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Henry Kerry Good, 3D

Henry Kerry Good, 3D

1912 A medicine man of the Blood tribe standing in front of a teepee. Arthur Rafton-Canning took many photographs of the people of the Blackfoot Confederacy. As was typical of the time, these were copied by postcard manufacturers across North America and sold without credit or compensation to Rafton-Canning.

1912 A medicine man of the Blood tribe standing in front of a teepee. Arthur Rafton-Canning took many photographs of the people of the Blackfoot Confederacy. As was typical of the time, these were copied by postcard manufacturers across North America and sold without credit or compensation to Rafton-Canning.

Blue Shield and Two Kill- Assiniboine Indians. Blue Shield born 1873 and Two Kill was born 1872. Photo taken at Fort Belknap, Montana, 1899

Blue Shield and Two Kill- Assiniboine Indians. Blue Shield born 1873 and Two Kill was born 1872. Photo taken at Fort Belknap, Montana, 1899

Chief Washakie. Chief Washakie was born to a Flathead (Salish) father and and Lemhi Shoshone mother.His prowess in battle, his efforts for peace, and his commitment to his people's welfare made him one of the most respected leaders in Native American history. Upon his death in 1900, he became the only known Native American to be given a full military funeral. By S Campos

Chief Washakie. Chief Washakie was born to a Flathead (Salish) father and and Lemhi Shoshone mother.His prowess in battle, his efforts for peace, and his commitment to his people's welfare made him one of the most respected leaders in Native American history. Upon his death in 1900, he became the only known Native American to be given a full military funeral. By S Campos

Warrior - Audrey, Assiniboine Nakoda, Wolf Point, Montana by Montana State University Library, via Flickr

Warrior - Audrey, Assiniboine Nakoda, Wolf Point, Montana by Montana State University Library, via Flickr

The real Jeremiah Johnson-was Red Lodge's first constable. "Liver eating Johnson" was a name he earned because he told someone he ate part of the liver of an Indian he killed.

The real Jeremiah Johnson-was Red Lodge's first constable. "Liver eating Johnson" was a name he earned because he told someone he ate part of the liver of an Indian he killed.

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