Glass Plate Negative
Studio portrait of fifteen male students wearing school uniforms.
Previous cataloging for this image identifies the students as being from the Pine Ridge reservation. However the caption for the Cumberland County Historical Society version of the image has a caption that says they are...
Studio portrait of fifteen unidentified male students.
The handwritten caption isn't clear but it might indicate that this is an Apache group.
Group portrait of first male students at the school from the Pine Ridge and Rosebud agencies. They arrived on October 6, 1879. Richard Henry Pratt is standing at far left and interpreter Charles Tackett is standing at far right.
Existing building (the South Barracks) used as the first school building in which classes were taught.
This building was demolished in July 1888 and replaced with a new building for the same purpose.
Portrait of chiefs Brother-to-All, Like the Bear, Poor Wolf, Son-of-the-Star, and American Horse posed with interpreters John Bridgeman and John Smith, standing in front of the bandstand on the school grounds. The man in the background on the left is probably Richard Henry Pratt.
Studio portrait of Alice Wynn (back left), Kisetta Roosevelt (back middle), Mabel Doanmoe (back right), Rebecca Big Star (front left), and Harriet Mary Elder (front right). All are wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of five unidentified young female students, one unidentified young male student, and an unidentified white woman, probably a teacher. The boy is wearing a uniform and the girls are all wearing dressed made from a striped fabric.
Note: Previous cataloging indicates the...
Studio portrait of Bernard (Hawk Charging Daylight) (standing at left), Horace (Horse) (standing at right), Reuben Quick Bear (Kills the Enemy) (seated at left), John Renville (seated at center), and Rufus (Strikes the Enemy) (seated at right). All are wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of five Native Americans, probably visiting chiefs.
Studio portrait of Jesse Paul, Charley Wolf, Samuel John, Dolly Gould, and Rebecca Little Wolf, all wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Josephine Pryor, Metopa, Joel Chetopah, Elmer, and Alice Long Pole. All are wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Ruth (Looking Woman), Hattie Long Wolf, Anna Laura, Grace Cook, and Stella Berht.
Group portrait of Frederick (Cloud Bull), Walter Bullman, Philip (Kills), Ruth (Looking Woman), and Julia Good Voice. They are posed outside a building on the school grounds.
Group of five Sioux students posed on the bandstand on the school grounds. They are Conrad (Thunder), Gilbert (Short Leg), Arnold (Runs After the Moon), Dora (Her Pipe), and Ruth (Looking Woman).
Group portrait of five Sioux students posed outside a building, presumably on the school grounds. They are, from left to right: William Spotted Tail (Stays at Home), Sarah Mather (Red Road), Max Spotted Tail (Talks with Bears), Oliver Spotted Tail (Bugler), and Pollock Spotted Tail (Little Scout...
Studio portrait of five unidentified male students: three younger boys wearing school uniforms, and two older male students.
Previous cataloging interprets part of the caption as reading James.
Studio portrait of five unidentified young male students in school uniforms.
Studio portrait of five unidentified male students.
Studio portrait of five male students.
The Cumberland County Historical Society identifies this as the "Alfred group," presumably from information scratched on the glass plate.
Studio portrait of two unidentified male students and three unidentified female students.
Studio portrait of one male student wearing school uniform with four female students.
Studio portrait of five visiting chiefs and ten female students.
The handwritten caption indicates these are Cheyenne chiefs.
Studio portrait of five visiting chiefs with five male students and one female student.
Note: The glass plate is broken so that only four chiefs are visible. Previous cataloging indicates that these sitters are from the Arapaho nation.
Studio portrait of five visiting chiefs with ten male students.
The handwritten caption probably indicates these are Cheyenne chiefs.
Studio portrait of five young female students, all wearing school uniforms with white pinafores. They are Alice Long Pole, Julia Pryor, Metopa, Josephine Pryor, and Myrtie Tallchief.