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Kiowa Satanta

Description: Studio photograph of Kiowa war chief Satanta taken in 1872 by William Stinson Soule at Fort Sill in Indian Territory.
Date: 1872~
Creator: Soule, William Stinson
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tapedayah

Description: Photograph of Tapedayah (Tapedo), a Kiowa, brother of Young Poor Bear. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Toshawa

Description: Photograph of Toshawa, a Penateka Comanche Chief. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Lone Wolf

Description: Photograph of Lone Wolf, a Kiowa. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1870-1875.
Date: 1870~/1875~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Arapaho Camp

Description: Photograph of an Arapaho Camp, near Fort Sill, Indian Territory. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1870.
Date: 1870~/1875~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Gui-Kate

Description: Photograph of Gui-Kate (Wolf Lying Down), a Kiowa. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Buffalo Goad

Description: Photograph of Buffalo Goad, a Waco-Wichita Chief. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Camp Supply

Description: Photograph of Comanche Indians during the first Issue at Camp Supply. Photo by W.P. Bliss, Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bliss, W. P.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tah-Lo-Da

Description: Photograph of Tah-Lo-Da (Lone Bear), a Kiowa, wearing Osage hairstyle and dress. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society