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George E. Trager, Burial of the dead at the battle of Wounded Knee, S.D. [South Dakota]., 1890, 29 December (after), National Museum of Health and Medicine, LL/31924
 
North American Indian Wars (1860-1900)
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Introduction
235.01   North American Indian Wars: Introduction
235.02   North American Indian Wars: Portraits of Native American leaders
235.03   North American Indian Wars: The photography of aftermath
235.04   Native American: The search for the Vanishing Race and a vanishing world
235.05   Photographers of Native Americans
Modoc War (1872-1873)
235.06   Modoc War (1872-1873)
 
  
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