Another McBride photo showing Ute leaders in traditional dress near Fort Meade:
Apona (Appah?), Chuponis, Rainbow and Pompy. The man in the badge is Tabbichoats
I suspect the non-McBride photos above may have been taken by Thomas W. Tolman, who was sent out to record events for Collier's Magazine. When the Utes were camped close to Gillette on the Montana/Wyoming border, he arrived in the village before the troops came to escort the Indians to Fort Meade:
This one purports to show some of the Utes who went to South Dakota, but I'm not sure if this was taken before, during or after the exodus. L-R: Willie Wille, Arapo, Dewy (Arapo's son), Duchesne George, Slim Jim, Red Cap.