Tobacco dance, Crow Indian.

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Title

Tobacco dance, Crow Indian.

Description

Six Crow Indian women sit together on the ground. They wear dresses decorated with elk teeth, and blankets. One woman has unbraided hair and three wear feathers in their hair. Two women sit under an umbrella. Standing upright in the ground near the group are sticks, possibly for planting tobacco. Behind the women are men on horseback and in wagons. The men wear brimmed hats, jackets, and vests.

Creator

Miller, Fred E., 1868-1936

Source

Montana Historical Society Research Center

Date

1898-1913

Identifier

Lot 035 B05F03.07

Original Format

1 photographic print : black and white, postcard

Height (inches)

3 1/2 in.

Width (inches)

5 1/2 in.

Source

Montana Historical Society Research Center