A collection of distinguished men
Above is a studio portrait of the Pembina Chippewa delegation of 1874. Seated, left to right: unidentified (possibly Louis Lenoir); unidentified; Little Shell (Es-En-Ce); Something Blown Up By The Wind (Ka-Ees-Pa). Back row, left to right: unidentified; The Man Who Knows How To Hunt (Ke-Woe-Sais-We-Ro); Little Bull (Mis-To-Ya-Be). The men wear a combination of European-style and traditional dress. Little Shell wears a peace medal around his neck.
A description of each identified man, as described by the Bureau of American Ethnology, is provided below:
Little Shell, Es-En-Ce
Little Bull, Mis-to-ya-be
Ka-ees-Pa, Something Blown up by the wind (Joseph Gourneau)
Ke-woe-sais-we-ro, The Man Who Knows How to Hunt
From A Descriptive Catalog of North American Indians by W.H. Jackson. US General Printing Office, 1877