50 Matching Results

Search Results

Tes-Se-O-Quoit

Description: Photograph of Tes-Se-O-Quoit (Horseback), a Noconee Band Comanche Chief. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c. 1874.
Date: 1874~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Captive Mexican Boy

Description: Photograph of "Temple Friend, a captive Mexican boy, 24 hours after his rescue from the Comanche Indians, who surrendered him to Gent Lawrie Tatum."
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Wichita Residence

Description: Photograph of a Wichita Indian residence. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Agent Lawrie Tatum

Description: Photograph of Agent Lawrie Tatum with five captive Mexican boys taken from the Comanche Indians, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Buffalo Goad

Description: Photograph of Buffalo Goad, a Waco-Wichita Chief. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Buffalo Head

Description: Photograph of the head of the last Buffalo killed on the site of Mabeetie, TX. Photo by E.B. Snell & Company, c.1884.
Date: 1884~
Creator: E. B. Snell & Company
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Captive Mexican Boy

Description: Photograph of a captive Mexican boy, rescued from the Comanche Indians, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Esa-Habby's Daughters

Description: Photograph of Esa-Habby's daughters, Comanche Indians. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Gui-Kate

Description: Photograph of Gui-Kate (Wolf Lying Down), a Kiowa. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Lone Wolf

Description: Photograph of Lone Wolf, a Kiowa. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1870-1875.
Date: 1870~/1875~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Little Heart

Description: Photograph of Little Heart, a Kiowa. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tah-Lo-Da

Description: Photograph of Tah-Lo-Da (Lone Bear), a Kiowa, wearing Osage hairstyle and dress. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Comanche-Kiowa Agency

Description: Photograph of school children at the first school at the Comanche-Kiowa Agency, taught by Josiah Butler, Fort Sill, Indian Territory. Photo by W.P. Bliss, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1872.
Date: 1872~
Creator: Bliss, W. P.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Comanche Chief and Colonel Lee

Description: Photograph of Comanche Chief and Colonel Lee. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Big Bow and Tokowoie

Description: Photograph of Big Bow, a Kiowa Chief, and Tokowoie, his wife. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Peso

Description: Photograph of Peso (Pacer), a Plains Apache Chief. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Towakaso

Description: Photograph of Towakaso, a Keechi Chief. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Buffalo Head

Description: Photograph of the head of the last Buffalo killed on the site of Mabeetie, TX. Photo by E.B. Snell & Company, c.1884.
Date: 1884~
Creator: E. B. Snell & Company
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A. B. Burnett

Description: Photograph of A. B. Burnett, a Pottawatomie Chief. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1871.
Date: 1871~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Captive Mexican Boy

Description: Photograph of "Temple Friend, a captive Mexican boy, 24 hours after his rescue from the Comanche Indians, who surrendered him to Gent Lawrie Tatum."
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Comanche-Kiowa Agency

Description: Photograph of school children at the first school at the Comanche-Kiowa Agency, taught by Josiah Butler, Fort Sill, Indian Territory. Photo by W.P. Bliss, Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bliss, W. P.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Satanta

Description: Photograph of Satanta, a Kiowa. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1872.
Date: 1872~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tapedayah

Description: Photograph of Tapedayah (Tapedo), a Kiowa, brother of Young Poor Bear. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Miss Chandler

Description: Photograph of Miss Chandler, daughter of Joseph Chandler, later Mrs. William Detrick, of Anadarko. Photo by William Stinson Soule, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, c.1872.
Date: 1872~
Creator: William Stinson Soule
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
Back to Top of Screen