This Edward Curtis print, taken in 1907, depicts a group of Native Americans from the Ogalala Sioux tribe on horseback. Dressed in magnificent traditional attire and adorned with majestic headdresses, they exude a sense of cultural pride and heritage. The composition captures the group on a hill, overlooking the picturesque valley of Wounded Knee Creek, located on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. One member of the group is seen pointing towards something beyond the hill, adding a sense of intrigue and anticipation to the scene. The photograph beautifully encapsulates the spirit, and unity of the Ogalala Sioux people, serving as a powerful representation of their rich history and connection to the land.