Maj. Gen. Nelson Miles, who conducted the U.S. Army's Sioux campaign 1890-91, and his staff in the officers' mess tent.
Soldiers and civilians before the Wounded Knee incident pose around a canon. (The photographer is on the ground just to the left of the canon's wheel, with his hand on the camera's remote shutter-release cable.)
The man standing in front of the horse and rider is a "relic hunter," who scavenged the site after the battle for moccasins, beads or other souvenirs of the massacre, which were "kept for personal gratification or sold for cash."
U.S. Army Lt. Sydney A. Clowan, First Infantry, who drew up the army's official map after the battle, surveys the carnage.
Sioux leader Crow Dog, right, poses with his family in Pine Ridge, S.D., several weeks after the massacre.
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