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Alice Ahtape

Description: Photograph of Kiowa Alice Ahtape, on the left, and a little girl.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

I-See-O

Description: Photograph of I-See-O, a Kiowa scout for the US Army. His name means plenty fires and he died March 11, 1937 at Fort Sill, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chief Lone Wolf

Description: Photograph of Kiowa Chief Lone Wolf, "Original no. 1 Chief Lone Wolf of Montana." Photo printed by George W. Long, Lone Wolf, OK.
Date: unknown
Creator: Long, George W.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Henry Bruce

Description: Photograph of Henry Bruce, the last known gold mining prospector in the Wichitas. Photo taken in the Wichita National Wildlife Preserve, c. 1920.
Date: 1920~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Henry Tsoodle

Description: Photograph of Henry Tsoodle, a Kiowa. Photo by Long Studio, Lone Wolf, OK.
Date: unknown
Creator: Long Studio
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sa-Tan-Ta

Description: Photograph of Sa-Tan-Ta, a Kiowa Warchief, c. 1872-1873.
Date: 1872~/1873~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sat-An-Ka

Description: Photograph of Sat-An-Ka, a Kiowa Warchief who died in 1873.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Paul Ahtape

Description: Photograph of Kiowa Paul Ahtape. Photo by George W. Long, Lone Wolf, OK.
Date: unknown
Creator: Long, George W.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Quanah Parker

Description: Photograph of Quanah Parker and one of his wives, c. 1890-1891.
Date: 1890~/1891~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Millie Durgan

Description: Photograph of Millie Durgan, a white captive captured and raised as a Kiowa.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society