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Grave and home of John Brown.pdf
Brief biography of Chief John F. Brown
Date Created: 1930s

abandoned bridge.jpg
Abandoned bridge on Old Highway 99 south of Bowlegs. Crossing Little River.
Date Created: 2015-11-29

Bill and Kay Magruder Hay crew Long before the oil boom hit.png
Bill and Kay Magruder. Hay crew. Long before the oil boom hit. Seminole, Oklahoma.

Bowlegs2.JPG
Bowlegs High School football stadium was a WPA project built in 1941
Creator: Lucas, Austin
Date Created: 2015-11-29

Bowlegs4.JPG
Bowlegs Public Schools sign
Creator: Lucas, Austin
Date Created: 2015-11-29

Bowlegs6.JPG
Picture of the outside of Bowlegs school
Creator: Lucas, Austin
Date Created: 2015-11-29

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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Grave of John F. Brown. The inscription reads
John F. Brown
Chief of Seminole Nation
October 23, 1843
October 21, 1919
A Servant to his Country
Creator: Dowell, Sarah
Date Created: 2015-11-29

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The building located in Seminole, Oklahoma known as the the Jasmin Moran Children's Museum
Date Created: 2015-12-04
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