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    • Oklahoma Ry. El Reno- Okla. City car 229 in street.

    • View of Oklahoma Railway Company interurban streetcar 229 on a commercial street in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma County), Oklahoma. Sedan automobiles and businesses line the street. Signs reads "Coca Cola," and "Roush Plumbing Shop."
    • Richardson, Robert W.
    • 1946 September 22
    • Okla. Ry. 111 city car in station

    • Oklahoma Railway Company interurban streetcar 111 waits by buildings with fire escapes in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma County), Oklahoma. Signs on the streetcar read: "111," and "Buy an Extra Victory Bond Today."
    • Richardson, Robert W.
    • 1946 January 13
    • Okla. Ry. El Reno - Oklahoma City car 229, Bethany Station, Okla.

    • People board Oklahoma Railway Company interurban streetcar 229 at the station in Bethany (Oklahoma County), Oklahoma. Sedan automobiles are parked by the station. A sign on the stations reads: "Bethany." The destination sign on the trolley reads:...
    • Richardson, Robert W.
    • 1946 September 22
    • Gourd Clan dance area

    • View of the Gourd Clan's (some of whom are descendants of the Native American Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear) dance area in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Four staffs decorated with feathers, fur pelts, a banner, and a feather headdress stand upright near...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Comanche Scalp Dancers, Okla

    • Four Native American Comanche woman wearing buckskin dresses with fringe and beadwork, feathers in their hair, necklaces and earrings, dance with prop spears and a sword in Oklahoma.
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    • [between 1945 and 1955?]
    • Indian girls at Parker monument

    • Eva Wymnerchy, a Native American Comanche young woman, signs "Nearer My God to Thee" dressed in a fringed dress with leggings, moccasins and a beaded headband, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. A group of girls and young women...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Indian Dance, Fort Sill

    • Native American Comanche men and women stand in a line wearing dance costumes; headdresses, animal fur caps, women in buckskin dresses, men in leggings, shirts, blankets, and some with hair pipe necklaces. They hold feather fans and display a drum...
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    • [between 1911 and 1926?]
    • Geronimo of yesterday

    • Geronimo, a Native American (Chiricahua Apache) man, poses near a haystack at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He holds a pistol and wears a fringed shirt, ammunition belt, and beaded antelope horn headdress.
    • Addison, George A.
    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • At grave of Quanah

    • Native American Comanche pose at Quanah Parker's memorial inside a fence decorated with a wreath, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. They include: "from left to right: Tuas-ye-ah, Quannah [sic] Parker's grand daughter, Alberta Clark,...
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    • [1926?]
    • Gourd Clan dance area

    • View of the Gourd Clan's (some of whom are descendants of the Native American Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear) dance area in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Four staffs decorated with feathers, fur pelts, a banner, and a feather headdress stand upright near...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Quassiah at Parker Monument

    • Quas-sah-yah, (Quassiah) a Native American Comanche man and close friend of Quanah Parker speaks at a podium with an interpreter at his side, during the unveiling of the Parker Monument, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma.
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • The Parker family at the Parker Monument unveiling

    • View of the crowd gathered for the unveiling of the Parker Monument, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma, includes Native American Comanches, some of the wives and other family members of Quanah Parker, and white people. The man on the...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • P. and C. M. J. Blackledge, Maine State Mission, Okla. Ter.

    • Studio portrait of a white man and woman, identified as P. and C. M. J. Blackledge. He is sitting in a rocking chair and wears a suit and tie. She stands behind him wearing a full length, dark colored dress. The two may have been missionaries to...
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    • 1899
    • Maine State Mission, Oklahoma

    • View of the west side of the Maine State Mission building in Oklahoma. It features cross gables, flush board siding, and a window covered with vines. The mission served Oklahoma Territory Native Americans.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • Maine State Mission, Oklahoma

    • View of the south side of the Maine State Mission building in Oklahoma. It features cross gables, flush board siding, and a window covered with vines. A picket gate is adjacent to the building. The mission served Oklahoma Territory Native Americans.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • Gourd Clan dancers

    • Native American (Kiowa) men, women, children (some of whom are descendants of the Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear), and white men participate in a Gourd Clan dance at Carnegie, Oklahoma. A girl holds a fringed blanket above her head. The dance...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Gourd Clan dancers

    • Native American (Kiowa) women, Gourd Clan members (some of whom are descendants of the Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear) participate in a dance at Carnegie, Oklahoma. One woman wears moccasins, leggings, a beaded dress and belt, pendants that hang...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Indian Dance, Fort Sill, Okla.

