Present at the scene were two itinerant photographers, George Trager and Clarence Grant Morelodge, whose work has never before been published.
Accompanying commentaries focus on both the Indian and the military sides of the story. Jensen analyzes the political and economic quagmire in which the Sioux found themselves after John E. Carter discusses the photographers and also the reporters and relic hunters who were looking to profit from the misfortune of others.
For this Bison Books edition each image has been digitally enhanced and restored, making the photographs as compelling as the event itself. Heather Cox Richardson tells the story behind the endeavor to present a meaningful account of this significant historical event.
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