|Object Name||Collection, Photograph|
|Collection Name||RG2062 Black Hills Feature Film Company (Chadron, Neb.)|
|Title||Black Hills Feature Film Company (Chadron, Neb.)|
This collection consists of material related to a film production company, the Black Hills Feature Film Company of Chadron, Nebraska, in Dawes County. The material in this collection relates to what is believed to be the earliest known feature film made in Nebraska by Nebraskans, _In the Days of '75 and '76_. The film, made in 1915, is an epic western that recounts the story of James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok and Martha "Calamity Jane" Canary.
This collection includes twenty-four photographs and production stills relating to the 1915 film _In the Days of '75 and '76_. Also included are newspaper clippings about to the film.
|Date Range from||1915|
|Date Range to||1916|
|Place||USA: Nebraska (Dawes), Chadron|
Hickok, James Butler "Wild Bill", 1837-1876
Canary, Martha Jane "Calamity Jane"
Hartman Brothers Film Manufacturers of Omaha (Omaha, Neb.)
Adams Memorial Museum (Deadwood, S.D.)
Indians of North America