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Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 14
Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 14
TitleOklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 14
DescriptionPhotograph fourteen of twenty-four in Collection of Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views [ca. 1889] by William S. Prettyman and George B. Cornish. It is titled "Boomers approaching R.R. Bridge which they Crossed" and shows two long processions of wagons converging on a railroad bridge to cross the Salt ForK River. The bridge is in view on the far-right side.
Dateca. 1889
PhotographerWilliam S. Prettyman
AuthorGeorge B. Cornish
Item TypePhotograph
CollectionNative American/Western Photograph Collection (P23)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,36866
LocationP23, Box 1, Foder 2, Number 14
Local SubjectIndian Territory (Oklahoma)
Oklahoma Land Rush (1889)
Frontier and Pioneer Life
Digital FormatJPEG
Barcode10017626
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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