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Daughter of the Dawn

Description: Photograph postcard showing a scene from the movie, "Daughter of the Dawn." Pictured on the postcard is a Native American encampment of tepees and fifteen unidentified Native Americans.
Date: 1919~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Four Native American Chiefs

Description: Photograph postcard showing four Native American Chiefs. The native, 2nd from right is Saupitty and the fourth is possibly Millett Hoy-Kay-Bitty. Both are Comanche. The other two are UNIDENTIFIED. The photograph was taken at Craterville Park, OK.
Date: 1926/1931~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Spiro Mounds and Copple Mound

Description: Photograph of Copple Mound at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies."
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Copple Mound at Spiro Mounds

Description: Photograph of Copple Mound at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies." The photograph was taken by Joseph B. Thoburn in December 1913.
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Copple Mounds at Spiro Mounds

Description: Photograph of Copple Mounds at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies." The photograph was taken by Joseph B. Thoburn in December 1913.
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Spiro Mounds

Description: Photograph of Spiro Mounds eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County in December 1913. Photograph reads "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies."
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Spiro Mounds, Home of Granny Brown

Description: Photograph of Choctaw Granny Brown's home at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies." The photograph was taken by Joseph B. Thoburn in December 1913.
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Creek Chief Isparhecher

Description: Portrait photograph of Creek Indian Chief Isparhecher taken by C.M. Bell of Washington D.C.. Isparhecher, also known as Is-pa-he-che and Spa-he-cha, was born in 1862 and died in 1936.
Date: 1878~
Creator: Bell, C. M.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Spiro Mounds

Description: Photograph of Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies." The photograph was taken by Joseph B. Thoburn in December 1913.
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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