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Indian Village near Fort Laramie.

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Identifier: N45366

Title: Indian Village near Fort Laramie.

Description: Horizontal, sepia photograph of an American Indian camp. The foreground is flat and has little-to-no vegetation. The camp includes five completed tipis, and three tipi frames with no cover. There are also several Conestoga wagons with no fabric covers throughout the camp. There is one man wearing western clothing and a hat standing alone at the far right. There is hilly terrain in the background. Under the print "Scenes in the Indian Country" is printed on the matt. Below that a hand-written title "Indian Village near Fort Laramie" is written in black ink. On the far left a "25" is also written in black ink. In the lower right corner a "76" and "View Near Fort Laramie" is faintly written in pencil.

Rights: UND

Place:

Dates: 1868

Type(s): Photograph
Image

Maker/Creator: Alexander Gardner

Subjects: Indians of North America
Villages
Armed Forces
West (U.S.)
Discovery and exploration
Fortification

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