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Micco Hutka

Description: Photograph of Micco Hutka, second Creek Chief, c. 1872.
Date: 1872~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Mrs. Alice B. Davis

Description: Portrait photograph of Mrs. Alice B. Davis, Chief of the Seminoles.
Date: [1899..1928]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Emahaka Academy

Description: Photograph of the Emahaka Academy student body, c.1900-1907. The Academy was located near Seminole, Oklahoma.
Date: 1900~/1907~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Emahaka Academy

Description: Photograph of the front cover of the Annual Closing Exercises at the Emahaka Academy, May 11, 1905. The Academy was located near Seminole, Oklahoma.
Date: May 11, 1905
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sacred Heart Mission

Description: Photograph of the Sacred Heart Mission School Band. Jess Davis, front fifth from the left, c.1907.
Date: 1907~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Alice B. Davis and missionaries

Description: Photograph of Alice B. Davis with Seminole Indian Missionaries after their return from Florida to Wewoka, OK. L to R: George Scott, Lucy Scott, UNKNOWN, UNKNOWN, A. J. Brown, Mrs. A. J. Brown, Dan Long, UNKNOWN, Lucy Brown (Later Mrs. Barney Mckelley), UNKNOWN (Seated), Alice Brown Davis (Standing), Irene Davis (Later Mrs. W. S. Key), Lizzie Brunner, UNKNOWN, and UNKNOWN, c.1909.
Date: 1909~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Missionaries to the Florida Seminoles

Description: Photograph of missionaries to the Florida Seminoles, Front: Mrs. A.J. Brown, Mrs. Alice B. Davis, Lizzie Bruner, Irene Davis (Later Mrs. W.S. Key), Lucy Brown (Later Mrs. Barney Mckellot), Mrs. George Scott. Back: Dan Long, A.J. Brown, John Wesley, George Scott, and Sissy Long, c.1909.
Date: 1909~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

John Brown Funeral

Description: Photograph of the burial of John Brown, c.1919.
Date: 1919~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Alice Davis' Inauguration as Chief

Description: Photograph of front row: Alice Locke, Alice Davis, Joyette Jones. Back row: Joyce Davis Jones, Mrs. Ben Locke, Mrs. M.C. Jones, Mrs. H.W. Livinam, Mrs. Vernon Kiker, and Mrs. W.S. Key on the steps of the Federal Building, in Muskogee, OK, on the day Alice Davis was sworn in as Chief of the Seminoles, August 16, 1922.
Date: August 16, 1922
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Maude Jones

Description: Photograph of Maude Jones, who was the daughter of Alice Davis. March 1, 1925.
Date: March 1, 1925
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Andrew Jackson Davis

Description: Photograph of Andrew Jackson Davis, he enlisted June 29, 1918 as Band Sargent, 344th F.A and served overseas. He was the youngest son of Alice B. Davis.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Andrew Jackson Davis

Description: Photograph of Andrew Jackson Davis, Seminole Indian and youngest son of Alice B. Davis.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Brown's Store in Sasakwa, Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of Brown's Store, which was the first stone building in Sasakwa, Oklahoma. Men and boys stand in front of the building, as well as the Post Office next door.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Governor Brown's Store

Description: Photograph of Governor Brown's Store, the first stone building in Sasakwa, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A.J. Brown Funeral

Description: Photograph of A.J. Brown's funeral, Wewoka, OK. He was the brother of John Brown.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sacred Heart Mission

Description: Photograph of the Sacred Heart Mission School Baseball Team. Jess Davis, front left.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society