photograph is one of four known, taken by famed Washington
D.C. photographer Mathew Brady in October 1877. Photographs
of the Oglala and Brule delegation for that year were
also taken by Charles Bell and by one of the Ulke brothers.
There is also a large photograph of the entire delegation
taken at the Corcoran Gallery, attributed to Alexander
the back row, standing, from left to right: Little
Big Man, Big Road, Young Man Afraid of His Horses,
Three Bears, and interpreter William Garnett (also
known as Billy Hunter).
in front row, from left to right: Red Cloud, Little
Wound, Yellow Bear, Iron Crow and He Dog.
note that the 1877 delegation included Oglala, Brule
and Arapaho leaders. In this image, however, all of
the individuals are Oglala. In fact, this represents
the entire delegation from the Red Cloud Agency except
one person -- American Horse. —