Photograph by D.F. Barry, albumen cabinet card, c. 1880s, depicting Chief Goose, a Teton Sioux, he wears a loop necklace, fur-wrapped braids, and holds a pipe tamper, Barry's studio imprint and period ink inscription on the reverse.
Note: Chief Goose was chief scout during Custer's expedition into the Black Hills in 1874, during which gold was discovered.
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