Native American (possibly Crow or Dakota) men on horseback hold rifles and pose in a row probably near Fort Keogh (Custer County), Montana. Some of the men wear braids, buckskin or woven shirts, moccasins and sit bareback on horses. Indian military scouts on horseback, probably under the command of First Lieutenant Edward Casey, wear uniforms, hats and scarves. One man stands and poses with a rifle nearby.
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