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Collection: Oklahoma Native American Photographs Collection

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Kee-too-wah Ceremony, Gore, Oklahoma Unknown Native American; Cherokee 4327.1587
Kee-too-wah Ceremony, Gore, Oklahoma Unknown Native American; Cherokee 4327.3748
Kee-too-wah Ceremony, Gore, Oklahoma Unknown Native American; Cherokee 4327.3749
Kee-too-wah Ceremony, Gore, Oklahoma Unknown Native American; Cherokee 4327.1588
Possibly Tuuconola Unknown Native American; Osage 4326.4237
President Coolidge being made Sioux Indian chief by Henry Standing Bear Unknown Native American; Sioux 4326.4751
Peter Bigheart, present chief of the Osage Indian tribe William J. Boag Native American; Osage 4327.4407
Winter Range for Apache Cattle, near Fort Sill Unknown Native American; Apache 4326.3587
Hotalke Yohola. Et al Unknown Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 4327.3907
Unidentified Cheyenne elder Unknown Native American; Cheyenne 4327.5019b
Peter P. Pitchlynn Charles Fenderich Native American; Choctaw 4326.3226
Peter Bigheart, present chief of the Osage Indian tribe William J. Boag Native American; Osage 4327.5813
Council Building, Osage Agency Unknown Native American; Osage 4326.4311
Never Fail and family Unknown Native American; Osage 4326.4262
Pleasant Porter Grant Foreman Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 4327.1571
Chief Horse Back Unknown Native American; Comanche 4336.3867
Unidentified Native American standing outside holding lance and shield Unknown Native American; Apache 4326.3563
Sioux Group, Good Calf, Eagle man, et al Unknown Native American; Sioux 4326.4690
Chief Grant Richards Frank A. Rinehart Native American; Tonkawa 4326.4878
Group at the Corn Dance Unknown Native American; Wichita 4326.4899