Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Close-up portraits of chiefs Bell Rock and Fire Bear, and of White Swan, who was a scout with General Custer; all in native dress. Also, a group portrait with Chief Two Leggins (in native dress), a couple in front of a tepee, and an overview of a tepee and tent camp near the Crow Agency. Photos were probably taken at the annual Crow Indian Fair and Celebration
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Collection contains overviews of Billings, Montana; buildings and Northern Pacific freight cars, looking east from Montana Ave. in Billings; streetview of Montana Avenue including people with oxen drawn wagons in front of fire hall and wool warehouse; 8 horse team and wagons in front of Yegen Brothers' wool warehouse; Crow Indians' camp in Billings fairgrounds; Indian footrace at Billings Fair; North Pacific Railroad depot in Billings, Montana; portrait of unidentified Crow Indian families; portrait of sheepshearers; sheep herd; customers and workers inside Yegen Brothers' store; and a gathering, possibly for Fourth of July. Stereograph view is of sheepshearders and sheep, likely during a contest in Billings, Montana
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Includes two images of a Crow Indian parade depicting lines of Indians on horseback with tepees and wagons in the foreground and background. Also includes one image of a Crow "war dance" and a view of the cemetery on the battlefield of the Battle of the Little Big Horn
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Individual portraits of the child Johnson American Horse, and group portraits of five chiefs, and four scouts (Custer's scouts), all in traditional dress; Anglo man (Dr. Fewkes?) appears in the two group portraits
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Two Crow girls on horseback in front of mission building at Lodge Grass, Montana; mission building after fire with only the chimney standing; Hannah Wiggman and Lucy Turns Back Plenty; John Frost (Red Neck) and family; unidentified Crow girls on horseback; Mildred Deer Trail; One Star; Plays (a Crow Indian Deacon); and Wah-loo-lit-tum "over 100 years old" (all taken by W.A. Petzoldt, ca. 1925)
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
View of haying with overshot stacker (n.d.); overview of Butte, Montana, looking south (circa 1910, by F. Ward); Indian camp on Crow Reservation (by C. D. Sinkey); portrait of Crow Indian Curley (or Curly) later in life (n.d.).
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
War song sung before going into battle -- Song of triumph for victory at Battle of Little Rosebud -- Owl dance song -- Lodge song no. 1 --Lodge song no. 2 -- Gros Ventre dance song -- Feast song sung at war dance --War dance song no. 1 -- War song no. 2 -- War dance song -- Owl dance song --Two songs sung in parade -- Song of gladness on the return of a war party --War song -- Tobacco dance song -- Iroquois song
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
This collection includes Shoshone Naraya songs; women's dance songs; lullabies; wolf dance, round dance, war dance handgame, war dance and prisoner songs, a welcoming round dance song; flag songs; an honor song for bird woman; and a Crow hop dance song
Denver Public Library
A Native American (Crow) woman poses in front of a tepee with her baby on her back secured by a blanket. She wears a dress and moccasins
Denver Public Library
Group portrait of Native Americans (Crow and Bannock) and interpreters on a grassy lawn in front of a gazebo. Identification: "1. Tom Stuart, Crow interpreter 1880, 2. Addison McQuivy, Crow interpreter 1880, 3. Long Elk, Crow Chief 1880, 4. Pretty Eagle, Crow Chief 1880, 5. Two Belly, Crow Chief 1880, 6. Old Crow, Crow Chief 1880, 7. A.R. Keller, Agent of Crows 1879-1880, 8. Plenty-Coup, Crow Chief 1880, 9. Medicine Crow, Crow Chief 1880, 10. Bannack, 11. Bannack, 12. Jack Ten Dog, son of Ten Dog 1880, 13. Ten Dog, Bannack Chief 1880, 14. Capt. Jim, Bannack Chief 1880, 15. Grouse Pete, Bannack Chief, 16. Old Bannack, 17. Wright, Agent for Snakes and Bannacks, 18. Charley Raney, Snake interpreter.".