Hostile Indian camp of tipis, horses, and wagons on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Jan. 1891. They were considered hostiles because they joined the Ghost Dance Movement, resisted white indoctrination and culture. They only reluctantly followed orders to come into the Pine Ridge Agency, in late 1890, before the Wounded Knee Massacre. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891 (BSLOC 2017 18 13)

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Hostile Indian camp of tipis, horses, and wagons on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Jan. 1891. They were considered Stock Photo
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Hostile Indian camp of tipis, horses, and wagons on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Jan. 1891. They were considered hostiles because they joined the Ghost Dance Movement, resisted white indoctrination and culture. They only reluctantly followed orders to come into the Pine Ridge Agency, in late 1890, before the Wounded Knee Massacre. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891 (BSLOC 2017 18 13)
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Hostile Indian camp of tipis