Oklahoma Historical Society Photograph Collection - 38 Matching Results

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Copple Mound at Spiro Mounds

Description: Photograph of Copple Mound at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies." The photograph was taken by Joseph B. Thoburn in December 1913.
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Copple Mounds at Spiro Mounds

Description: Photograph of Copple Mounds at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies." The photograph was taken by Joseph B. Thoburn in December 1913.
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cynthia Ann Parker burial.

Description: Cynthia Ann Parker ,also known as Naduah (Comanche), is the mother of the Comanche Chief Quanah Parker. She died in 1870 or 1871 in Texas. Her remains were moved from Texas and buried at the Post Oak Mission near Cache, Oklahoma. This photograph was taken at the Post Oak burial. In 1957 her remains were moved again and buried at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Date: 1910
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society