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Tags: Quapaw Indians

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Indian Territory with Part of the Adjoining State of Kansas 3926.660a-b
Map of Indian Territory P. Brodie 3926.742
Gray's Atlas Map of Indian Territory G.W. & C.B. Colton and Company 3926.744
Indian Territory Samuel Augustus Mitchell 3926.745
A Map of the Indian Territory, Northern Texas, and New Mexico Showing the Great Western Prairies Josiah Gregg 3926.802
Railroad and county map of Indian Territory George F. Cram; , George F. Cram 3927.720
The Quapaw - 1700 (Arkansas) Charles Banks Wilson American 14.706 lithograph on paper
Avenue Polychrome Bottle with Painted Face Designs Southeast, Missisippian 54.1186 Clay, shells, painted, polished
Indian Refugees in Kansas Unknown American, Cherokee 4126.85.2 ink on paper
Carson Red on Buff Bowl Triangle and Semicircle Motifs Southeast, Mississippian 54.1658 Clay, temper, shells, mica, painted
Avenue Polychrome Bottle with Scroll Motifs Southeast, Mississippian 54.1813 Clay, shells, painted, polished
Avenue Polychrome Painted Bottle with Cross in Circle Motif Southeast, Mississippian 54.2547 Clay, shells, painted
Instructions to Delegation to Negotiate with the United States. Unknown Native American; Cherokee 4026.1233-.1 ink on paper
Draft Copy of Letter from Chief John Ross to Shawnee-Seneca, Shawnee, and Quapaw Chiefs Chief John Ross Native American; Cherokee 4026.1315-.1 ink on paper
Draft Copy of a Note from Chief John Ross to Captain Albert Pike Chief John Ross Native American; Cherokee 4026.1318 ink on paper