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Otoe Woman

Description: Photograph of an Otoe Woman. Copyright by George B Cornish, Arkansas City, KS, c. 1907.
Date: 1907~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chief Two Strike, Chief Crow Dog, & Chief High Hawk

Description: Photograph of Chief Two Strike, Chief Crow Dog, & Chief High Hawk, the leaders of the hostile Indians at Pine Ridge Agcy, SD, during the late Sioux War. Photo by the Northwestern Photographic Co., Chadron, NE.
Date: unknown
Creator: Northwestern Photographic Co.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Andrew Watt

Description: Photograph of Andrew Watt, Corp. Band 39, US Vol. INF., Luzon, P.I. Photo by Peterson, Omaha, NE, c. 1899-1901.
Date: 1899~/1901~
Creator: Peterson
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Woods Co. Enterprise

Description: Photograph of the interior of the Woods Co. Enterprise, Waynoka, OK, May 1912.
Date: 1912-05-uu
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bertie Deroin and Sister

Description: Photograph of Otoe Indians Bertie Deroin and her two sisters, c. 1884.
Date: 1884~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Dewey, OK

Description: Photograph of the Baptist Church in Dewey, OK, in memory of Charles Journeycake, last chief of the Delaware Indians, c. 1910.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Kell, OK

Description: Photograph of nine African-American men and three White men adjacent to nine flatbed cars loaded with baled cotton in Kell, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Guy Livingston

Description: Photograph of Guy Livingston, killed at the Battle of Santa Mesa, P.I., during the Spanish-American War, February 5, 1899.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cheek's Store

Description: Photograph of Mrs. E Morris and Mr. C Check inside the Cheek's Store, Waynoka, OK. Photo by GF Green, Waynoka, Oklahoma Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: Green, G. F.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Waynoka, OK

Description: Photograph of Art Davidson's crew, including Gil Avery, Nub, Cecil(top left), Charles Beaman, and Art Davidson, during the Hay harvest in Waynoka, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society