Photograph of W.C. Ashbrook, W.H. Johnson, and Lester Rummel restoring Sewill over the Arkansas River as Webber Falls with the Meg A Steam ferry boat. Picture was taken in 1912. This picture used in early tel. history of Oklahoma 1934.
Photograph of P.T. & T Picnic - Forman's Ford in Sallisaw, Oklahoma on 17 July 1910. The following people are in the picture: 1) Author, 2) Miss Leah, 3) Miss Grace, 4) Mr. Slainer, 5) Adda Jinkins, 6) Mr. Planto, 7) Mrs. Planto, 8) Addie Henderson, 9) Frank Rosson, 10) Jennie Scruggs, 11) H. Ashbrook, 12) Mr. Billingsby, 13) Mrs. Billingsby
Photograph of the Dwight Presbyterian Mission relocated in May 1829. Dwight Mission was reestablished on Sallisaw Creek, in Sequoyah County near Marble City, about twelve miles above the confluence of Sallisaw Creek and the Arkansas River and thirty miles east of Fort Gibson under Cephas Washburn (Rev.). Dwight Mission School opened in 1830 with Dr. Marcus Palmer in charge. It held the first Cherokee printing press in 1837. It was used by Cherokee arriving from Gerogia in 1839 and by the Presbyterian Church.
Photograph of men posing for a picture in 1936. Those in the photograph are listed in no particular order: Geo Faulkner, Jessie Harkunder, Windy Allen, Bill Reed, Roger Emysminger, Bob Duty, George Hoos, Sam Halter, Ray Duty, John Wicket, Buffort Tuck, Anereer Smith, Frank Duncan, and Wm. Fine.
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