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MS 004 - Anne Black Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 004
Abstract An amateur ethnologist, Anne Black collected materials on the Northern Cheyenne Indians. Included in these papers are the 1891 – 1910 superintendent's letter books of the Tongue River Agency, and recorded narratives, typed interviews, and photographs [access to some components of this collection is RESTRICTED].

MS 046 - Glenbow Photograph Album Collection

 Collection — Box: MS46.01
Identifier: MS 046
Abstract Photograph album containing approximately sixty black-and-white and sepia photographs (albumin prints) taken in Montana around 1900.  It includes images of soldiers, military camps, forts, the Little Bighorn Battlefield, Lame Deer (on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, previously named the Tongue River Reservation), the Cheyenne people, and Western life in general.  The album is 28.5 x 18.2 cm with cardboard pages and black covers with leather corners.  “Photographs” appears on the front...

MS 165 - Thomas Marquis Native American Nitrate Negative Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 165
Abstract These photographs were created by photographer Dr. Thomas Marquis, a physician and author, who lived on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in the early 20th century.  The collection was divided into three sets prior to the purchase of the original negatives by the Buffalo Bill Memorial Association in 1999. The numbering system has been retained, based on image numbers within each of the three sets. The negatives were purchased from the Council for Indian Education....

MS 408- James Canan Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MS 408
Abstract This collection contains the personal papers of James Canan. James Canan worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs between the years of 1956-1994. The collection has a mixture of publications, personal notes, and federal governement records all pertaining to the Bureau of Indian Affairs and issues that affected that line of work. The pieces in this collection are helpful when researching the Bureau of Indian Affairs during the civil rights movement.