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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