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Artist Gilbert White

Description: Photograph of artist Gilbert White riding a camel in front of a stone barn. White painted murals in the Oklahoma Capitol building.
Date: [1920..1930]
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

Bird Wilson Home

Description: Photograph of the Bird Wilson residence in the Kansas, Oklahoma area near Tahlequah. The home was built before the Civil War.
Date: 1929~
Creator: C. C. Conlan
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.
Location Info:
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Dan Collins and Family

Description: A family portrait of Chickasaw Dan Collins, Sr. and his family. In the back row from left to right are Dan H. Collins, Jr; Mattie C. Kiersey; Louise C. Murray; and Ben C. Collins. In the front row from left to right are Mande Collins; Dan Collins; Charley Collins; Sallie Potts Collins; and Georgia C. Beeler. The photograph was taken in Colbert, Oklahoma.
Date: [1896..1897]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Execution of Silan Lewis

Description: Photograph of the execution of Choctaw Silan Lewis in Wilburton, which was at the time in Gaines County in the Choctaw Nation (now Latimer County). The execution took place on November 5, 1894.
Date: November 5, 1894
Location Info:
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Solomon Hotema

Description: Photograph of Solomon Hotema, an educated Choctaw preacher who killed seven people he claimed were witches. He was also responsible for the death of his children. Three men were also implicated in the murders.
Date: 1899~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Susan Folsom Byrd

Description: Portrait photograph of Choctaw Susan Folsom Byrd, wife of William Byrd, who was the Governor of the Chickasaw Nation.
Date: [1880..1882]
Creator: Adams, R. G.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Creek Jackson Barnett

Description: Studio photograph of Muscogee (Creek) Jackson Barnett at age 63.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Fort Sill Apache Geonimo

Description: Photograph of Fort Sill Apache Chief Geronimo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Group of Pawnee Men

Description: Photograph of
Date: [1919..1920]
Creator: Merryman, A. E.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Henryetta, Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of Henryetta, Oklahoma in Okmulgee County.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Home of Chief John Jumper

Description: Photograph of the home of Seminole Chief John Jumper in Sasawka, Oklahoma.
Date: October 5, 1928
Creator: Conlan, Czarina
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Home of John Jumper, Chief of the Seminoles

Description: Photograph of the home of the Chief of the Seminoles John Jumper. A woman is standing on the back porch of the residence, which is in Sasawka, Oklahoma.
Date: October 5, 1928
Creator: Conlan, Czarina
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Home of Seminole Chief John Jumper

Description: Photograph of home of Seminole Chief John Jumper in Sasawka, Oklahoma.
Date: October 5, 1928
Creator: Conlan, Czarina
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Indian Council in Pawnee, Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of the Indian Council in Pawnee that includes the tribes Pawnee, Ponca, Otoe and Nez Perce. The council is gathered around an American flag.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Jane Ruth Colbert

Description: Portrait photograph of Chickasaw Jane Ruth Colbert. She was the daughter of Henry Colbert, and granddaughter of George W. Colbert from Antlers, Oklahoma.
Date: 1937
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

John Golombie, Czarina Colbert Conlan, and Joseph Oklahombi

Description: Photograph of John Golombie, Chickasaw Czarina Colbert Conlan, and Choctaw Joseph Oklahombi at Oklahombi's home near Wright City, Oklahoma. The photograph was taken by Hopkins of Idabel, Oklahoma on May 12, 1921.
Date: May 12, 1921
Creator: Hopkins
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Milk House at the Murrell Home in Park Hill, Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of the milk house at the Murrell home in Park Hill, Oklahoma. Photograph taken by Czarina C. Conlan on October 30, 1928.
Date: October 30, 1928
Creator: Conlan, Czarina C.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Milk House Building at the Murrell Home

Description: Photograph of the milk house at the George Murrell home in Park Hill, Oklahoma. Photograph taken by Czarina Conlan on October 30, 1928.
Date: October 30, 1928
Creator: Conlan, Czarina C.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Murrell Smoke House at Park Hill

Description: Photograph taken by Czarina Conlan of a stone smokehouse at the Murrell home in Park Hill, Oklahoma.
Date: November 1, 1928
Creator: Conlan, Czarina C.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Northeastern State College in Talequah

Description: Photograph of Northeastern State College in Talequah, Oklahoma, a three-story stone building with turrets.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society