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5057. Pawnee Woman Preparing a Skin at Camp

Description: Photograph of four Pawnee women and two children (infants) in front of teepee (tipi)and another shelter covered with hide (leather). One woman is preparing hide (animal skin) for tanning or drying. Dogs or puppies are standing on the hide.
Date: 1886
Creator: Prettyman, William S.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

5024. "Indians Mud Lodge"

Description: Photograph of "Leading Fox's Mudlodge". (Identification provided by Evan Tonsing per Mrs. J.H. Hale.) Man, two women, two children and three dogs posed in front of home made of earth and some wood. 5024. Thomas N. Athey Collection.
Date: 1886
Creator: Prettyman, William S.
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

Pawnee in a Tipi

Description: Photograph of Pawnee men, women and a child gathered in a tipi. Baptiste Bayhylle, fifth from left, was a Pawnee interpreter and scout. Photograph taken by William S. Prettyman and Cornish in 1889.
Date: 1889
Creator: Prettyman and Cornish
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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