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Boggy Creek in Enid, Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of Boggy Creek channel in Enid, Oklahoma filled in and slopes rip-rapped. In the background, laborers remove east railing of the old bridge. Billboards advertising Chrysler, M.J.B. Coffee, and Coca-Cola line the road, and houses and cars are in the background.
Date: 1933~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Caddo tribal dance group.

Description: Caddo tribal dance group. Identification follows the handwritten numbers on the photograph. 1. JACK TAYLOR, 2. FRANK SARGENT, 3. TAY-WIN-NIN, 4. LOUIS BEDOKA, 5. THOMAS WISTLER, 6. ISAAC SHE-MA-MY, 7. JAMES INKANISH, 8. SAM PARTON, 9. CHOCTAW, 10. CADDO GEORGE, 11. LITTLE DUTCHMAN, 12. PONJO GUY, 13. DAHTON, 14. KICKAPOO, 15. THOMAS REYNOLDS, 16. DIAMOND WILLIAMS, 17. JOHN INKANISH, 18. LAWRIE DUNLAP, 19. WILD HORSE, 20. KICKAPOO. 21. CHEPONY, 22. WHITE EYES, 23. ALICE INKANISH COUSINS, 24. MARY INKANISH, 25. MILLIE EDGE, 26. WHITEBREAD'S DAUGHTER, 27. SALLIE STURM.
Date: 1892
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cherokee Strip Land Run, September 16, 1893

Description: Photograph of the Land Run of the Cherokee Strip that opened settlement to the Cherokee Outlet on September 16, 1893. This photograph is titled "The Race," and was taken from atop scaffolding by an associate of photographer William S. Prettyman who was based in Arkansas City, Kansas.
Date: September 16, 1893
Creator: Prettyman, William S.
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Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasha, Indian Territory

Description: Photograph of street scene in Chickasha, Indian Territory. Handwriting on the photograph says, "South side of Chicksha Avenue Looking east from 3rd Street." Second floor offices in the bank include D.F. Warren, Dentist and Surgeon; and M.J Brownson, druggist. Horse-drawn vehicles and groups of men are on the dirt street in front of the brick buildings.
Date: 1907
Creator: Norvelle, George W.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chitto Harjo

Description: Chitto Harjo. Also known as Crazy Snake. He was a leader and orator among the traditionalists in the Muscogee Creek Nation in Indian Territory.Born 1846, died 1911.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society