National Geographic : 1927 Sep
THE FRIENDLY CROWS IN FESTIVE PANOPLY SiNautonal uieograpnlc oociely natural _oior rnotograpii uy r.uw111 L.. vvibsinu EACH OF THE GOLDEN-EAGLE PLUMES IN HIS HEADDRESS REPRESENTS A DEED OF VALOR The brave acts thus recorded in feathers may have been those of the Crow himself or of his tribe, which occupies a reservation in Montana. Ermine pendants hang from the brim at each side of the face. His ceremonial tomahawk, with perforated blade and handle wrapped in otter skin, is of a type introduced into the Plains by the French. His little daughter prizes her costly dress adorned with milk teeth of the elk.