Ox Teams at Sturgis, D.T. (i.e. Dakota Territory)
Line of oxen and wagons along main street.
Date Created/Published: between 1887 and 1892
Company "C", 3rd U.S. Infantry Near Fort Meade, SD
Group of uniformed military men with rifles next to a hillside; part of the group is posed, taking aim.
Date Created/Published: 1890
Group of uniformed military men, sitting and standing, posed with rifles in front of a wooded hillside.
Company "C" 3rd U.S. Infantry Near Fort Meade, SD
Group of uniformed military men, sitting and standing, posed without rifles, in front of a wooded hillside.
Company "C" 3rd U.S. Infantry, caught on the fly, near Fort Meade
Bear Butte in the distance.
Thirty-five soldiers walking in a line with rifles.
Front view of group of uniformed military men, sitting, standing, kneeling, and lying down, some taking aim with rifles. Wooded hillside in background.
Near Fort Meade. "I" Troop, 8th Cavalry
Military men in uniform, posed on horseback in rows between a river bed and hillside.
Date Created/Published: 1889
The Officers' Line, Fort Meade, Dakota
Homes, lawns, and a few military men in residential area.
Fort Meade, Dakota. Bear Butte, 3 Miles Distant
Bird's-eye view of military camp buildings; Butte in background.
Date Created/Published: 1888
"The Cow Boy"
Photograph shows side view of a cowboy on a horse, looking towards the camera.
Date Created/Published: c1888, near Sturgis
Freighting in "The Black Hills". Photographed between Sturgis and Deadwood
Full view of ox trains, between Sturgis and Deadwood, S.D.
"Comanche", the only survivor of the Custer Massacre, 1876.
History of the horse and regimental orders of the 7th Cavalry as to the care of "Comanche" as long as he shall live.
"Comanche" was brought to Fort Meade by the Seventh Regiment, where he was kept until 1888. He was then taken to Fort Riley, Kansas, where he died, and was buried with military honors.
The Fighting 7th Officers 1891
Twenty-two uniformed military men, standing and sitting in camp chairs. Some of the men are wearing winter coats.
The U.S. Paymaster and Guards on Deadwood Road to Ft. Meade
Three uniformed men with rifles, a driver, and a small horse-drawn wagon.
Camp of the 7th Cavalry, Pine Ridge Agency, S.D., Jan. 19, 1891
View of military camp: tents, horses, and wagons.