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L-R: Cecille Magpie-Vanderburg, Felicity Delaware, Sara Ogden-Magpie - Flathead - 1906

L-R: Cecille Magpie-Vanderburg, Felicity Delaware, Sara Ogden-Magpie - Flathead - 1906

Can someone help me out on this? Who are the Nez Perce men in this group photo aside from Chief Joseph, who is on far right?    Thanks

Can someone help me out on this? Who are the Nez Perce men in this group photo aside from Chief Joseph, who is on far right? Thanks

Edward H. Boos photo of Alex Boneparte and another Native American man on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana pose on horseback on the reservation. Bonaparte, on the right, wears a unique headdress with two antlers. He holds a tomahawk across his chest and has a striped, wool blanket wrapped around his legs. His horse has a stick with several feathers hanging from it under its chin. The man on the left has strips of dark, fur wrapped around his long braids. He holds a pipe…

Edward H. Boos photo of Alex Boneparte and another Native American man on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana pose on horseback on the reservation. Bonaparte, on the right, wears a unique headdress with two antlers. He holds a tomahawk across his chest and has a striped, wool blanket wrapped around his legs. His horse has a stick with several feathers hanging from it under its chin. The man on the left has strips of dark, fur wrapped around his long braids. He holds a pipe…

Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge | Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge , Comanche County, OK (longhorns)

Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge | Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge , Comanche County, OK (longhorns)

Pendleton Round Up Happy Canyon Princess though I think this photo may have been taken not in Pendleton, but in Joseph, Oregon.

Pendleton Round Up Happy Canyon Princess though I think this photo may have been taken not in Pendleton, but in Joseph, Oregon.

Celia Tellier, “The Belle of the Flatheads,” early twentieth century; Nez Perce National Historical Park

Celia Tellier, “The Belle of the Flatheads,” early twentieth century; Nez Perce National Historical Park

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