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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

Home of William H. Ropp in Cimarron City

Description: Photograph of a log cabin with a team of bulls and people standing outside. The photograph is captioned "Home of William H. Ropp. 1889. Cimarron City, Payne County." Three people in the photograph are identified as "a neighbor's girl," Julia, and Lue Parks.
Date: 1889
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

First house in Edmond

Description: Photo of unknown men, women and child in front of a house. Hand written inscription reads, "First house built in Edmond." Also, "Compliments of E.B. Townsend, Dec 22nd 1890." E.B. Townsend was one of the first settlers of Edmond. He arrived in the spring of 1889.
Date: 1890
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Nuyaka Mission Boarding School

Description: Boys, girls and teachers at the Nuyaka Mission Boarding School for Creek Indian boys and girls. Photo is dated Oct, 1891. The mission was located in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, approximately 15 miles west of the town of Okmulgee. The mission was established by Alice Mary Robertson at the request of the Creek Indian Council, and initially operated by the Presbyterian Church.
Date: 1891
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Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Nuyaka Mission Buildings

Description: Nuyaka Mission school buildings. The mission was a boarding school for Creek Indian boys and girls. The mission was established by Alice Mary Robertson at the request of the Creek Indian Council, and initially operated by the Presbyterian Church. The mission was located in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. Photo is dated Oct, 1891.
Date: 1891
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Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Caddo tribal dance group.

Description: Caddo tribal dance group. Identification follows the handwritten numbers on the photograph. 1. JACK TAYLOR, 2. FRANK SARGENT, 3. TAY-WIN-NIN, 4. LOUIS BEDOKA, 5. THOMAS WISTLER, 6. ISAAC SHE-MA-MY, 7. JAMES INKANISH, 8. SAM PARTON, 9. CHOCTAW, 10. CADDO GEORGE, 11. LITTLE DUTCHMAN, 12. PONJO GUY, 13. DAHTON, 14. KICKAPOO, 15. THOMAS REYNOLDS, 16. DIAMOND WILLIAMS, 17. JOHN INKANISH, 18. LAWRIE DUNLAP, 19. WILD HORSE, 20. KICKAPOO. 21. CHEPONY, 22. WHITE EYES, 23. ALICE INKANISH COUSINS, 24. MARY INKANISH, 25. MILLIE EDGE, 26. WHITEBREAD'S DAUGHTER, 27. SALLIE STURM.
Date: 1892
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Krebs, 1892

Description: Insurance map sheet showing an area of Krebs in Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, including geographic features, buildings, and details related to risk assessment for fire insurance.
Date: November 1892
Creator: Clarkson's Fire Map
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society