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    This photograph shows a Sioux Medicine Man. His name was Slow Bull. The picture was taken in 1907 by Edward Curtis

    • Beth Davis

      This photograph shows a Sioux Medicine Man. His name was Slow Bull. The picture was taken in 1907 by Edward Curtis #History #Native #American #Indians

    • José Revuelta

      Slow Bull, Dakota Sioux Medicine Man. This photo was taken in 1907 by Edward S. Curtis. It presents the Medicine Man standing outside his tipi gazing upward, apparently in Prayer.

    • lala nation

      "Slow Bull, a Dakota Sioux Medicine Man. It was taken in 1907 by Edward S. Curtis. I love Edward Curtis photographs. Thank heaven he recorded so much of the Native Americans."

    • Max Wellspring

      Slow Bull - Sioux Medicine Man - photo by Edward Curtis 1907

    • meadow68

      Sioux Medicine Man Slow Bull // photo by Edward Curtis, 1907

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