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  • Old Photos - Tipis of different tribes

    Lakota - 1868


    Arapaho - 1869


    Assiniboine - no date


    Crow - 1870


    Kiowa - 1870?


    Plains Cree - 1871


    Plains Cree - no date


    Plains Cree - no date


    Lakota - 1876


    Ute - 1878


    Blood - no date


    Blackfoot - no date


    Blackfoot - no date


    Blackfoot - no date


    Flathead - no date


    Northern Cheyenne - 1880?


    Northern Cheyenne - no date


    Dakota - 1880?


    Dakota - 1880?


    Dakota - 1880?


    Dakota - 1880?


    Dakota - 1880?


    Dakota - 1880?


    Dakota - 1880?


    Dakota - 1880?


    Dakota - no date


    Lakota - 1881


    Dakota - 1882


    Lakota - 1882


    Lakota - 1882


    Lakota - 1882


    Lakota - 1882


    Lakota - 1882


    Lakota - 1885?


    Shoshoni - 1885?


    Flathead - 1885?


    Dakota - 1890


    Nez Perce - 1890


    Ioway - 1890


    Ute - 1890


    Ute - 1890


    Lakota - 1890


    Lakota - 1890


    Lakota - 1891


    Lakota - 1891


    Lakota - 1891


    Lakota - 1891


    Lakota - 1891


    Northern Cheyenne - 1896


    Northern Cheyenne - no date


    Ute - 1899


    Ute - 1900


    Lakota - 1900


    Lakota - 1900?


    Blackfoot - no date


    Blackfoot - no date


    Blackfoot - no date


    Blackfoot - no date


    Blackfoot - no date


    Crow - no date


    Omaha - no date


    Omaha - no date


    Ute - 1901


    Kootenai - 1901


    Crow - 1905


    Nez Perce - 1906


    Flathead - 1907


    Flathead - 1907


    Crow - 1907


    Assiniboine - 1908


    Ute - 1908


    Crow - 1908


    Crow - 1908


    Crow - 1908


    Crow - 1908


    Crow - 1908


    Dakota - 1908


    Dakota - 1908


    Atsina - 1908


    Blackfoot - 1908


    Blackfoot - 1908


    Blackfoot - 1908


    Blackfoot - 1909


    Blackfoot - 1909


    Kootenai - 1909


    Plains Cree - 1909


    Crow - 1909


    Crow - 1909


    Flathead - 1909


    Flathead - 1910?


    Osage - 1910?


    Piegan - 1910


    Piegan - 1910


    Flathead - 1910


    Shoshoni - 1910


    Shoshoni - 1910


    Crow - 1910?


    Crow - 1910?


    Crow - 1910?


    Crow - 1910?


    Crow - 1911


    Blackfoot - 1911


    Ute - 1912


    Ute - 1913


    Ute - 1913


    Crow - 1919


    Crow - 1920


    Crow - 1920


    Cheyenne? - 1920


    Ute - 1820?


    Blackfoot - no date


    Ute - 1923


    Crow - 1924


    Crow - 1924


    Crow - 1925


    Crow - 1927


    Crow - 1927


    Sarcee - 1927


    Blood - 1927


    Blackfoot - 1930


    Plains Cree - 1930


    Ute - 1934


    Bannock - 1940


    Blackfoot - 1942


    Crow - 1943


    Plains Cree - 1944


    Crow - 1946


    Crow - 1947


    Blackfoot - 1949


    Crow - 1950

    "Be good, be kind, help each other."
    "Respect the ground, respect the drum, respect each other."

    --Abe Conklin, Ponca/Osage (1926-1995)

  • #2
    Great JoB!!! It was interesting looking at the style of clothing at the different times .along with the tipis...........beautiful photos

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    • #3
      great collection of pictures! I especially like one of the Salish camped where modern day Missoula now is. I always wondered what that valley like before the railroad came through.

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      • #4
        LOVE these pics, especially the hide tipis! I bet they were way warmer in the winter than the canvas ones.

        The different door styles are very interesting.
        ...it is what it is...

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        • #5
          I'm glad you enjoy the pics.

          Perhaps this thread should be a "sticky."

          What do you think?

          "Be good, be kind, help each other."
          "Respect the ground, respect the drum, respect each other."

          --Abe Conklin, Ponca/Osage (1926-1995)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Historian View Post
            I'm glad you enjoy the pics.

            Perhaps this thread should be a "sticky."

            What do you think?
            STICKY STICKY STICKY!!!!! Where do we vote :)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Asmajol View Post
              STICKY STICKY STICKY!!!!! Where do we vote :)
              x2

              P.S. Nice horse in your siggy :-P

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Asmajol View Post
                STICKY STICKY STICKY!!!!! Where do we vote :)
                Send a PM to one of the thread Monitors.

                TWDBear, OLChemist, Blackbear, or powwowbum49

                "Be good, be kind, help each other."
                "Respect the ground, respect the drum, respect each other."

                --Abe Conklin, Ponca/Osage (1926-1995)

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