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  • Julian Apostata

    Group studio portrait of eight Piegan or Blackfeet, (identified with nine names), top row from left to right: Running Crane, White Grass, Tail Feather, Coming Over the Hill, and Young Bear Chief. Bottom row: Four Horses, Little Dog, White Calf, and Little Plume. Several men wear wide brim hats, two wear fur hats. Two men wear suits, vests and ties; other clothing includes beaded and fringed buckskin shirts and leggings. Two hold tomahawks, one holds a club.

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