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
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)
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
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
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
A group of people posed in three rows, seated and standing, outdoors near trees. Many in the group are identified as Crow Indians including men in feather headdresses; women wearing dresses, fringed and beaded gloves, and headscarves; and children. Also in the group are two non-native men wearing suits, with one wearing a brimmed hat and holding a young Indian boy. This postcard is labeled "Bray Photo No. 211". A.L. Bray lived in Big Timber, Montana