Eleven Miniconjou Lakota (Sioux) in a tipi camp, after the Wounded Knee Massacre of Dec. 29, 1890. They are survivors of Spotted Elks (aka Big Foot) band from the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, South Dakota. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891 (BSLOC 2017 18 34)

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Eleven Miniconjou Lakota (Sioux) in a tipi camp, after the Wounded Knee Massacre of Dec. 29, 1890. They are survivors Stock Photo
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Eleven Miniconjou Lakota (Sioux) in a tipi camp, after the Wounded Knee Massacre of Dec. 29, 1890. They are survivors of Spotted Elks (aka Big Foot) band from the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, South Dakota. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891 (BSLOC 2017 18 34)
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Eleven Miniconjou Lakota (Sioux) in a tipi camp