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Chickasaw Nation's Bloomfield Academy

Description: Photograph of Bloomfield Academy school for girls near Achille in Bryan County. Chickasaw Governor Douglas Henry Johnston was a student of the academy, and served as the school superintendent from 1884 to 1897. According to information related to the photograph, "Professor Henshaw taught there 18 years," and the school burned in January 1914. Photo may have been taken by George W. Moore, Denison, Texas. If Moore is the photographer, the photo was taken before March 2, 1911. Moore died on this date. The photo could have been taken before 1904 as several of Moore's Bloomfield Academy photographs were exhibited at the 1904 St. Louis, MO World's Fair.
Date: unknown
Creator: George W. Moore?
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Boarding School

Description: Photograph of the Chickasaw Girls Boarding School, Sulphur, OK. It was one time kept by former Governor William Guy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Orphans Home and School

Description: Photograph of the Chickasaw Orphans Home and School, which was the old Burney Institute, Lebanon, Indian Territory, c. 1895-1896.
Date: 1895~/1896~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bloomfield Academy

Description: Photograph of Old Bloomfield Academy, located 12 miles southeast of Colbert, which was burned. Governor D. H. Johnston had charge for a number of years. Professor Henshaw taught there 18 years. Burned January 1914. Photo by Moore, Dennison, TX, January 1914.
Date: 1914-01-uu
Creator: Moore
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Orphans Home and School

Description: Photograph of the Chickasaw Orphans Home and School when was used as a Girls school, Lebanon, Indian Territory, c. 1895-1896.
Date: 1895~/1896~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Joe Colbert

Description: Photograph of the home Joe Colbert was born, first built in Tishomingo, OK of logs then weather boarded.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Indians

Description: Photograph of Chickasaw Indians L to R: Front: 1. Ben Collins, 2. Dan Collins, Sr., 3. Corn W. Colbert, Back: 1. 2. Dan Collins, Jr., 3. Joe Myers.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Final Chickasaw Legislature

Description: Photograph of the Final Chickasaw Legislature, 1905-1906. L To R: Front Row: Albert McDonald, Int. M. C. Murry, C.W. Colbert, Dixie Colbert, C.H. Brown, D. H. Collins, G. A. Melton. Back Row: G. W. Young, Lewis Sealey, Guy Keel, Harve McDuffy, Frank O. Smith, Joe Guess, Joe Brown Sargent, W. T. Ward, Clerk, Joe Burris. In Door Way: Senators McCurtins And Grinslade, Wood Smith, Citizens, 1905-6.
Date: 1905~/1906~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Indians

Description: Photograph of Chickasaw Indians L to R: 1. Tandy Walker, 2. James Cheadle, 3. Ben McClish, Standing: 1. Tom Moncrief, 2. Tom Cheadle, 3. Frank Johnston, 4. Douglas Johnston, 5. Rector Cheadle, 6. N. B. Johnston, 7. UNIDENTIFIED. Photo by Snell, Paris, TX.
Date: unknown
Creator: Snell
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Final Chickasaw Legislature

Description: Photograph of Senate and Officers of the Last Chickasaw Legislature, Tishomingo, Indian Territory, 1905-1906. L To R: 1. G.W. Young, 2. James McCurtain, 3. M.V. Cheadle, 4. Dan Collins, 5. O. D. White, 6. Martin Newberry, 7. Henry Grinslade, 8. Dave Seely. Back: 1. George Colbert, 2. Newton Johnston, 3. W., 4. Blias Filmore, 5. J. F. Myers. Photo by R.R. Ansley, Tishomingo, Indian Territory, 1905-1906.
Date: 1905~/1906~
Creator: Ansley, R. R.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Betsy Colbert

Description: Photograph of Betsy Colbert, wife of Joe Colbert. Photo by SA Kem, Purcell, Indian Territory, c. 1893.
Date: 1893~
Creator: Kem, S. A.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society