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·         Guards / Military camps / Soldiers

o        Description: This page contains information about En route with the American Field Headquarters, by motorcycle, from El Valle to Las Cruces, Mexico, April 10, 1916. Sentry guarding camp.

·         Guards / Police / Nightsticks / Japanese-Americans / Japanese-American relocation / Relcoation camps

o        Description: This page contains information about Granada Relocation Center, Amache, Colorado. Chief of Internal Security, Tomilnson, and a portion of the civilian internal center police.

·         Guards / Soldiers / Mexicans / Prisoners of war

o        Description: This page contains information about Field Headquarters, near Namiquipa, Mexico. Some of the Villista prisoners brought in by an outguard. These prisoners were in the Columbus raid.

·         Guards / Soldiers / Sleeping

o        Description: This page contains information about Field Headquarters near Cases Grande, Mexico. - Sentries Guarding road resting.

·         Guides & scouts / Aged persons / Portrait photographs

o        Description: This page contains information about Group Photograph. Scout McCabe seated on right.

·         Guides & scouts / Apache / Families / Native Americans / Portrait photographs / Studio props

o        Description: This page contains information about Captain Jack, Indian Scout (Apache Yumas) (This obviously is not the Captain Jack of Modoc War fame. For one thing, that Capt. Jack was hanged on Oct. 3, 1873.)

·         Guides & scouts / Explorers / Expedition photographs / Expeditions & surveys

o        Description: This page contains information about John Hance- Our Guide down the Grand Canon- “Hance Trail“

·         Guides & scouts / Military facilities / Native Americans

o        Description: This page contains information about Company A, Indian Scouts, Fort Elliott, Texas.

·         Guides & scouts / Military facilities / Native Americans

o        Description: This page contains information about Company A, Indian Scouts, Fort Elliott, Texas--1888.

·         Guides & scouts / Native Americans / Apache / Firearms / Portraits

o        Description: This page contains information about Apache Indian scouts on duty with the 6th Cavalry, Fort Wingate, New Mexico. Tontos.

·         Guides & scouts / Native Americans / Indian encampments / Families / Carts & wagons

o        Description: This page contains information about Indian Scout Camp--Fort Elliott, TX.

·         Guides & scouts / Native Americans / Military officers

o        Description: This page contains information about Company of Apache Indian Scouts, San Carlos, Arizona. Lt. Clarence E. Dentler, Commanding.

·         Guides & scouts / Native Americans / Military officers / Horses / Portraits

o        Description: This page contains information about Capt (now Brig Gen Retired) James E. Macklin with scouts starting on a scout for “the Kid,“ an Apache Indian outlaw. San Carlos Indian Agency--Arizona.

·         Guides & scouts / Native Americans / Portrait photographs / Warm Springs Apache

o        Description: This page contains information about Modoc Indian War, 1872-1873--CA and OR. Warm Springs Indian Scouts used by US Army in running down the hostile Modoc Indians led by “Captain Jack“ in Lava Bed Campaign of 1872-1873.

·         Guides & scouts / Native Americans / Portraits

o        Description: This page contains information about Curley, General Custer's Scout, and the only survivor of that horrible massacre [From L. D. Greene Album].

·         Guides & scouts / Native Americans / Tribal chiefs / Portraits

o        Description: This page contains information about US Scout McCabe and Chief Washakie.

·         Guides & scouts / Native Americans / Wickiups / Families / Ethnographic photographs / Firearms

o        Description: This page contains information about Indian War photograph. Two of Britton Davis' Indian scouts “at home“.

·         Guides & scouts / Portraits

o        Description: This page contains information about “Yellowstone Kelly“.

·         Guides & scouts / Portraits

o        Description: This page contains information about “Liver Eating“ Johnson, scout, trapper, and a dead shot.

·         Guides & scouts / Portraits

o        Description: This page contains information about “yellowstone Kelly“--Luther Sage Kelly, chief scout with General Miles command in 1876.

·         Guides & scouts / Tourists / National parks & reserves

o        Description: This page contains information about Park Naturalist Woodbury with guide party in Temple of Sinawava.

·         Gymnasiums / Military facilities

o        Description: This page contains information about Note on photograph: “Gymnasium; Guard House in rear; Building No. 22“

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