August 27, 2014

August 27, 2014

Crow Fair, Montana

Photograph by Eric Kruszewski

Crow Indians dressed in traditional regalia dance during the evening powwow at the annual Crow Fair, an all-out celebration of Apsaalooke Nation culture and heritage held annually since 1918. Tribal members erect up to 1,500 white tepees by the Little Bighorn River for the four-day event on the Crow Reservation in southeastern Montana, creating what is considered the nation’s largest modern-day American Indian encampment.

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