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    [Whirling Horse, American Indian] - Gertrude Käsebier

  • Hilary Dugan

    Sioux Native American, C1900 Photographic Print by Gertrude Kasebier

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  • Joy O'Brien

    This picture was taken in 1900, and shows an Indian Chief. The man's name was Whirling Horse, and he performed in Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Shows.

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