Crow Butte Near Ft Robinson Neb And FE MV RR in Battle the Indians Drove the Crows Up on the Mountain and Camped on the Only Approach Intending to Kill or Starve Their Enemy The Crows Killed and Skinned One of Their Ponies The Hide Was Made Into Ropes and Used in Lowering Their Ponies and People from Opposite Side of Mountain American School th century Private Collection Photo Liszt Collection Bridgeman Images
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