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Description: Group portrait of a Cherokee Male Seminary football team.

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Description: Group portrait of a Cherokee High School football team.

Date: 1898 

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.

Photograph

Chief Lone West

Date: 1938 

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...

Photograph

Two Young Cherokees

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Description: Two Cherokee children embrace for a portrait.

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Description: A portrait of a Muskogee Presbyterian Church Sunday School Class. Pictured are Cherokee, Creek, and White girls.

Photograph

Cherokee Woman

Date:  date unknown

Description: Full-length studio portrait of Mrs. Robert W. Hamilton, a Cherokee Woman.

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Description: A hand-drawn map of Indian boundary lines in southwest Virginia. It also includes the Duck River and the Elk River.

Photograph

Cherokee Woman

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Description: Miss Carlotta Shackelford, "The Cherokee Duchess."

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Description: Harrell International Institute female students, posed in caps and gowns.

Date:  date unknown

Description: A Cherokee Female Seminary. Students stand on the lawn and porch in front of the building.

Date: 1897 

Description: Group portrait of the 1897 Henry Kendall College football team, holders of the championship in Indian Territory. The players are Creek, Cherokee, Choctaw,...

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Description: Miss Nina Porter, the niece of General Porter, born to a Creek father and a Cherokee mother.

Photograph

Cherokee Woman

Date:  date unknown

Description: Head and shoulders studio portrait of Mrs. Robert W. Hamilton, a Cherokee woman.

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Description: A group of Creek, Cherokee, and white girls at Henry Kendall College.

Photograph

Cherokee Man

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Description: Head and shoulders vignetted studio portrait of Vance McSpadden of the Cherokee High School Class of 1898.

Photograph

Cherokee Boy

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Description: C.W. Turner, Jr., a young Cherokee "Rough Rider" who wished to go to war.

Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story

Cherokee twilled basket, probably traded to Wisconsin, mid 19th century. (Museum object #1955.1021)

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Description: A Henry Kendall College School Building.

Photograph

Cherokee Woman

Date:  date unknown

Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Miss Emma Coleman, a Cherokee Indian. She is facing right in a semi-profile.

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