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Oklahoma - Indians

2004-0286



Description: Lawrence H. Hart at the Washita massacre site
Date: January 2000
Location: Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: James C. Juhnke, 2002
Photographer: James C. Juhnke

2004-0286



Description: Lawrence H. Hart at the Washita massacre site
Date: January 2000
Location: Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 11.5 x 7.5 cm
Source: James C. Juhnke, 2002
Photographer: James C. Juhnke

2006-0099



Description: Left Hand, Arapaho chief
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Wellington, Kansas
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
Photographer: E. B. Snell

2007-0087



Description: Indian boy with gun; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 6 x 10 cm
Source:
Photographer: Cosand and Mosser, Caldwell, Kansas, and Fort Reno, Indian Territory
Note: from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma" no. 51

2007-0088



Description: Indian woman with baby in cradleboard; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 6 x 10 cm
Source:
Photographer: Cosand and Mosser, Caldwell, Kansas, and Fort Reno, Indian Territory
Note: from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma" no. 66

2007-0089



Description: Indian woman and child; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
Source:
Photographer: Cosand and Mosser, Fort Reno, Indian Territory
Note: from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma" no. 58

2007-0090



Description: Laókis, Mouse Track; Indian child in beaded clothing
Date: ca. 1910
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 9 x 13 cm
Source:
Photographer: Dunham, Fairview, Oklahoma

2007-0091



Description: Four young Arapaho women in Euro-American clothing, students at the Arapaho school at Darlington, Oklahoma; Emma Frass standing at left; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: El Reno, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
Source:
Photographer: C. C. Stotz, El Reno, Oklahoma

2007-0092



Description: Four young Arapaho women in Euro-American clothing, students at the Arapaho school at Darlington, Oklahoma; Emma Frass standing at far right; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: El Reno, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
Source:
Photographer: C. C. Stotz, El Reno, Oklahoma

2007-0093



Description: Cheyenne (?) woman with baby in beaded cradleboard; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
Source: Mrs. J. H. Richert, Feb. 15, 1933
Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas

2007-0094



Description: Indian family group; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 10.5 x 16.5 cm
Source: Mrs. J. H. Richert, Feb. 15, 1933
Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas

2007-0097



Description: Two Indian women; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 11 x 16.5 cm
Source: Mrs. J. H. Richert, Feb. 15, 1933
Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas

2007-0098



Description: Harvey Whiteshield's children; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 10 x 14 cm
Source:
Photographer:

2007-0099



Description: Indian woman seated; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 11 x 16 cm
Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas

2007-0100



Description: Indian man standing; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 11 x 14 cm
Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
Photographer:

2007-0101



Description: Two Indian girls standing; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 5.5 x 9 cm
Source:
Photographer: A. G. DaLee, Lawrence, Kansas
Note: from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma", no. 17

2007-0102



Description: Two Indian young women standing; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 6 x 10 cm
Source:
Photographer: Snell and Sargent, Wellington, Kansas
Note: from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma", no. 12

2007-0103



Description: Two Indian young women; the one on the right resembles Nancy Ruth; studio portrait
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Oklahoma?
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 6 x 10.5 cm
Source:
Photographer: E. B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas
Note: from album titled "Red Indians of Oklahoma", no. 28

2008-0173



Description: Bullthunder and wife, Arapaho chief; postcard; see 2008-0174 for back; used in Loretta Fowler, Wives and Husbands; Gender and Age in Southern Arapaho History (Norman, OK; University of Oklahoma Press, 2010), p. 282. There it has the caption "Bull Thunder and his wife, ca. 1910. This long-married, respected couple sat for a formal portrait. The photograph was used as a postcard during a time when Oklahoma settlers invited and advertised Native participants to their celebrations to attract visitors and paying customers. Bull Thunder (1838-1917) was a band headman at Cantonment in the 1880s and, along with his wife Striking In Night, became a priest of the lodges, probably achieving the Old Men's Lodge. He holds his pipe and wears the white sheet that indicates his ritual status and the peace medal he received from the government as an intermediary chief. Striking In Night (1851-1917),a co-wife early in her marriage, likely had achieved the Buffalo Women's Lodge, and she and Bull Thunder were a chief couple (chief and chief's wife) at Cantonment in the 1890s. Striking In Night had two sons who lived to maturity. Photo by Hudson. Courtesy of Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College."
Date: ca. 1910
Location: Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
MLA filing: Personal - Bull Thunder
Original size: 9 x 14 cm
Source:
Photographer: Hodson

2008-0173



Description: Bullthunder and wife, Arapaho chief; postcard; see 2008-0174 for back; used in Loretta Fowler, Wives and Husbands; Gender and Age in Southern Arapaho History (Norman, OK; University of Oklahoma Press, 2010), p. 282. There it has the caption "Bull Thunder and his wife, ca. 1910. This long-married, respected couple sat for a formal portrait. The photograph was used as a postcard during a time when Oklahoma settlers invited and advertised Native participants to their celebrations to attract visitors and paying customers. Bull Thunder (1838-1917) was a band headman at Cantonment in the 1880s and, along with his wife Striking In Night, became a priest of the lodges, probably achieving the Old Men's Lodge. He holds his pipe and wears the white sheet that indicates his ritual status and the peace medal he received from the government as an intermediary chief. Striking In Night (1851-1917),a co-wife early in her marriage, likely had achieved the Buffalo Women's Lodge, and she and Bull Thunder were a chief couple (chief and chief's wife) at Cantonment in the 1890s. Striking In Night had two sons who lived to maturity. Photo by Hudson. Courtesy of Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College."
Date: ca. 1910
Location: Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
MLA filing: Personal - Bull Thunder
Original size: 9 x 14 cm
Source:
Photographer: Hodson

2008-0174



Description: postcard from Hillegonda van der Smissen, Cantonment, Oklahoma, to Edna van der Smissen (niece?), Summerfield, Illinois; front of card shows Bullthunder and wife, Arapaho chief; postcard; see 2008-0173
Date: 11 July 1910
Location: Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 14 x 9 cm
Source:
Photographer:

2008-0175



Description: Bullthunder and wife, Arapaho chief; postcard; slightly different pose than 2008-0173
Date: ca. 1910
Location: Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Indians
Original size: 9 x 14 cm
Source:
Photographer: Hodson

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