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Pawnee Scouts
In 1911, this photo was taken of some of the still-living Pawnee Scouts of the time. Although Co-rux-te-chod-ish (Mad Bear) would still have been living at the time, he is not one of those pictured. No known photos exist of Co-rux-te-chod-ish. Back row, left to right: Ree-tit-ka-wi (Feather in Scalp Lock), aka John Buffalo; Kee-wah-koo-pa-hat (Red Fox) or John Box; High Eagle; Seeing Eagle. Front row, left to right: Koot-tah-wi-koots-tah-kah (White Hawk) or Captain Jim; James R. Murie, interpreter and son of Captain Murie who served with Major North and the Pawnee Scouts; Billy Osborn. (Photo courtesy ofHistory Nebraska)

Photo by: History Nebraska |  VIRIN: 120224-Z-A3598-1001.JPG