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Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Miss Emma Coleman, a Cherokee Indian. She is facing right in a semi-profile.
Description: This map shows the locations of Indian tribes, and lands sold and ceded, as well as roads, forts, and rivers. Lands in the Great Plains are covered, and Ar...
Description: "Chief Lone West," Cherokee movie actor from Santa Monica, poses in a headdress near an International truck. According to the original caption, he was also...
Description: Harrell International Institute female students, posed in caps and gowns.
Description: C.W. Turner, Jr., a young Cherokee "Rough Rider" who wished to go to war.
Description: A Cherokee Female Seminary. Students stand on the lawn and porch in front of the building.
Description: A Henry Kendall College School Building.
Description: Group portrait of a Cherokee Male Seminary football team.
Description: A hand-drawn map of Indian boundary lines in southwest Virginia. It also includes the Duck River and the Elk River.
Description: Group portrait of the 1897 Henry Kendall College football team, holders of the championship in Indian Territory. The players are Creek, Cherokee, Choctaw,...
Description: Miss Carlotta Shackelford, "The Cherokee Duchess."
Description: Group portrait of a Cherokee High School football team.
Description: Head and shoulders vignetted studio portrait of Vance McSpadden of the Cherokee High School Class of 1898.
Description: Two Cherokee children embrace for a portrait.
Description: Group portrait of the 1898 Henry Kendall College football team, made up of four Creek Indians, two Choctaw Indians, one Cherokee Indian, and ten white men.
Description: A group of Creek, Cherokee, and white girls at Henry Kendall College.
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Description: Miss Nina Porter, the niece of General Porter, born to a Creek father and a Cherokee mother.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Miss Nana Reynolds, a Cherokee Indian.
Description: A portrait of a Muskogee Presbyterian Church Sunday School Class. Pictured are Cherokee, Creek, and White girls.
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