Camping With the Sioux: Fieldwork Diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher

Alice Cunningham Fletcher as a young woman. Photograph by Ormsbee's First National Gallery, New York (detail).

Susette La Flesche Tibbles or "Bright Eyes." Photograph by Price and Campbell, New York. Papers of Alice Fletcher and Francis La Flesche.

Thomas Henry Tibbles. Courtesy Nebraska State Historical Society.

Wajapa (Wa-Je-Pa or Ezra Freemont), n.d. Photo Lot 24, BAE 1-5 00683200 (detail).

Wajapa, called Ezra Freemont. Photograph by John K. Hillers, ca. 1881-84. Photo Lot 24, BAE 3935-a.

 

Mon-Chu-Non-Zhin or Ma-Chu-Nu-Zhe (Standing Bear). Photogaph by Charles Milton Bell. Photo Lot 24, Neg. 4176-a.

Buffalo-chip. Photo Lot 24, Neg. 4196-a.

Woman and child beside Gi-He-Ga's (Ga-Hi-Ge) tipi. Photograph by William Henry Jackson, 1868. Photo Lot 24, BAE 4044, Inv. 0683600.

Omaha earth lodge. Photo Lot 24, BAE 4558 Inv. 01598600.

View from Blackbird Hill. Photograph by William Henry Jackson, 1868-69. Glass Negatives of Indians, 4037-a-3.

 

View of Blackbird Hill, showing Lake Wa-kon-da-gi Pe-ghi. Photograph by William Henry Jackson, 1868-69. Glass Negatives of Indians, 4037-a-1.

House on the Omaha Reservation. The photographer was probably Francis La Flesche, 1898. Photo Lot 24, BAE 4558, No. 4466.

 

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