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Historical Wild West. Photographer John C.H.Griball.

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Historical Wild West. Photographer John C.H.Griball.

  1. 1. Indian chiefs who counseled with Gen. Miles and settled the Indian War - 1. Standing Bull 2. Bear Who Looks Back Running [Stands and Looks Back 3. Has the Big White Horse 4. White Tail 5. Liver [or Living] Bear 6. Little Thunder 7. Bull Dog 8. High Hawk 9. Lame, 10. Eagle Pipe
  2. 2. A young Oglala girl sitting in front of a tipi, with a puppy beside her, probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation.
  3. 3. U.S. School for Indians at Pine Ridge, S.D
  4. 4. At the dance. Part of the 8th U.S. Cavalry and 3rd Infantry at the great Indian grass dance on reservation.
  5. 5. The last large bull train on its way from the railroad to the Black Hills.
  6. 6. Freighting in the Black Hills
  7. 7. What's left of Big Foot's band.
  8. 8. Indian Warriors. Mr. Bear-that-Runs-and-Growls, Mr. Warrior, Mr. One-Tooth-Gone, Mr. Sole (bottom of foot), Mr. Make-it-Long.
  9. 9. "Red Cloud and American Horse“. The two most noted chiefs now living.
  10. 10. Tasunka, Ota (alias Plenty Horse), the slayer of Lieut. Casey, near Pine Ridge, S.D.
  11. 11. Chief Rocky Bear's home
  12. 12. The Indian Girl's Home. A group of Indian girls and Indian police at Big Foot's village on reservation.
  13. 13. The Great Hostile Camp
  14. 14. Three of Uncle Sam's Pets. We get rations every 29 days. Our pulse is good. Expressive medium. We put in 60 minutes each hour in our present attitude.
  15. 15. "Little," the instigator of Indian Revolt at Pine Ridge, 1890.
  16. 16. "Horse Shoe Curve." On Burlington and Missouri River R'y. Buckhorn Mountains in background
  17. 17. "Harney Range." Horseshoe Curve on the Burlington and Missouri River Ry. near Custer City, S.D.
  18. 18. On the Burlington and Missouri River R‘ y near "Hot Springs, S.D."
  19. 19. "Hot Springs, S.D." From the Fremont, Elkhorn and M.V. Ry. bridge looking north to Fred T. Evans residence and plunge bath
  20. 20. “Giant Bluff” Elk Canyon on Black Hills and Ft. P. R.R.
  21. 21. Happy Hours in Camp. G. and B.&M. Engineers Corps and Visitors
  22. 22. Engineers Corps camp and visitors
  23. 23. The Cavalier. The young soldier and his horse on duty at camp Cheyenne.
  24. 24. "Officers of the 9th Cavalry"
  25. 25. Copr. Paul Wernert and gunners of Battery "E" 1st Artillery
  26. 26. General Miles and staff
  27. 27. "Comanche," the only survivor of the Custer Massacre, 1876. History of the horse and regimental orders of the 7th Cavalry as to the care of "Comanche" as long as he shall live.
  28. 28. Company "C," 3rd U.S. Infantry near Fort Meade, So. Dakota.
  29. 29. Company "C," 3rd U.S. Infantry, caught on the fly, near Fort Meade. Bear Butte in the distance.
  30. 30. Famous Battery "E" of 1st Artillery. These brave men and the Hotchkiss gun that Big Foot's Indians thought were toys, together with the fighting 7th what's left of Gen. Custer's boys, sent 200 Indians to that Heaven which the ghost dancer enjoys. This checked the Indian noise and Gen. Miles with staff returned to Illinois.
  31. 31. The fighting 7th officers
  32. 32. Near Fort Meade. "I" troop, 8th Cavalry
  33. 33. People of Deadwood celebrating completion of a stretch of railroad.
  34. 34. Deadwood. Grand Lodge I.O.O.F. of the Dakotas, resting in front of City Hall after the Grand Parade, May 21, 1890.
  35. 35. Deadwood. Grand Lodge I.O.O.F. of Dakotas. Street Parade, May 21, 1890.
  36. 36. The Columbian Parade. Oct. 20th, 1892. Forming of parade on lake front. 100,000 people in sight. Section No. 1
  37. 37. Colorado
  38. 38. Custer City. Custer City, Dakota, from the East
  39. 39. "Hot Springs, S.D." Exterior view of largest plunge bath house in U.S. on F.E. and M.V. R‘ y.
  40. 40. "Hotel Minnekahta" Hot Springs, Dakota.
  41. 41. Altitude. Part of Deadwood as seen from big flume, showing steps, stairways, and roads from store to residence.
  42. 42. John C. H. Grabill photographs between 1887 and 1892 are thought to be the largest surviving collection of this gifted, early Western photographer's work. Grabill's remarkably well-crafted, sepia-toned images capture the forces of western settlement in South Dakota and Wyoming and document its effects on the area's indigenous communities. Las fotografías de John CH Grabill, entre 1887 y 1892 se cree que, es la colección más grande sobreviviente del trabajo de este talentoso fotógrafo. Sus imágenes notablemente elaboradas, en tono sepia, captan las fuerzas de la colonización occidental en Dakota del Sur y Wyoming, y documentan sus efectos en las comunidades indígenas de la zona. 2014

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