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Column Erected by Ribaut in 1562

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Colonne Erigee par Ribaut en 1562", or Column Erected by Ribaut in 1562, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Conference around the Council Fire

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Conference Autour du Feu du Conseil", or Conference around the Council Fire, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Declaration of War

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Declaration de Guerre", or Declaration of War, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Exercises for the Youth

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Exercices de la Teunesse", or Exercises for the Youth, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Incendiary Arrows

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Fleches Incendiaries", or Incendiary Arrows, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Indian Village

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Village Indien," constuction of fortified towns among the Floridians. Original drawing by LE Moyne in 1591, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Indian Warriors

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Guerriers Indiens", or Indian Warriors, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Preparing and Eating Food

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Repas et Preparation des Mets", or Preparing and Eating Food, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

War Trophies

Description: Photograph of a drawing of "Trophe's Apre's la Victoire", or War Trophies, c. 1837.
Date: 1837~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Dwight Mission

Description: Dwight Mission was a facility serving the Cherokee Nation. Dwight Mission was on the Sallisaw Creek, in Sequoyah County near Marble City, about twelve miles above the confluence of Sallisaw Creek and the Arkansas River and thirty miles east of Fort Gibson.
Date: April 1843
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Wapanucka Institute - Chickasaw Rock Academy

Description: Photograph of the Wapanucka Female Manual Labour School, which was later called the Wapanucka Institute. The building, built one level at a time in 1852, was also known as the Chickasaw Rock Academy, and was located south of Bromide, Oklahoma.
Date: 1852
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Colonel William Bent

Description: Portrait photograph of Colonel William Bent.
Date: 1858~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Abel Warren

Description: Photograph of trader Abel Warren.
Date: 1860~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Brothers Henry and Wyatt Love

Description: Photograph of Chickasaw brothers Henry and Wyatt Love. Henry later served as an ordnance sergeant with Cooper's Indian Division.
Date: 1860~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Treasury Warrant

Description: Photograph of the front of a Choctaw Treasury Warrant for $2.50 issued March 1, 1863.
Date: March 1, 1863
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Treasury Warrant

Description: Photograph of the back of a Choctaw Treasury Warrant for $2.50 issued March 1, 1863.
Date: March 1, 1863
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Treasury Warrant

Description: Photograph of a Choctaw Treasury Warrant for $2.50 issued March 1, 1863.
Date: March 1, 1863
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

John O. Casler

Description: Tintype photograph of John O. Casler at Winchester, Virginia. He was a lieutenant in Company A in the 33rd Virginia Infantry.
Date: September 1864
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Jesse Chisholm

Description: Photograph of Jesse Chisholm taken c. 1866.
Date: 1866~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Governor Winchester Colbert

Description: Studio photograph of Chickasaw Governor Winchester Colbert in a suit and top hat.
Date: June 1866
Creator: Bell Brothers
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Satank (Sitting Bear), a Kiowa Chief

Description: Portrait photograph of Satank (Sitting Bear), a Kiowa Chief and signer of the Medicine Lodge Treaty in 1867.
Date: 1867
Creator: Soule, William Stinson
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Battlefield of the Washita

Description: Photograph of an unfinished stone engraving that reads "7 Cav. Nov. 2-, 1868." Photograph reads "Battle of the Washita, General Custer and Chief Black Kettle Engagement."
Date: November 27, 1868
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society