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Name Hollow Horn Bear
Othernames Mato He Oklogeca

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Image of 13220-1-(16) - Print, Chief Hollow Horn Bear, from F.A. Rinehart's 1898 photograph

13220-1-(16) - Print, Chief Hollow Horn Bear, from F.A. Rinehart's 1898 photograph

This is a picture of Chief Hollow Horn Bear from the Sioux tribe. There is a red and a white border. In the lower left corner there is a headdress, a shield and a spear. Up the left side there is a peace pipe. Along the top there are two headdresses separated by two crossing spears. Down the right side there is a ceremonial rattle. Chief Hollow Horn Bear has an elaborate headdress. The base is a red, white, and blue beaded band with red, green, and blue ribbons. Red ribbon is wrapped around the start of the black and white big feathers. Red ribbon and purple flowers are attached to the tips of the black part of the feathers. His face is green on top and below his nose is red. He is wearing a

RG2063.PH - Collection, Photograph

This collection relates to the Lakota Sioux tribe that lived in northwest Nebraska and parts of South and North Dakota. The collection consists mostly of photographic prints and postcards. Many of the images relate to life on reservations and to the interaction between Native Americans and Euro-Americans. This collection consists of 685 photographic prints and postcards relating to Lakota Indians. Included are many photographs of Chief Red Cloud and his family, from the lat 1800s to around the time of his death in 1909; images from an 1868 treaty council at Fort Laramie, Dakota Territory, with individuals identified; photographs of Indian camps, agencies, missions, and schools; images show

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.PH000033-000004 - Postcard

RG2063.PH000033-000004 - Postcard

This is a studio portrait of Chief Hollow Horn Bear with his two wives and children. All are dressed in traditional ceremonial clothing, including feathers, headdresses and fancy necklaces. Hollow Horn Bear holds a lance decorated with leather, beads and feathers. They are in front of a painted studio canvas backdrop.

Image of RG2063.PH000034-000002 - Print, Photographic

RG2063.PH000034-000002 - Print, Photographic

This is a studio portrait of Hollow Horn Bear and his grandson, Seth Hollow Horn Bear. The elder is seated, wearing full ceremonial clothing including headdress and feathers. The younger is standing, and wears a hat, shirt with tie and short pants. The background is a painted studio canvas backdrop.

Image of RG2063.PH000034-000008 - Print, Photographic

RG2063.PH000034-000008 - Print, Photographic

This is a studio portrait of four Lakota men. They are identified as: White Masked Face; Good Voice; Hollow Horn Bear and High Bear. They are posing in front of a painted studio canvas backdrop.

Image of RG2063.PH000053-000005 - Postcard, Picture

RG2063.PH000053-000005 - Postcard, Picture

This is a portrait of Hollow Horn Bear of the Brule Tribe, South Dakota. He is seated on a chair covered by a buffalo hide. He wears traditional clothing of the tribe, including headdress, feathers and a bone breast plate. He holds a war club across his lap. The background appears to be a studio canvas.

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000013-2 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000013-2 - Negative, Glass Plate

Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca)

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.PH000001-000013-3 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000013-3 - Negative, Glass Plate

Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca)

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000013-1 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000013-1 - Negative, Glass Plate

Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca) Note: Cut Meat District; his portrait is on an old 14 cent U.S. Postage stamp and on the old $5 currency bill.

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000013 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000013 - Negative, Glass Plate

Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca) This black and white studio photograph shows Chief Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca) wearing an animal hide outfit decorated with beading. A presidential peace medal hangs around his neck. He holds a small bag in his left hand and a cane in his right. The photograph was taken at the Rosebud Reservation. Note: Cut Meat District; his portrait is on an old 14 cent U.S. Postage stamp and on the old $5 currency bill.

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000030 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000030 - Negative, Glass Plate

Black and white studio photograph of Chief Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca). He is dressed in Indian regalia includes a feathered headdress, long pants and beaded shirt, and holds a tomahawk in his lap. The photograph was taken at the Rosebud Reservation. Note: Cut Meat District.

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000030-1 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000030-1 - Negative, Glass Plate

Hollow Horn Bull Black and white studio photograph of Chief Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca). He is dressed in Indian regalia includes a feathered headdress, beaded moccasins, long pants and beaded shirt, and holds a tomahawk in his lap. The photograph was taken at the Rosebud Reservation. Hollow Horn Bear's portrait is on an old 14 cent U.S. postage stamp and on the old $5 silver certificate. He was born in Sheridan County, Nebraska, and took part in a number of the battles with troops and railroaders. At the Rosebud Agency, he negotiated with General Crook and served as police chief. His brothers include Goes to War and Iron Shell. The Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation is located n

Image of RG2969.PH000001-000091 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2969.PH000001-000091 - Negative, Glass Plate

This black and white studio photograph shows Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca) and Iron Shell (Maza Tanpeska) posing in front of a painted backdrop. Iron Shell is on the left, and Hollow Horn Bear is on the right. Both men are wearing shirts decorated with beading, long pants, beaded moccasins, and presidential peace medals. Hollow Horn Bear wears a feathered headdress, and Iron Shell has two feathers in his hair. Iron Shell holds a cane in his right hand, and Hollow Horn Bear is holding a rifle with both hands. The photograph was taken at the Rosebud Reservation. Hollow Horn Bear and Iron Shell were brothers. Hollow Horn Bear's portrait is on an old 14 cent U.S. postage stamp and on th