DescriptionCABINET IMAGE OF INDIAN CAMP AT STANDING ROCK AGENCY. Although identified as the "Camp Where Sitting Bull Surrendered," this stark photograph of 20-25 teepees and little else is known to be the Standing Rock Agency; Sitting Bull surrendered at Fort Buford on July 19, 1881. Originally a D.F. Barry image, photographer D. Herrin of Portland, Oregon has reprinted it with an incorrect description. Image measures 5½" x 3½"; photographer's mount measures 6 ½" x 4 ¼". In fine condition.
Provenance: The Chris Kortlander Collection
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