Gustavus Doane, 2nd Lieutenant in the Second Cavalry, fourth in from left (standing) at Fort Ellis outside Bozeman in 1870. Earlier that same year, in January, Doane was an officer who was instrumental in carrying out the Marias Massacre that killed more than 200 Piegan Blackfeet. Photo taken by William Henry Jackson, the photographer who accompanied painter Thomas Moran to Yellowstone and whose imagery, together, helped persuade Congress to create Yellowstone as the world's first national park
Gustavus Doane, 2nd Lieutenant in the Second Cavalry, fourth in from left (standing) at Fort Ellis outside Bozeman in 1870. Earlier that same year, in January, Doane was an officer who was instrumental in carrying out the Marias Massacre that killed more than 200 Piegan Blackfeet. Photo taken by William Henry Jackson, the photographer who accompanied painter Thomas Moran to Yellowstone and whose imagery, together, helped persuade Congress to create Yellowstone as the world's first national park