This picturesque camp of the Apsaroke was on the Little Bighorn River, Montana, a short distance below where the Custer fight occurred. – E. S. Curtis –

A great example of Curtis’s painterly treatment of a beautiful landscape, showing a slice of Indian life as it once was. The Native Americans name for the Little Bighorn territory was “Greasy Grass”, referring to the glistening effect of light reflecting of the flowing tall prairie grasses blowing in the wind. – Mountain Hawk –

 

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