Native American Stereoview Card, Chief Bald Eagle

STEREOVIEW CARD OF NATIVE AMERICAN SIOUX KNOWN AS "CHIEF BALD EAGLE". This card shows Bald Eagle mounted on his horse in his feathered bonnet with a shield, lance and body paint. The horse is wearing a commercial bridle and has a collar of sleigh bells with an unidentified charm hanging from the middle. A little research revealed that Bald Eagle is indeed from a chief clan. His father was "White Bull" who was a brother to the famous "Sitting Bull". Bald Eagle actually joined the 4th calvary, and reportedly later the army. Sometimes the history time line does not connect due to other family members having the same name. The notation about him joining the army refers to a Chief "Dave" Bald Eagle, not recorded if "Dave" is what the army recorded as his name or if it is the next generation. Regardless, the family name continues today with an article on line from the Rapid City Journal, dated October 17, 2011, about a "Chief Beautiful Bald Eagle".

Condition of the card is worn around the edges and some of the image on each side is gone. I have reduced the price of the card according to the condition. I realize when something isn't almost perfect there is a big difference in value to a collector.

CARD MEASURES: 7" by 3 1/2"

Thanks for looking, as always, let us know if you have questions!

Item ID: NA Photo

Native American Stereoview Card, Chief Bald Eagle

Native American Stereoview Card, Chief Bald Eagle
Native American Stereoview Card, Chief Bald Eagle
Native American Stereoview Card, Chief Bald Eagle

STEREOVIEW CARD OF NATIVE AMERICAN SIOUX KNOWN AS "CHIEF BALD EAGLE". This card shows Bald Eagle mounted on his horse in his feathered bonnet with a shield, lance and body paint. The horse is wearing a commercial bridle and has a collar of sleigh bells with an unidentified charm hanging from the middle. A little research revealed that Bald Eagle is indeed from a chief clan. His father was "White Bull" who was a brother to the famous "Sitting Bull". Bald Eagle actually joined the 4th calvary, and reportedly later the army. Sometimes the history time line does not connect due to other family members having the same name. The notation about him joining the army refers to a Chief "Dave" Bald Eagle, not recorded if "Dave" is what the army recorded as his name or if it is the next generation. Regardless, the family name continues today with an article on line from the Rapid City Journal, dated October 17, 2011, about a "Chief Beautiful Bald Eagle".

Condition of the card is worn around the edges and some of the image on each side is gone. I have reduced the price of the card according to the condition. I realize when something isn't almost perfect there is a big difference in value to a collector.

CARD MEASURES: 7" by 3 1/2"

Thanks for looking, as always, let us know if you have questions!

Item ID: NA Photo

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