INDIANS AT THE OMAHA EXPOSITION

An Interesting Feature.

One of the most interesting features of the Trans-Mississippi Exposition is said to be the encampments of the Indians. The Indians are there in their native costumes with all their native surroundings. It is said that the visitor sees them, to all intents and purposes, as if he visited their lodges or reservations.

A writer in the Nebraska City Conservative, whose article is republished in the Review of Reviews for October, thus speaks of some of the Indian chiefs:

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