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Captured Cheyenne

Description: Photograph of part Of Chief 'Dull Knife's' Band Of Captured Northern Cheyenne, at Dodge City, Kansas, 1879. L to R: Back: Frizzly Head, Left Hand; Middle: Wild Hog, George Reynolds (interpreter), Crow, Porcupine; Bottom: Old Man, Blacksmith, c.1879.
Date: 1879~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tougne Hunter's Camp

Description: Photograph of Tougne Hunter's Camp near Buffalo Gap in the Texas Panhandle, about 120 miles west of Ft. Griffin, c. 1879. Copy print by George Robertson, Austin, TX.
Date: 1879~
Creator: Robertson, George
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Cabinet

Description: Photograph of Issac L. Garvin's (Chief of the Choctaws) Cabinet, 1878-1879. L to R: Top: Thompson McKinney, Secretary; Middle: Coleman E. Nelson, Treasurer; Isaac L. Garvin, Chief; Brasil L. Leflore, Auditor; Bottom: Alexander R Durant, Attorney General. Print by Harry Watton Studio, Oklahoma City, OK.
Date: 1878~/1879~
Creator: Harry Watton
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Creek Chief Isparhecher

Description: Portrait photograph of Creek Indian Chief Isparhecher taken by C.M. Bell of Washington D.C.. Isparhecher, also known as Is-pa-he-che and Spa-he-cha, was born in 1862 and died in 1936.
Date: 1878~
Creator: Bell, C. M.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Vinnie Ream

Description: Portrait photograph of Vinnie Ream taken shortly before her marriage to Richard Hoxie. The photo is "considered one of her best."
Date: 1878~
Creator: Saroney, Napolean
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Government

Description: Photograph of prominent Choctaws, Top, Thompson McKinney, Middle, L to R: Colman F Nelson, Isaac L Garvin, Basil Leflore, Bottom, Alexander R Durant, c. 1877-1881.
Date: 1877~/1881~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

F.B. Severs Cash Store, Okmulgee, Indian Territory

Description: Photograph of the F.B. Severs Cash Store, Okmulgee, I.T. Photo was taken by John K. Hillers on May 9, 1875. Frederick Ballard Severs was a prominent rancher and entrepreneur in Indian Territory. He was the first postmasters in Okmulgee. He helped develop Okmulgee and Muskogee by constructing many of the business buildings, and he built and assisted in organizing the First National Bank of Muskogee.
Date: May 9, 1875
Creator: John K. Hillers
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

General Council

Description: Photograph of the General Council, delegates from 84 tribes, representing 10,000 Indians at Creek Council House Grounds, Okmulgee, Indian Territory. Print of photo by Jack Hillers, May 1875.
Date: May 1875
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cherokee Orphan's Asylum

Description: Photograph of the Cherokee Orphans Asylum Faculty, L to R: front: UNIDENTIFIED; Mrs. Cynthia Davis; Mrs. A. Mayes; W. A. Duncan, superintendent; Jane Ross Nave, daughter of Chief John Ross; UNIDENTIFIED; back: UNIDENTIFIED; Andy Norwood, c. late spring 1875. Copy print of original by Jack Hiller on June 20, 1930.
Date: 1875~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society