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• ; Santee Iron Ring and daughters, Florence and Victoria. Approximately 1920 or earlier. PHOTOS COURTESY RESERVATION PROGRAMS FORT PECK AGENCY LILLIAN OGLE ::i6;;;•:7-Klif NNE 141111111111111MINMEMINFOolummas L. to r. - Andrew Red Thunder. Pan Ralph Wing. Mark Eder. Charlie Thompson and Supt. McGalla. Four behind Supt. McGalla un- identified. Taken 1910-1915 when the reser- vation was supposed to be dry. Ruth Half Red, approximately 1920. Trail Ride, Poplar Saddle Club, 1955 7. r. - r!aok: - .elen Walker, Longee (Maize mot'ner). Nettie Walking Eagle, Lizzie Artlelur. L. to r. - Front: unidentified, Adele Walking Earle. unidentified. Albert Kennedy, Maize Gale. vmve Smith, others unknown. Taken ap- proximately 1c41045. I