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    STANLEY J. MORROW STEREOVIEW OF HIDATSA INDIANS. Nearly perfect Morrow stereoview of three Hidatsa Indians grouped outside a row of teepees, probably taken at the Fort Berthold Reservation. Between 1868 and 1881, Morrow dedicated himself to photographing as many of the Dakota Territory Indians as he could, and his list of stereoviews was extensive. This particular image depicts a standing woman and two seated men from the Hidatsa tribe; one of the men wears primarily store-bought clothing, the others are dressed in native attire. While there is some rubbing and minor staining to the yellow mount, the images are crisp and pristine.

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    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
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