai Indians
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1884
Local number:
NAA INV 06592402
OPPS NEG 03533 B
Cite as:
BAE GN 03533B 06592402, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Glass Negatives of Indians (Collected by the Bureau of American Ethnology) 1850s-1930s
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