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a group of people standing next to each other in front of a tent on top of a grass covered field
Cheyenne Sun Dance. The Cheyenne Sun Dance being performed inside the Sun Dance Lodgе. Date Original: 1902-1933. Richard Throssel Collection, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming.
an old photo of a teepee with sticks sticking out of it
Frame of the sponsor's tipi, Cree sun-dance (The North American Indian, v. XVIII. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press)
Frame of the sponsor's tipi, Cree sun-dance (The North American Indian, v. XVIII. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, 1928) by Edward Sheriff Curtis from University of Southern California Libraries
an old black and white photo of a person with a horse on the ground next to chickens
Native American Indian - Old Photos Tatanka Wajila (aka One Buffalo Bull, aka One Bull, aka Oscar One Bull), during a Sundance near Fort Yates in North Dakota - Hunkpapa/Mniconjou - 1924
a group of people standing next to each other in front of a ferris wheel at an amusement park
Blackfoot man in front of sundance lodge
an old black and white photo of people in a field
Record Group of Indians, Sun Dance. Oklahoma. " ... | Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution
an old black and white photo of people standing in front of a tent with poles
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Erecting sun dance lodge, Blackfoot reserve, Alberta. Date: July 1921
an old black and white photo of people in front of a teepee
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The Sun Dance was a ritual of renewal and probably the most important rite celebrated by the Lakota, as well as most Plain Indians. This ritual involved extreme pain to the warriors who endured it.
an old black and white photo of people standing in front of a tent with flowers on it
University of Southern California
Sun dance lodge - Cheyenne (The North American Indian, v. XIX. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, 1930) by Edward Sheriff Curtis from University of Southern California Libraries
black and white photograph of men riding horses in the grass with birds flying above them
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Bringing in branches for lodge, sun dance, Blackfoot reserve, Alberta. Date: July 1921
two people are sitting on a log in the grass
Painting the Sun Pole. (Cheyenne?) Indian reservations--Montana. Collection Richard Throssel. Date Original: 1902-1933. University of Wyoming. American Heritage Center.
an animal that is sitting on top of some sticks in the grass with other animals behind it
The Glenbow Museum > Archives Photographs Search Results
Title: Blackfoot sweat lodge at the Sun Dance. Date: [ca. 1878]
an old black and white photo of people in a field with a tent on the ground
Cheyenne Sun Dance. Date Original: 1902-1933. Richard Throssel Collection, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming.
an old black and white photo of two people in native garb standing next to each other
The Glenbow Museum > Archives Photographs Search Results
Title: Medicine men in sun dance lodge, Alberta. Date: [ca. 1910-1915]
an old black and white photo of some people standing in front of a large tent
Last of the Sun Dance. The Cheyenne Sun Dance being performed inside the Sun Dance Lodgе. Date Original: 1902-1933. Richard Throssel Collection, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming.