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Mathias Belton

Description: Photograph of Mathias Belton. Photo by Harrison Shields, Kansas City, MO, c.1910.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Shields, Harrison
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tommie Walker

Description: Photograph of Tommie Walker, a Wyandotte. Photo by Parsons, St. Louis, MO, February 1886.
Date: February 1886
Creator: Parsons
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Wives of the Oklahoma City Town Company

Description: Photograph of the Wives of the Oklahoma City Town Company, c.1895. L to R: 1. "Sister Julia" E. Robitaille, 2. Judge David Harvey's Wife, Later Mrs. Draper, 3. Mrs. Jim Hall, 4. Mrs. John Danaugh, 5. Lena, Mrs. Henry.
Date: 1895~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cheyenne Camp

Description: Photograph of a Cheyenne Camp in the Darlington, Indian Territory area, c.1875-1879.
Date: 1875~/1879~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Julia Emma Robitaille

Description: Photograph of Julia Emma Robitaille, a Wyandotte, c.1895.
Date: 1895~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Robitaille Farm

Description: Photograph of the Robitaille's youngest son with the herd on the Robitaille Farm, which was purchased in 1872, Wyandotte, OK, c.1918.
Date: 1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ada Boyd

Description: Photograph of Ada Boyd, she weighed over 600 lbs.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Popoleka

Description: Photograph of Popoleka, a Delaware. Photo by Joseph Andrew Shuck, Seneca, MO, c.1903-1904.
Date: 1903~/1904~
Creator: Shuck, Joseph Andrew
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

James Robitaille

Description: Photograph of James Robitaille, a Wyandotte. Photo by Scanlon, Wyandotte, KS, c.1886-1890.
Date: 1886~/1890~
Creator: Scanlon
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Mensasaeyah Falls

Description: Photograph of a post card of Mensasaeyah Falls, Wyandotte, OK, c.1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

High Water Frisco Bridge

Description: Photograph of a post card of a High Water Frisco Railroad Bridge, Wyandotte, OK, c.1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Robert Grant Robitaille

Description: Photograph of Robert Grant Robitaille, a Wyandotte. Photo by Joseph Rivet, Montreal, Canada.
Date: unknown
Creator: Rivet, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Dulce Government Indian School

Description: Photograph of the Dulce Government Indian School, Dulce, NM, c.1910-1911.
Date: 1910~/1911~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Wyandotte Indian Mission

Description: Photograph of a painting by F.H. Halbedel of a Wyandotte Indian Mission, built in 1824. Published by Kinley Department Store, Upper Sandusky, OH.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tade Ford

Description: Photograph of a post card of the Tade Ford, a foot bridge at the Oklahoma Indian School that was later replaced with a concrete bridge in 1909, Wyandotte, OK, c.1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Mrs. Jane Alsop

Description: Photograph of Mrs. Jane Alsop, a Wyandotte, c.1896-1899.
Date: 1896~/1899~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

John Ross

Description: Photograph of John Ross.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Julias Hotel

Description: Photograph of L to R: 1-2. UNIDENTIFIED, 3. Lena Robitaille, 4. Julia Robitaille in front of the Julias Hotel, Wyandotte, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bassett Spring

Description: Photograph of Bassett Spring, near Indian Stomp Ground.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Charlie Robitaille

Description: Photograph of Charlie Robitaille, a Wyandotte, third from the left, at his homestead near Wyandotte, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Louis Downing

Description: Photograph of Louis Downing, a Cherokee Chief.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Matilda

Description: Photograph of Matilda, an elderly Modoc. Photo by Joseph Andrew Shuck, Seneca, MO, c. 1901-1902.
Date: 1901~/1902~
Creator: Shuck, Joseph Andrew
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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