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[Photograph: OHPG0468]

Description: Sinnett School, District 58., Pawnee County, I.T. The teacher picture far right was Mrs Van Pelt. Ida (Ackley) McCollum is located on the front row, 10th from left. The log cabin school was originally built in 1894. It was a suggestion from Ida McCollum that gave Indian Electric Cooperative its name
Date: 1899
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0331]

Description: Picture of Evans family outside their 6 room log house on land Leased from the Mann family. George Evans and sons Wilmer and Fred together with hired hands and neighbors built the cabin of hewed logs near what was to become the town site of Old Mannford
Date: 1895
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0253]

Description: Picture of Mannford Marshall Rider F Bruner with his daughter Katheryn. Mr Bruner was a full blood Creek Indian born in 1869 and was town marshall for 17 years until he moved to Oregon in 1923
Date: 1895~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

OSFA Conv. (1896) (167 MB)

Description: Photograph of twenty four people standing in front of a stable. The Norman FD team and wagon also appear. This is believed to be the oldest known OSFA Convention photo, taken in Norman, OK, in May, 1896.
Date: 1896
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

Map of the Creek Nation

Description: Map of the Creek nation showing the progress of allotment. Shaded portions represent selections filed on since opening of Land Office April 1st, 1899 to June 30, 1900.
Date: 1899/1900
Creator: Dana, C. H.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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