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. .• . • • • .- 1) 0 BRANCH OF LAND OPERATIONS - BAA. Indians at Poplar, Montana, Postcard Left to right- Jacob Shoots Sr., White Hawk, Ellen Chasing Hawk, Louise Fear Bear, Sam Lone Warrior, unidentified, Philip Left Hand Thunder, Big Joe, Ella Russell, Sissy Simons, Lulu Left Hand Thunder, Julia Lone Warrior. Taken about 1940. Man on far left is Flying Shield. Man singing is Otto Browning. William White Eagle, son of Jerome White Eagle, about 1910. Bill Youngman Sr. other unidentified. Mercy MacDonald and Fannie Kao, taken about 1944. 7an on ria.ht with warbonnet is Jack Fighter. • • • ,