The hunt is on in this week’s #ThrowbackThursday!
This week, we have an 1890s image from the Rosebud Reservation. The Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation is located nine miles north of Valentine, Nebraska, in South Dakota. The men featured in this photograph are preparing to hunt cows that will be turned out of the corral one by one, in order to simulate a buffalo hunt.
This image was created by John Alvin Anderson. It is owned and published by History Nebraska.
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