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Karl_Ferdinand_Wimar_-_Chief_Billy_Bowlegs.jpg
Painting depicting Chief Billy Bowlegs. The town of Bowlegs was named for his descendent.
Date Created: 1861

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Excerpt from The Indian's friend; a memorial of Briton Darlington. Selected from authentic accounts.See an alternative edition of this text in HathiTrust:http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044081818262;view=1up;seq=2
Creator: Garcia, Mayra
Date Created: 1873

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Copyright deposit. Title transcribed from item. Forms part of the John C. H. Grabill Collection. A Lakota tipi camp in background; horses at a White Clay Creek watering hole in foreground. Grabill's photographer's legend and caption appear in…
Date Created: 1891

MekusukeyMissionAcademy.jpg
Academy built in 1891 in Seminole by the Seminole for boys before schools were integrated and the building was closed in 1930.
Date Created: 1891-1930

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Native American child (Potawatomi or Kickapoo) attending first day of school at the Quaker Shawneetown Mission, between Shawnee and Tecumseh
Creator: Wenner, Fred
Date Created: 1893

Shuck19_150.jpg
Three Native Americans and one child with bow and arrows posed outside of a building in Darlington, Oklahoma.
Creator: Shuck, J.A.
Date Created: 1900-1915

Shuck37_150.jpg
Mennonite Missionaries and Native Americans posed on porch of building at Darlington. Includes Phillip Cook, George Eaglenest, John D. Miles, Willie Burns, Robert Burns, and Leonard Tyler.
Creator: Shuck, J.A.
Date Created: 1900-1915

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Commissary Building, Darlington Agency, and other Agency trading stores. Train of freighters unloading. This spot was the center of Reservation activities.
Date Created: 1900-1915

Last of the Seminoles.pdf
Article from Fort Gibson Post telling of the death of Seminole Chief, Tallahassee in Florida. Tells of some of the fighting between Seminoles and United States government and subsequent removal to Indian Territory
Creator: Holden, J. S.
Date Created: 1909-04-22

Euchee.png
Photograph of the Euchee Boarding School published inThe Indian School Journal in 1913.
Date Created: 1913
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