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Fort Sill,Oklahoma Territory 1890-1910

Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory
Title: Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory
Date Created/Published: ca. 1890-1910.
Summary: Miscellaneous photographs, apparently all made in Oklahoma Territory and Fort Sill between 1890 and 1910. Collection includes villages of Apache prisoners-of-war at Fort Sill; Apache chief Geronimo [Chiricahua] with his wife and children, holding watermelons in a garden field; an unidentified camp with tents and tepees; Indian man [Comanche or Arapaho] near four covered wagons; and rock art from several pieces of stone. Others include cavalry activities and dwellings; views of the countryside; the Hugh L. Scott children in the yard of their home; interior and exterior views of a home furnished with many Indian and Oriental artifacts; a mule train; and an unidentified woman posed near a river.
Collector: General Hugh L. Scott.
LOT title and other information from Indians of North America ... Library of Congress, 2001.
Transfer; Manuscript Division; ca. 1951?
Presented by the heirs of General Hugh L. Scott in 1951.
Indians of North America--Great Plains--1890-1910.
Indians of North America--Southwest, New--1890-1910.
Fort Sill (Okla.)--1890-1910.
Indian Territory--1890-1910.
Photographic prints--1890-1910.
Bookmark /2004665288/
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