Julius Meyer Feb 19, 2019 10:32:24 GMT -5
Post by grahamew on Feb 19, 2019 10:32:24 GMT -5
Supposed to show a Lakota , Iron Bull, and his wife. Omaha?
Is that Standing Bear of the Ponca?
With some Pawnee
A variant on the above...
Meyer with Pawnees, identified as Te-Taska-ke-rook; Ta-la-ka; La-tack-kach-ta-ka; Julius Meyer; Tau-e-gut-le-sha; Le-stachke-ge-re; La-ga-lash-line; Tou-rahe-sha-kish (https://nebraskahistory.pastperfectonline.com/photo/3E57ABF8-2BAE-449D-B9D3-793839638569)
With Pawnee outside his store, 163 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska, about 1875 - is that Petalesharo II sitting next to Meyer?
Outside his shop in 1878
With Lakota headmen
A variant of the above - note the names of the Lakota are incorrect
Meyer standing next to Red Cloud. L-R seated: Sitting Bull the Oglala, Swift Bear and Spotted Tail. Taken in Omaha in May, 1875
A variant on the above. The interpreters standing L-R are Louis Bordeaux and William Garnett
Both supposedly show him with Winnebago Indians...
Somewhere... we have better versions of these...
Ah, one of them at least:
Meyer and Iowa leaders?
Edit: Here's a slightly better version of the top photo - looks like Meyer and the Pawnee men again
That man next to the guy with the knife club bears a resemblance to Robert Louis Stevenson. Can't be, can it? He was in Nebraska in August, 1879, however...
Pretty sure this is Meyer as the victim of a mock scalping, featuring the same men in two (or three) of the photos above
Meyer with Yellow Smoke's Omaha, who visited Paris in 1883
Meyer with a couple of white men dressed as Indians
While not showing Meyer, the studio is the same as in the first photo in the post