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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

Wagons

Description: Photograph of Coupled Wagons Drawn By 5 Mules Between The Kansas Border And Darlington, I.T. "This Is Eddie On His Mule. Team And Trail Wagon Loaded With 110.00 (Lbs.?)", 1875
Date: 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

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

Sac and Fox Agency

Description: Photograph of Sac and Fox agent Pickering's home. The picture is the left half of a stereo view by Jack Hillers. In the photograph are L to R: 1. Frank Olsmith, gunsmith; 2. Clarson Pickett, clerk; 3. Eliza Perkins; 4. Anna Pickett; 5. Naomi Gibbs, in window; 6. Eva Gibbs; and 7. Mary Pickering.
Date: June 1875
Creator: Hillers, Jack
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sac and Fox Agency

Description: Photograph of the "Store" or Whistler's Trading Post. It was "one of the first buildings erected." The men within the photograph are all UNIDENTIFIED.
Date: June 1875
Creator: Hillers, Jack
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter to Mr. Covington from R.H. Pratt regarding prisoners at Fort Marion

Description: Letter regarding the prisoners at Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida. Letter requests a gratuity of sinew for bead work for the prisoners. Letter also mentions the prisoners making pocket money by constructing bows and arrows as well as doing bead work.
Date: August 15, 1875
Creator: Pratt, R.H.
Partner: United States National Archives and Records Administration
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