Group portrait of Native American (Modoc or Ottawa) young women and children with missionaries at the Quapaw Mission, Indian Territory (Oklahoma). In the top row stands four white women, and a white man, possibly A. C. Tuttle, who holds a small...
Indians of North America--Indian Territory--1880-1890.; Indian Territory--1880-1890.; Missionaries--Indian Territory--1880-1890.; School children--Indian Territory--1880-1890.; Tuttle, A. C.
Sitting portrait of an unidentified Native American (Ottawa) woman. She wears moccasins, a dark dress, a shawl, and a scarf around her head. She died at the age of one-hundred and nineteen years and ten months.
Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Ottawa Indians--1860-1880.; Aged persons--1860-1880.; Women--1860-1880.
Native American students and white teachers pose outside of the Ottawa Indian School in Kansas. It is a one room, board and batten structure with two double hung windows on the facing wall and a bell in front.
Indians of North America--Kansas--1870-1880.; Ottawa Indians--Kansas--1870-1880.; Kansas--1870-1880.; School children--Kansas--1870-1880.; Schools--Kansas--1870-1880.
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