Collection:
MS 247 Fred R. Meyer Photographs

Published by Buffalo Bill Center of the West, McCracken Research Library

46 black and white photographic prints of Blackfeet, Cree, Crow, and Sioux peoples taken 1902-1904 by Fred R. Meyer, a photographer from Buffalo, NY. Includes scenes of the burial of Chief Plenty Coups and of Crow tribal member Pretty Horse Right Hand; a 1902 Blackfeet medicine lodge at Browning, Montana with Chiefs Three Bears, Rocky Boy, Wolf Eagle, Old Mountain Chief, Many Guns, Little Dog and Many Tail Feathers; and images of the Pine Ridge Sioux including Chief Red Cloud, Two Moons, Crazy Horse, Chief Calico and his wife Good Dog, and Black Horn. Also includes a few photographs of the Little Big Horn battlefield memorial. All caption quotations are from text written by Fred Meyer on the back of the photographic prints as sent to his friend William P. Sargent.

Native American girl on horse. Wagon on right

Native American girl on horse. Wagon on right