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    • Group of men eating meal, n.d.

    • Brulé women -- South Dakota; Cemeteries -- South Dakota; Horses -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Tents -- South Dakota; Wagons -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Approximately fifty men sitting on ground near tents and wagons with woman ladling water or soup to them. Cemetery at left edge of picture.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Carpentry shop, n.d.

    • Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Carpentry; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis; Woodwork -- Study and teaching;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Teacher in carpenter's shop.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Bishop Lawler and priests, n.d.

    • Bishops -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota;
    • Verso caption: From duplicate [left to right] __, Fr. Digman, S.J., Bishop Lawler, __, __.
      Notes by Archivist: Bishop Lawler served as the 3rd Bishop of Lead, then Rapid City, South Dakota, 1916-1948 (see moved from Lead to Rapid City in 1948);...
    • Parade, n.d.

    • Brulé women -- South Dakota; Horses -- South Dakota -- 1910-1930; Indian blankets -- North America; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Tents -- South Dakota -- 1910-1920; Tents -- South Dakota -- 1920-1930;...
    • Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Carpentry shop, n.d.

    • Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Carpentry; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Standing L to R] John Schmidt, Joseph Light, Brother Hartman, and Pierre Boltz
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Carpentry class led by Brother Andrew Hartman, S.J., n.d.

    • Carpentry; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis; Woodwork -- Study and teaching;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Standing, L to R] Jessie Dubray, Rufus Menard, Felix Walking Eagle, Brother Andrew Hartman, S.J., Robert Bordeux, Ben Lapoint, Joe Lights, Martin Pacer, and Joe Running...
    • Boys pretending to ride horses, n.d.

    • Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Four sets of boys playing horsy. David Leading Fighter is third from left on top.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Four Sicangu girls in springtime, n.d.

    • Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Four girls in front of trees in springtime: Fannie Hunts Horse, Cora Owns The Fire (Bad Wound) and Elizabeth Mousseaux (Dog Trail).
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Circus Sarrasani dance troupe, 2 of 2, n.d.

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian textile fabrics -- North America; Indian women -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian blankets -- North America; War bonnets --...
    • Circus Sarrasani dance troupe in Germany.
      Verso caption: Souvenir of Circus Sarrasani, Real Sioux Indians from Pine Ridge South Dakota. They are in Europa with Clarence Shultz, the well known cowboy from Marland Oklahoma U.S.A. Andenken an...
    • Charles Turning Bear in deerskin suit, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Older Indians -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Charles Turning Bear in deerskin suit with beaded throat and beaded sashes hanging from shoulders to waist. He wears two feathers in his hair and appears to be holding feathered...
    • Goes to War in chief's costume, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; War bonnets -- South Dakota
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Chief Hollow Horn Bear's brother in full regalia.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Sicangu girls in sewing class with sister supervising, n.d.

    • Boarding schools -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Sewing -- Study and teaching; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota; Textile Fabrics; Vocational education -- South Dakota -- St. Francis;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Seated, L to R] Virgina Hairy Shirt, Jesie Lone Dog, Bessie Leading Fighter, Mary Left Hand Bull (Randall), Lizzie Brown (Fish), and Sister Olinda, O.S.F..
      Negative no.: Same...
    • Soldiers, n.d.

    • Indians of North America -- South Dakota; World War, 1914-1918 -- Participation, Indian;
    • World War I soldiers who had attended St. Francis Mission
      Note by Archivist: Top from left: Isaac Iron Shell, John White Horse, Cecil Two Teeth; bottom from left: Arthur Jackson, Robert Little Hawk, Thomas Garsia.
      Following information...
    • Girls scrubbing dormitory, n.d.

    • Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Nine girls scrubbing dormitory, including Lizzie Brown (Fish), Effie Kinkade, Hilda Kinkade, Bessie Leading Fighter, Winnie Iyotte, Lulu Bordeaux and Fannie Hunts...
    • St. Francis Mission baseball team, n.d.

    • Baseball -- South Dakota -- St. Francis; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Boys in baseball uniforms, including J. Runs About, N. Kill In Sight, A. Goes To War, C. Eagle Road, P. Dubray, F. Cordier, M. Pacer, A. Bordeaux, L. Spotted Elk, Z. Hawkman, J....
    • Girls making mattrresses with corn husks, n.d.

    • Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Homemaking Skills; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Mattresses
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Some in photo include, L to R] Lydia Whirlwind Soldier, Minnie White Bird, Annie Course a Voice, Mary Claymore, Katie Left Hand, Bull, Mary Kills in Sight (Little), Minnie Hairy...
    • Jennie Black Mountain Sheep, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Jewelry -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Moccasins; Ribbon work; Textile...
    • Student's name provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Brother "Cook," S.J., with large Communion wafers, n.d.

    • Bread -- Religious aspects -- Christianity; Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota;Lord's Supper -- Bread; Priests -- South Dakota;
    • Subject's name provided as "Brother Cook, S.J." by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum.
      Note by Archivist: Apparently “Brother Cook” was a nickname for Brother Anthony Axt, S.J., who lived 1862-1942; member, Missouri Province.
      Negative...
    • Black Elk teaching children, n.d.

    • Black Elk, 1863-1950; Catechists -- Catholic Church; Carts & wagons -- South Dakota; Catechists -- Catholic Church; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Tipis -- South Dakota;
    • Catechist Nicholas Black Elk teaching children
      Caption on Image: BLACK ELK TEACHING 282
      Note by Archivist: Black Elk then served various missions on the Pine Ridge and Yankton Indian Reservations with the latter ones served through St....
    • Holy Guardian Angels Mission, n.d.

    • Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Chapels -- South Dakota; Church buildings -- South Dakota; Log cabins -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Congregations --...
    • Holy Guardian Angels Mission and parishioners
      Caption on image: The chapel at Slim Butte.
      Verso caption: St. Anthony (Slim Buttes) (Our Lady of Good Council / St. Anthony’s / Holy Guardian Angels Mission.
      Notes by Archivist: 1st known as...
    • Eight Sicangu boys in costumes, n.d.

    • Flags -- United States; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Back Row, L to R] Steven Guerue, Paul Pawnee, Noah Kills In Sight, Martin Trudell; [Front Row, L to R] Roger Never Misses A Shot, ?, William Bull, Joe Runs Above.
      Negative...
    • Sister Carmelita Telles, O.S.F., and nine students knitting, n.d.

    • Brulé women -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Knitting -- 1910-1920; Nuns -- South Dakota; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Seated, L to R] Sr. Carmelita [Telles], O.S.F., Winnie Iyotte (Leader Charge), ?, Lulu Bordeaux (Shield Him), Sophie Bordeaux, Lizzie Brown (Fish), Bessie Leading Fighter...
    • Girls with dolls, n.d.

    • Dolls; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Gifts;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Seated, L to R] Leona Cournoyer, Minnie Hairy Shirt, Pauling Hudson, ? , Mary Kills in Sight (Little), Winnie Yellow Elk, Annie Face (Spotted Calf), and ?.
      Negative no.: Same...
    • Cora Owns The Fire (Bad Wound), n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian blankets -- North America; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Jewelry -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Textile fabrics
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Teenager Cora Owns The Fire (Bad Wound) wearing dress top adorned with dentillium shells, bone breastplate necklace, and wool trade cloth blanket with beadwork strip.
      Negative...
    • Four Sicangu women working in kitchen, n.d.

    • Boarding schools -- South Dakota; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Cookery -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Stoves, Wood;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [Standing, L to R] Maggie Bordeux, Lizzie Brown (Fish), Cora Owns the Fire (Bad Wound), and Ida Giroux (Roubideaux).
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Girl with ribbon and peace medals, n.d.

    • Brulé Indians -- Costume; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Medals; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Textile fabrics
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Girl with ribbon and two presidential medals.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Boys and Scholastic Joseph A. Zimmerman, S.J., on stairs, n.d.

    • Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Sleds -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: Large group of boys with Joseph Zimmerman, S.J. standing on stairs outside stucco building. Several boys in front are holding sleds.
      Note by Archivist: Joseph Zimmerman, S.J.,...
    • Pine Ridge village, n.d.

    • Panoramic views -- 1910-1920; Panoramic views -- 1920-1930; Wooden-frame buildings -- South Dakota; Cities and towns -- South Dakota -- History; Cities and towns -- South Dakota;
    • Panoramic view of Pine Ridge village
      Caption on image: Pine Ridge S.D.
      Verso caption: Postcard, Late teens or Early 20s, Pine Ridge (Community). Photo by S.D. Butcher & Son, Kearney, Neb.

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