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Title: Line Deer Hunting Camp, Tepee Creek, Gallatin County, Montana
Date: ca 1890s 
Location: Gallatin County, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Line Deer Hunting Camp, on Tepee Creek, north of Yellowstone National Park boundary in Gallatin County. "Big" Jack Robertson, holding rifle and standing to the right of Huling; Still Huling, holding a rifle with a dog sitting at his feet, sitting in the center; Walter "Ned" Latta (1868-1944), sitting on the white horse on the right. Vintage 13.5x10.5 in. print mounted on cardstock.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x72.17.1 
Title: D. F. Barry and Lakota Chief Rain-in-the-Face, Dakota Territory, North Dakota
Date: ca 1890 
Location: Dakota Territory, North Dakota
Photographer: Barry, D. F.
Description: Photographer David Francis (DF) Barry (1854-1934) standing next to a warchief of the Lakota tribe, Sioux. Rain-in-the-Face (1835-1905). Rain-in-the-Face was attributed with helping to defeat George Custer in the 1876 Battle of Little Bighorn. Vintage 5.5x8 in. print mounted on cardstock; 4x5 in. copy neg.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x76.17.1 
Title: War Chief Good Horse, Dakota Territory, North Dakota
Date: ca 1890s 
Location: Dakota Territory, North Dakota
Photographer: Barry, D. F.
Description: War Chief Good Horse, member of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux) tribe, cousin of Crazy Horse and was attributed with playing a prominent role in Custer's Last Stand, at the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876. 4x9 in. print mounted on cardstock; 4x5 in copy neg.
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Catalog Number: x76.17.3 
Title: Ashishishe, aka Curley, Crow Scout, Crow Reservation, Northeastern Montana Territory
Date: 1890 
Location: Fort Keogh, Montana
Photographer: Huffman, Layton A.
Description: Ashishishe, aka Curley (1856-1932) was a Crow scout in the U.S. Army during the Sioux wars and guided General Custer in the Battle of the Little Bighorn. He was one of the lone survivors. Vintage 7.5x10.5 in. print.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x80.15.32 
Title: Portrait of Albert Greek, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1890 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Portrait of Albert Greek. In the late 1880s, Albert built a cabin near a small creek in the Gallatin Canyon now known as Greek Creek. Bozeman, Montana. Vintage 3x4.5 in. print.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x84.4.198 
Title: Lewis Herbert Michener, Salesville, Montana
Date: ca 1890s 
Location: Salesville, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Lewis Herbert Michener (1876-1936), of Salesville (now Gallatin Gateway), Montana. Lewis Herbert was a son of Lewis and Emeline Michener. The Michener ranch was located next to the Crail Ranch and was on the site of the Ophir Creek School at Big Sky, Montana. The Crail Ranch eventually became Big Sky, Montana. Vintage 5x7 in. copy print
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x84.4.525 
Title: Unidentified Man in Dude Ranch Outfit, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1890s 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Unidentified Man in Dude Ranch outfit, holding a rifle and standing on a bear skin. Back of photo: "Compliments of R. N. Rock." Possibly Richard "Rocky Mountain Dick" Rock, who had a dude ranch with Vic Smith and Buckskin Charley Marble near Yellowstone. They were also buffalo hunters. Vintage 4.5x8 in. print.
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Catalog Number: x84.4.632 
Title: Charles "Buckskin Charley" Marble, Hunting Guide, Bozeman, Montana
Date: ca 1890s 
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Charles "Buckskin Charley" Marble (1864-1943), buffalo hunter, guide. He worked for Richard "Rocky Mountain Dick" Rock and Victor "Vic" Smith at their hunting and guide ranch near Yellowstone. In 1886, he guided Teddy Roosevelt through Gallatin Canyon on a hunting expedition. Later he had a taxidermy shop on Main St. in Bozeman. Vintage 4.5x6.5 print.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x84.4.635 
Title: Camping Up Taylors Fork, Madison Range, Montana
Date: 1890 
Location: Madison Range, Montana
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Camping up Taylors Fork, in the Gallatin Canyon, Madison Range, then known as Dodge Creek, named for Ira Dodge. Mr. & Mrs. Merritt William (1840-1926) & Mary A. Biggs Penwell (1848-1930); Mr. & Mrs. Murray Hossum; Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Hossum; Florence Penwell (1868-1947), Sarah Slate (1867-?), Ira Dodge (1859-?), who later married Sarah Slate; Ralph E. DeCamp (1838-1936). DeCamp was a well-known artist of Montana landscapes and was a friend of Charlie Russell. Vintage 8.5x5 in. print.
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Catalog Number: x85.2.5  
Title: Miners Ready to go Down Original Mine, Butte, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Butte, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Large group of miners standing in front of mine, ready to go down the Original Mine to work. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph card.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.2.575 

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