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    Cabinet Photo, Pawnee and Sioux Chiefs. Buffalo Bill brought Sioux and Pawnee people, traditional enemies, together in harmony in his Wild West. Lakota author Luther Standing Bear described arriving with his group from the Pine Ridge Reservation at the Wild West camp in New York only to be greeted by a Pawnee war dance, performed in a spirit of fun and friendship. This Anderson photograph, taken in 1886, shows, from left to right: Eagle Chief, Knife Chief, Brave Chief, Young Chief, (Pawnees), American Horse, Rocky Bear, Long Wolf, Flies Above (Sioux). The bottom of the card is labeled in ink, but the card is sound and the image is flawless. This lot is part of the Ed Goodman Collection. For more information, please visit this link.

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    December, 2012
    11th-12th Tuesday-Wednesday
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