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Apache Indians (6)
Native Americans (5)
Comanche Indians (2)
Kiowa Indians (2)
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Photograph (3)
Art Print (1)
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Date
ca 1890s (2)
1899 (1)
Winter 2012 (1)
ca 1890 (1)
Ca1880s-1901 (1)

Creator
William L Sawyers (2)
William J Lenny (1)
Christopher Steinke (1)

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Chief Geronimo, Apache Chief Geronimo, Apache 1899 Reproduction of a portrait painting of Apache Chief Geronimo, by E.A. Burbank. Fort Sill, O.T. [Oklahoma Territory], 1898.

2. Apache Chiefs, Da-va-ko and Dor-con-each-la Apache Chiefs, Da-va-ko and Dor-con-each-la ca. 1890 Studio portrait of two Apache chiefs, Da-va-ko and Dor-con-each-la, in traditional dress. A handwritten description reads" "Apache Chiefs, who have a history not soon to be forgotten by the people of New...

3. Five Apache Men Seated Five Apache Men Seated ca. 1890s Studio portrait of five Apache males in native dress. The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by W.L. Sawyers Indian Art Gallery, Purcell, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

4. Indians Killing Beef Near Fort Sill Indians Killing Beef Near Fort Sill ca. 1890s Photographic print on a boudoir card mount showing groups of Native American women and young girls slaughtering beef. The subjects are likely Comanche, Kiowa or Apache. The handwritten title on front of...

5. Native American/Western Photograph Collection Finding Aid Native American/Western Photograph Collection Finding Aid ca1880s-1901 This collection contains over over 140 glass plate negatives, cabinet cards, and assorted prints. The images are primarily of Native American peoples, cowboys, and “Boomer” settlers in Indian Territory...

6. Leading the "Father" Leading the "Father" Winter 2012 Article about the Villasur Expedition of 1720 from the Pawnee perspective, "who likely would have seen the Spaniards more as Cuartelejo and Paloma Apache allies than French enemies."