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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

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

Main street Dale. Looking north to the old Schutten House. Built in 1904 by A.B. Jones, later sold to Schutten's. Burned in 1962.
Date Created: 1905

The landscape of Seminole, filled with oil fields.
Date Created: 1928

Postcard showing the entrance of the Shawnee Indian Sanitorim
Date Created: 1930-1945

Café in Harrah, Oklahoma.
Creator: Fink, John B.
Date Created: 1937-07-03

Downtown of Harrah in 1938
Creator: Fink, John B.
Date Created: 1938

1963 power plant of the Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company, inside Horseshoe Lake, Harrah, Oklahoma
Date Created: 1963

The current building hosting the Seminole Nation BCR Commission since 1988. It is the last building remaining from the original Mekusukey Academy for Boys, destroyed by fire in 1935. It was originally used as a steam room.
Date Created: 20--
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