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Pa-da-ne A-pa-pe (Struck by the Ree), head chief, Yankton Dakota.
Pa-da-ne A-pa-pe (Struck by the Ree), head chief, Yankton Dakota.
TitlePa-da-ne A-pa-pe (Struck by the Ree), head chief, Yankton Dakota.
CreatorAddis Gallery
Extent (Original)1 portrait photograph ; image 13.5 cm. x 18.7 cm. (5 5/16 in. x 7 6/16 in.) ; on sheet 25.3 cm. x 30.6 cm. (9 15/16 in. x 12 1/16 in.).
DescriptionPortrait photograph of Pa-da-ne A-pa-pe (Struck by the Ree).
TypeStill Image
Subjects (TGM)Albumen prints
Portrait photographs
Subject (LCSH)Faulk, Andrew Jackson, 1814-1898
Indians of North America -- Portraits
Yankton
LanguageEng
Provenance"The property of A.J. Faulk, Yankton, May 1867".
NotesWritten on verso of photograph, "Sometimes called - 'Mato Ne Chacksha' or 'Old Bear'. He was the Head Chief of the Yankton Sioux Indians - Scout Bands - Died at 92 years of age. He was justly honored and esteemed by all who knew him."

"Struck by the Ree was born when Lewis and Clark were being entertained by the Sioux in camp at Greene Island, Yankton, Sept., 1804. When Capt. Lewis heard of his birth in one of the Indian lodges, he sent for the child and wrapped it in the American flag and made a speech in which he prophesied he would become eminent among his people and a great friend to the white men. He became head chief of the Yankton Sioux and was probably the means of saving the entire settlement at Yankton from massacre in the 'War of the Outbreak' in 1863. See Brief History of South Dakota by Doane Robertson."
Collection NameNorth American Indian Photographs (Newberry Library)
CollectionEdward E. Ayer Photograph Collection (Newberry Library)
Filenameap2699box105.jpg
Call NumberAP 2699, Box 105
Date Issued (Digital)2008-09-15
Extent (Digital)115 KB
Medium (Digital)JPG
PublisherNewberry Library
RightsAll rights reserved by the Newberry Library. Permission to reproduce in any format must be requested in writing. Contact Photoduplication Department Newberry Library 60 West Walton Street, Chicago IL 60610. Phone: (312) 255-3566/ Email: photoduplication@newberry.org
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