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“Rain-in-the-Face was unjustly imprisoned by Capt. Thomas Custer, (General Custer's brother), 1874. He escaped and went on to fight at Little Big Horn, where, according to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "he cut the heart out of Thomas Custer."”
More than a century ago, Frank Bennett Fiske had a photography studio at Fort Yates, a US Army post in the middle of a North Dakota Indian reservation. His rarely seen photos of Native Americans offer a fascinating glimpse of a bygone era.