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    native indians - Google Search

  • Natives / Amérindiens

    "Old Coyote, Crow Indian, an army scout born in 1855 (son of a Piegan, incidentally) who fought at the Rosebud and was Crow tribal historian Barney Old Coyote's grandfather." - Photo by Frank Jay Haynes, no date. - (B/W copy)

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