Gallery

Floyd "Greasy" Takes Gun near his home along Cut Bank Creek. Photo by David Grewe.

Floyd “Greasy” Takes Gun near his home along Cut Bank Creek. Photo by David Grewe.

Art DeRouche explains his attempt to rescue flood victims to Brooke Swaney and Lailani Upham. Photo by Torsten Kjellstrand.

Art DeRouche explains his attempt to rescue flood victims to Brooke Swaney and Lailani Upham. Photo by Torsten Kjellstrand.

Betty Cooper, near Birch Creek, Blackfeet Reservation. Photo by Lailani Upham.

Betty Cooper, near Birch Creek, Blackfeet Reservation. Photo by Lailani Upham.

Floyd Takes Gun on his ranch near the Cut Brank Creek. Photo by David Grewe.

Floyd Takes Gun on his ranch near the Cut Bank Creek. Photo by David Grewe.

Butch New Breast on his ranch just west of Browning, Montana, on the Blackfeet Reservation. New Breast still rides Birch Creek looking for the bodies of his mother and sister, swept away by the wall of water during the 1964 flood.

Butch New Breast on his ranch just west of Browning, Montana, on the Blackfeet Reservation. New Breast still rides Birch Creek looking for the bodies of his mother and sister, swept away by the wall of water during the 1964 flood.1t8_4949aKenny Olson at the site of his family homestead near the Two Medicine River, Montana.

OMI PROFILENaomi “Omi” Crawford in the round hall in Heart Butte, Montana.

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Sunset near Heart Butte, Montana.

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Butch New Breast calls for his horses on his ranch just west of Browning, Montana, on the Blackfeet Reservation. New Breast still rides Birch Creek looking for the bodies of his mother and sister, swept away by the wall of water during the 1964 flood.

Butch New Breast calls for his horses on his ranch just west of Browning, Montana, on the Blackfeet Reservation. New Breast still rides Birch Creek looking for the bodies of his mother and sister, swept away by the wall of water during the 1964 flood.

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Winslow Evans stands in front of his grandfather's cabin near the Two Medicine River. Photo by Torsten Kjellstrand.

Winslow Evans stands in front of his grandfather’s cabin near the Two Medicine River. Photo by Torsten Kjellstrand.

Torsten films Kenny and Winslow near the Two Medicine River. Photo by Benjamin Shors.

Torsten films Kenny and Winslow near the Two Medicine River. Photo by Benjamin Shors.


Historic Photos

Credit: Montana Historical Society Research Center Photograph Archives, Helena, MT

3 thoughts on “Gallery

  1. Rod Steckler says:

    Beautiful people in & from a beautiful place…what a terrifying, exciting, and tragic story…Lived in Gt. Falls, as a 13 yr. old kid, at the time

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was going to spend the summer with my Aunt Violet Cobell that summer,

    i would have been with my sweet cousin Galela Cobell who died with her nieces and nephews..

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