PURELY BY SERENDIPITY, I happened to pick up a National Geographic
in the doctor's office this morning and found this
. It is deeply surreal in its own right, but even more so for me because Brigadier General Edward S. Godfrey (a lieutenant in 1876) is notable as a reliable diarist/witness; he's someone I know well enough, historically speaking, to have an opinion about. (He falls into the category of men honorably trying to do their duty to the best of their abilities, and is also
notable as being an officer at/near/around the Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876, who actually kept his head.)
I wish they had identifications for any of the Native American men.