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Date: 1832 ca.
Description: Fort Union, on the Missouri River in Montana.
Description: An early type of sidewheel passenger and freight steamboat The Milwaukie, also known as The Milwaukee. It was used on Lake Erie and upper lak...
Description: Encampment of the Piekann Indians.
Description: The Elkhorn Pyramid, on the Upper Missouri River. Passing Indians would add horns to the pyramid, and sometimes add red marks to the horns to indicate the...
Description: The Citadel Rock on the Upper Missouri River.
Description: Route of Military Road from Fort Crawford to Fort Howard. Map shows beginning of route at Fort Crawford.
Description: Noápeh, an Assiniboin Indian, holding a bow and arrows, and wearing a horned headdress.
Description: A Blackfoot Indian on horseback.
Description: Dacota Woman and Assiniboin girl.
Description: Pehriska-Ruhpa. Minatarre warrior with bow and arrow in the costume of the dog dance.
Description: People work in the garden at the Protestant Episcopal Mission Buildings.
Description: Indians on horseback hunting bison.
Description: Indians in combat at Fort McKenzie on August 28th, 1833.
Description: Missouri Indian.
Description: Assorted Indian utensils and arms.
Description: Remarkable hills on the Upper Missouri River (view 1).
Description: Chief of the Blood Indians.
Description: Two dog-sledges hauling supplies, with one also carrying a Mandan.
Description: A skin lodge of an Assiniboin Chief. The engraving includes a man on horseback and a dog harnessed to a travois.
Description: A facsimile of an Indian painting, originally painted by the Mandan chief, Máto-Tópe. It portrays an encounter between Máto-Tópe and a Cheyenne chief.
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