The Blackfeet Indians through the stereoscope.
- The Blackfeet Indians through the stereoscope.
- Forsyth, N. A. (Norman A.), 1869-1949
- Published / Created
- ca. 1920.
- Publication Place
- Butte, Mont.,
- N. A. Forsyth,
- A set of stereograph photographs in a slipcase created and distributed by Norman A. Forsyth of Butte Montana, with printed captions documenting the activities of Blackfeet (Siksika) Indians during an encampment probably at the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, Montana, ca. 1920., Identified Siksika individuals include Little Dog, Left Hand, Bear Chief, and Black Bear, and Images include depictions of costumes and activities related to ceremonial dances, including the Sun Dance, Grass Dance, and Choosing Dance. Other images include views of tipis, travois, Native American women working with a sewing machine, and an image of Cree women roasting a dog.
- 30 photographic prints : stereographs, b & w ; 8.8 x 17.2 cm.
- Extent of Digitization
- Partially digitized
- Call Number
- Zc16 +S54 920fo
Subjects, Formats, And Genres
- still image
- Subject (Geographic)
- Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.)--Pictorial works
- Subject (Name)
Bear Chief,--Siksika Indian
Forsyth, N. A.--(Norman A.),--1869-1949
Left Hand,--Siksika Indian
Little Dog,--Siksika Indian chief
- Subject (Topic)
Cree Indians--Pictorial works
Indians of North America--Pictorial works
Siksika Indians--Pictorial works
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- N. (Norman) A. Forsyth, The Blackfeet Indians Through the Stereoscope. Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
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