    • Native American Comanche men and women stand in a line wearing dance costumes; headdresses, animal fur caps, women in buckskin dresses, men in leggings, shirts, blankets and some with hair pipe necklaces, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. They hold feather fans.
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    • [between 1911 and 1926?]
    • Post Trader Store

    • View of a business in (probably) Fort Cantonment (Cantonment on the North Fork of the Canadian River), Indian Territory (Oklahoma); men pose with horses and buggies by frame buildings with a sign: "Post Trader Store."
    • Cosand, R. C.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Arapahoe lodge and squaws

    • Four Native American (Arapahoe) women sit by a large tepee in Fort Sill, Indian Territory (Oklahoma). They wear dresses with blankets over their shoulders and branches are scattered around their feet. A child stands at the tepee entrance next to a...
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Indians, Fort Sill

    • Native American Comanche men, women, and children form a line in a grassy area, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. They hold feather fans and staffs; some of the men wear long headdresses, shirts, and long breechcloths; the women have on buckskin dresses with...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Cheyenne scouts patrolling the big timber of the north Canadian, Oklahoma

    • Two Native American (Cheyenne) military scouts ride horseback in a wooded area in Oklahoma. The men wear military coats, hats, earrings, feathers in their hair, and carry rifles and bed rolls. One man wears gauntlets and a 5th Cavalry hat pin.
    • Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909.
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    • Home of Quanah Parker

    • View of Quanah Parker's two-story frame house (Star House) with three of his seven wives, a Black man, Quanah, and two friends posing on balcony near Cache, Oklahoma. The Native American Comanche chief led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come...
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    • [between 1895 and 1900?]
    • Gourd Clan dance area

    • View of the dance area used by members of the Native American (Kiowa) Gourd Clan (some of whom are descendants of the Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear Person) in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Four staffs decorated with a feather headdress, feathers, and a...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Gourd Clan dance banner

    • Close-up view of fabric or a blanket on the Native American (Kiowa) Gourd Clan's (some of whom are descendants of the Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear Person), dance grounds in Carnegie, Oklahoma. The fabric is decorated with beaded buttons, pins,...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Gourd Clan members

    • Native American (Kiowa) women and man, Gourd Clan members (some of whom are descendants of the Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear Person), sit outdoors in Carnegie, Oklahoma as part of their reunion. One woman holds a cane. The man wears a cowboy...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Harold Griffith Cushing, Okla.

    • Harold Griffith poses in a racecar at a racetrack in Cushing, Oklahoma. Lettering on the hood of the automobile reads: "Gates Super Tread Tires."
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    • 1925
    • Geronimo, Apache War Chief Lawton, Okla.

    • Geronimo, a Native American (Chiricahua Apache) man poses outdoors in Lawton, Oklahoma. He wears boot moccasins, a breechcloth, and a feather head piece.
    • Bates.
    • [between 1907 and 1909]
    • Geronimo carving buffalo meat for his Indians

    • Geronimo, a Native American (Chiricahua Apache) man, stands near a slain buffalo in Oklahoma. Other men and boys, some of whom wear feather headdresses, stand nearby. One man holds a staff decorated with feathers.
    • Martin Post Card Co.
    • 1909
    • Native American man and woman

    • A Native American (Seminole) man and woman pose near a brush shelter, probably in Oklahoma. The woman is on horseback and the man holds her horse. She wears a blanket around her waist, a military uniform jacket with fringed epaulets, and a medal....
    • Parsons, George W.
    • [between 1907 and 1915?]
    • Indian transport, Craterville, Oklahoma near Lawton

    • View of three Native Americans (Plains) and a horse on a flat field lined by automobiles in Craterville, Oklahoma. A young man rides the horse which trails a travois, an elderly woman tends the horse's head, and an elderly man stands next to the...
    • Bates.
    • [between 1910 and 1920]
    • The Indian campaign, prisoners captured by General Custer

    • North American Indians (Cheyenne), probably the survivors of the Battle of the Washita, in animal skins and blankets over their shoulders, travel on foot or in a covered travois on a snowy hillside in Oklahoma. Uniformed soldiers with drawn swords,...
    • Davis, Theodore Russell, 1840-1894.
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    • Quir-par-ko or Lone Wolfs camp.

    • A Native American (Kiowa) woman walks through Lone Wolf's camp in Fort Sill, Indian Territory, (Oklahoma); she is wrapped in a blanket. In the camp are several tepees, wood piles, and platforms made of branches; the trees are without foliage.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Indians, Fort Sill

    • Native American Comanche men and women pose in a line in front of a tent, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. They hold feather fans and staffs; some of the men wear long headdresses, shirts, long breechcloths; the women have on buckskin dresses and animal fur...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Topai, one of Quanah Parker's wives

    • Portrait of Topai, a Native American Comanche woman and wife of Quanah Parker, a Comanche Chief, who led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system. She wears a patterned dress, shawl and braids tied with ribbons;...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Osage education, Pawhuska, Oklahoma

    • Native American (Osage) students pose in front of the girls' dormitory building at the agency boarding school in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. The children wear uniforms and carry American Flags. Ironically, the Osage were among the most outspoken in their...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Two wives of Quanah Parker - Topay & Tonicy

    • Topay and Tonicy, two Native American Comanche women, wives of Quanah Parker, pose beside his memorial inside a fence decorated with a wreath, Post Oak Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. Inscription on granite headstone reads: "Resting Here Until Day...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Red Bird

    • Three-quarters standing outdoor portrait of Red Bird, a elderly Native American Comanche woman wearing a buckskin dress with fringe, a feather headdress with buffalo horns, and holding a staff, probably Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
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    • [between 1911 and 1926?]
    • Gourd Clan man and girl

    • A Native American (Kiowa) man and girl, members of the Gourd Clan (some of whom are descendants of the Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear) pose outdoors near a covered porch in Carnegie, Oklahoma. The man wears a cowboy hat. The girl wears scarves...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]

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