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dc.identifier.otherAccession id cp1998_23-
dc.descriptionThe original photogravure was produced in Boston by John Andrew & Son, c1906 and published as plate 140 in The North American Indian Volume 04; The Apsaroke, or Crows. The Hidatsa [portfolio]. Original copyright Seattle : E.S. Curtis, 1909.en_US
dc.description.abstractDescription by Edward S. Curtis: "The Apsaroke lived much among the mountains, and nowhere do they seem more at home than on the streams and in the cañons of their forested ranges." source Library of Congress, American Memory websiteen_US
dc.description.sponsorshipThe photogravures in this collection were given to the College in 1998 by Dr. Robert and Anne Riley Bourne both members of the Class of 1954.en_US
dc.publisherMemphis, Tenn. : Archives and Special Collections, Rhodes Collegeen_US
dc.rights© All rights reserved. The accompanying digital objects and associated documentation are provided for online research and access purposes. Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and present this digital object and the accompanying documentation, without fee, and without written agreement, is hereby granted for educational, non-commercial purposes only. The Rhodes College Archives and Special Collections reserves the right to decide what constitutes educational and commercial use. In all instances of use, acknowledgement must be given to Rhodes College Archives Digital Repository, Memphis, TN. For information regarding permission to use this image, please email the Archives at
dc.subjectCurtis, Edward S., 1868-1952en_US
dc.subjectCrow Indiansen_US
dc.subjectAbsaroke Indiansen_US
dc.titleMountain fastness - Apsarokeen_US
dc.contributor.artistCurtis, Edward S., 1868-1952-
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