Extraordinary 1885 [portraits] of Native Americans includes Sitting Bull with Buffalo Bill

Portraits of Native Americans

This photograph is of Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill, 1885 taken by David Francis Barry photographer (1854-1934) Photograph originally taken by William Notman studios, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, during Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, August 1885. Later copyrighted by D.F. Barry in June 1897Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill, 1885 by fence

Two photos (front and side) of Amos Little, a Sioux Indian from Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900

Amos Little, a Sioux Indian from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

Amos Little, a Sioux Indian from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show side

Charging Thunder, a Sioux Indian and wife, probably members of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, head-and-shoulders portraits, taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900 Charging Thunder and wife, probably members of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front

Charging Thunder and dog, probably members of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, head-and-shoulders portraits, taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900

Charging Thunder with dog,  of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900Charging Thunder with dog, probably members of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front

Two portraits of Charging Thunder, Sioux Indian, wearing a feathered headdress. Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900

Charging Thunder, Sioux Indian turned right, wearing a feathered headdress.of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900

Has No Horses, a Sioux Indian from Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show portrait taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900

Has No Horses, a Sioux Indian from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

Iron White Man, a Sioux Indian from Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show portrait taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900

Iron White Man, a Sioux Indian from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show ca. 1900 gertrude

Iron white man portrait taken by photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934) around 1900

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