Archive of John A. Anderson Photos
 
Source: The Sioux of the Rosebud: A History in Pictures. Photos by John A. Anderston; text by Henry W. Hamilton and Jean Tyree Hamilton (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1971)

John A. Anderson, Fort Niobrara, ca 1888 (Plate 7, page 27)

Fort Niobrara, 1886 (Pl. 16, p. 38)

Rosebud Agency, 1889 (Pl. 32, p. 57)

Cattle Issue, ca 1889 (Pl. 62, p. 98) 

White Bear Advising People to Accept Allotment, 1888 (Pl. 44, p 77)

Allotment on the Rosebud Reservation

Domestic Issue (Pl. 77, p. 113)

Annuity Payment (Pl. 78, p. 114)

Sioux giveaway ceremony (Pl. 142, p. 200)

Sam Kills Two working on his winter count (frontispiece)

Crow Dog (Pl. 200, p. 273) [He killed Chief Spotted Tail, Aug. 5, 1881]

Brule: The Sioux People of the Rosebud by Paul Dyck (Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 1971)

Gathering at Jordan Trading Post, 1889, p. 7 | Annuities, p. 11

Rosebud police, p. 15 | High Hawk, p. 85 | Turning Bear, p. 97

Scalplocks on Shirt, 101 | Two women, life partners, p. 107

Dress attire, p. 147 | Yellow Hair and Wife, p. 159  | Larger version

Camp Scene p. 177    |    Camp at Slaughterhouse, p. 217

Dog Travois, p. 253   |     Horse Travois, p. 259

Rawhide Bowl, p. 269  | Scraping hide, p. 271

Giveaway, p. 291 |  Tipi cover with war record, p. 331

Brule Tipi Cover Count, p. 333

Related Documents
Commissioner of Indian Affairs circular, 1889:  beef issue