Hi Jari, thanks for the photograph. Here's the Upshaw picture with Red Cloud and Jack Red Cloud I was referrring to:
Upshaw is standing first from left; Jack Red Cloud is first from right.
Found another Rinehart portrait of Upshaw (1898, Omaha Trans-Mississippian):
By the way, how's Hutchins'book on the Curtis -Crow scouts connection? Would you recommend it?
Hi Jinlian, Thanks for the photograph. Same man, definitely!
A Reader’s Guide to Custeriana by Robert M. Anderson: “While researching his massive work, The North American Indian, Curtis became fascinated with the Battle of the Little Bighorn. In 1907 he was guided over the battlefield by tree of Custer’s Crow scouts whose spokesman was White-Man-Runs-Him. During interviews with these scouts he was stunned to find that their account differed significantly from most other accounts. Hutchins reprints all of Curtis’ published material, notes and interviews, as well as his correspondence with other students of the battle. Hutchins also includes a photo essay by James Brust, pairing the Curtis photographs taken in 1907 with modern comparison photos that pinpoint the battlefield locations described by the scouts. With Hutchins’ well written and researched introduction, this is a very valuable addition to the Custer literature.” Absolutely stunningly handsome volume! A definitive work!!!
Thank you, Jinlian! There is else photography with this film? Where find this movie? I have only: “The romance Of A Vanishing Race”, “The Rodman Wanamaker Expedition of Ctizenship to the North A American Indian”, “Winter Farm Life on a Crow Reservation”. Sorry for bad English. I am an artist, I live in Russia. I study the culture of Crow Indians more than 15 years. I have accumulated many questions. I very pleased our acquaintance!!!!!!