In the Land of the Sioux, 1905
This picture illustrates the general character of the Sioux country. The broad, rolling prairie is broken by low hills, while here and there lie pools of stagnant water in old buffalo-wallows. The subjects of the pictures are Red Hawk, Crazy Thunder, and Holy Skin, three Ogalala who accompanied the author on a trip into the Bad Lands.
Print caption by Edward S. Curtis, The North American Indian, Portfolio III, Plate no. 95, 1908.
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