Hauzous, Sam RG95s - Fort Sill Collection 55 Sam Hauzous (Apache) standing with Abel Big Bow (Kiowa), BG James F. Brittingham, and Librarian Morris Swett, outside of Geronimo's cell. Fort Sill, OK, 16 Oct. 1952.
Indians - American - Sioux (Hunkpapa) RG48s - E.S. Godfrey Coll .221 Adopted half brother of Sitting Bull and said to be the mastermind of the indians at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Known as Chief Gall or Pizi.
Vehicles - Automobiles RG48s - Edward S. Godfrey Coll. Box 2.152 Cars parked along Custer's Ridge as a rodeo is taking place as part of the 50th Anniversary festivities of the Little Big Horn Battle, 25 June 1926.
Studio portrait, Visiting Chiefs, Cheyenne, Lone Elk, Tall Bull, Big Head and Little Son, in native and western dress with native accoutrements including pipe bead breastplates and feather headdresses, and 1 unidentified western man
Artillery - Civil War - 24 Pounders RG490S - R of R Coll. - Millers, Vol. 5, p. 57 Model 1819 24 Pounder siege guns and other big cannon line the parapet of a Confederate Fort at Pensacola, Florida in 1861.
Indians - American - Sioux (Hunkpapa) RG48s - E.S. Godfrey Coll .290 Adopted half brother of Sitting Bull and said to be the mastermind of the indians at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Also known as Pizi.
Collage entitled "Notable Indian Chiefs: Who have visited the Indian Training School, Carlisle", 1. Spotted Tail (Sioux Chief) 2. Iron Wing (Sioux Chief) 3. American Horse (Sioux Chief) 4. Red Shirt (Sioux Chief) 5. White Eagle (Ponca Chief) 6....