Museum logo
Museum logo

Person Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Name High Hawk

Associated Records

Image of RG2063.PH000004-000002 - Print, Photographic

RG2063.PH000004-000002 - Print, Photographic

This is a studio portrait of seven Lakota (Sioux) men. They are identifed as (L to R): High Hawk, Little Wound, Big Road, Two Strike, Fire Lightning, Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses and Spotted Elk. These were some of the respresentatives who went to Washington DC in the aftermath of Wounded Knee.

Image of RG2063.PH000004-000003 - Print, Albumen

RG2063.PH000004-000003 - Print, Albumen

This is a group portrait of the Lakota delagates who went to Washington DC in the aftermath of the Wounded Knee conflict. Each of the delegates are identified in the photo.

Image of RG2063.PH000010-000001 - Print, Photographic

RG2063.PH000010-000001 - Print, Photographic

This is a group photo of several chiefs from the Lakota Nation. They are identified as Standing Bull, Bear Who Looks Back Running, Has the Big White Hhorse, White Tail, Liver Bear, Little Thunder, Bull Dog, High Hawk, Lame and Eagle Pipe. All are standing, wearing blankets and appear amiable. This was one of a series of photographs made by Grabill after the Wounded Knee massacre

RG2845.PH - Collection, Photograph

The massacre at Wounded Knee emerged from a spiritual movement among the Plains Indians called the Ghost Dance religion. Tension between troops and Indians climaxed into the tragic confrontation at Wounded Knee. This collection consists of images documenting the days leading up to the battle and to its aftermath. This collection consists of photographs of ghost dancers, scenes from the massacre, group and individual portraits of both military men and Indians, and camps of both the infantry and the Indians at Pine Ridge Agency.

Image of RG2845.PH000007-000005 - Print, Photographic

RG2845.PH000007-000005 - Print, Photographic

A group of four Indian chiefs on horses. From left to right: Good Lance, Big Talk, High Hawk, and Two Strikes.

Image of RG2845.PH000008-000008 - Print, Photographic

RG2845.PH000008-000008 - Print, Photographic

Portrait of Indian Chiefs at Pine Ridge Agency. Left to right: Two Strikes, High Hawk, and Crow Dog. Photograph is on a Trager and Kuhn mount.

Image of RG2845.PH000008-000009 - Print, Photographic

RG2845.PH000008-000009 - Print, Photographic

Leaders of the hostile Indians at Pine Ridge Agency during the late Sioux War. Left to right, Two Strikes, Crow Dog, High Hawk. The white man to the left is George Bartlett.

RG2969.PH - Collection, Photograph

John A. Anderson, born in Sweden in 1869, came to Cherry County, Nebraska, in 1884. Anderson took many photographs relating to people living on the frontier. This collection consists of photographs of Sioux Indians posing for formal portraits, performing traditional customs, and going about daily activities. This collection consists of 360 photographic prints and 322 glass negatives, mostly of Sioux Indians. Photographs include Sam Kills Two working on his winter count skin; being issued at the Rosebud Agency; a ceremonial Sun Dance Dog feast; and many other photographs depicting various activities and customs of the Sioux tribe. Also included are photos of Anderson and his family at their

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000001 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000001 - Negative, Glass Plate

Group of Native American men at the Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota. Left to right, seated in front row: Thin Elk, Big Head, Picket Pin, Turning Bear, High Bear, Lance, High Pipe, High Hawk, Yellow Hair, Little Thunder, Bear Head, He Dog, Black Bull. Second row, standing: Louis Roubideaux (Interpreter), Whirlwind Soldier, Yellow Horse, Good Voice, White Crane Walking, Pretty Eagle, Ring Thunder, Stranger Horse, Quick Bear, Swift Bear, Poor Dog, Hollow Horn Bear, Crow Dog, Two Strike, Milk, Sky Bull, Stands and Looks Back, Bear Looks Behind, C.P. Jordan (trader). Third row, standing: Blue Eyes, Big Horse, Joe Good Voice. (The list is one name short for the number of men shown. It

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000055 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000055 - Negative, Glass Plate

This black and white studio photograph shows Chief High Hawk wearing a shirt with beading on the sleeves and a feathered headdress. He holds several feathers in his left hand and a cane in his right hand. The photograph was taken at the Rosebud Reservation. Note: Historian on the Brule People.

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000056 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000056 - Negative, Glass Plate

Chief High Hawk with his three wives & children In this black and white photograph, Chief High Hawk, wearing a hat and holding a peace pipe, poses in front of a log house with three women and a large number of children. Most of the people in the photograph are wearing moccasins and have blankets wrapped around them. A wagon can be seen in the background. The photograph was taken at the Rosebud Reservation. High Hawk led a Brule band that advocated the Ghost Dance in the late 1880s. He was part of a Sioux delegation to Washington, D.C., after the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890. The Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation is located nine miles north of Valentine, Nebraska, in South Dakota.

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000056-1 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000056-1 - Negative, Glass Plate

Chief High Hawk with one of his three wives Chief High Hawk and one of his wives pose in front of a log house in this black and white photograph. High Hawk is wearing a shirt, pants, a hat, and moccasins, and he has a blanket wrapped around him. In his right hand, he holds a peace pipe. His wife has a blanket wrapped around her shoulders, covering the rest of her clothes; she also wears moccasins. The photograph was taken at the Rosebud Reservation. High Hawk led a Brule band that advocated the Ghost Dance in the late 1880s. He was part of a Sioux delegation to Washington, D.C., after the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890. The Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation is located nine miles north of

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000057 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000057 - Negative, Glass Plate

High Hawk with horse. Note: He became well known because of the photographs of Edward S. Curtis in "North American Indian." *Broken Plate*