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    GROUP OF NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN POLICEMEN WITH COLT SINGLE ACTIONS - CABINET CARD - ca. 1880-90. A possible Indian Agent sits in the front row of this image, which also features ten men and one child. Several of the men are armed with Colt single action Army revolvers, the man seated on the bottom row second from the left is holding a Colt with a 7.5" barrel. The man with a fur hat second from the right on the back row has a five-point star badge. The men on either side of the back row also have holstered pistols, as well as Buffalo horn and Eagle feather headdresses respectively. The card has a purple stamp studio imprint on the reverse of "Sims - West Compton, (California)". The image has fair contrast, some spotting and fading; the card has damage at the bottom and center right edge and an old tack hole in the top center.

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    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
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