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LAWTON/FT. SILL, OK
LAWTON/FT. SILL, OK
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Amie, Kiowa mother, and child. ca. 1880s. Photo by G. A. Addison, Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
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MOSES ON THE MESA Amie, Kiowa mother, and child. ca. 1880s. Photo by G. A. Addison, Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Little Big Mouth, a medicine man, seated in front of his lodge near Fort Sill, Oklahoma, with medicine bag visible from behind the tent. Photographed by William S. Soule, 1869-70.
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Little Big Mouth, a medicine man, seated in front of his lodge near Fort Sill, Oklahoma, with medicine bag visible from behind the tent. Photographed by William S. Soule, 1869-70. American Indian Select List number 86.
November is Native American Heritage Month Gabe Gobin, an Indian logger, in front of his home. Tulalip Reservation, Washington, 1916 Source: research.archives.gov
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A Portrait of Geronimo Chief of the Arizona Apache Fort Sill, Oklahoma ca 1910 Ryder Ridgway Photographs
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Geronimo's Grave Fort Sill Oklahoma | ... Fort Sill, Okla. He died years later, still in Fort Sill. (PHOTO: NMAI
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Chiricahua leader Goyathlay, known as Geronimo, with his family. ca. 1900. Likely farming in Oklahoma. Source: The National Museum of the American Indian.
The National Museum of the American Indian: May 2011
LaSills Ice Cream--Lawton ok
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LaSills Ice Cream--Lawton, Oklahoma Loved those rainbow sherbet ice cream cones!
Medicine Park, Oklahoma.
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Lawton postcard post card - Train station, Lawton, OK
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medicine bluff at fort sill oklahoma | Frisco Passenger Station, Lawton
Lawton, Oklahoma City Information - ePodunk
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Not *in* OKC, but Medicine Park is a good day trip...
35×40: Where the Buffalo Roam – Medicine Park
Oklahoma dust bowl
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oklahoma dust bowl, unknown source. When I hear people complain about their lives today, I think of images like this and remember what tough times were really like.
oklahoma dust bowl, unknown source be sure to check out Ken Burns "The Dustbowl"
Devastating Oklahoma dust storm roaring down on this small town
Dust Storms. Entire cities could be cast into darkness as large swells of dust would mount into tidal waves, covering every inch for miles.
Church at the Holy City, near Lawton, OK.
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Church at the Holy City, near Lawton, OK...This pic doesn't do it justice.
I love this place. Mount Scott Sunset by Alex Moody Wichita Mountain National Refuge Oklahoma
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One of my favorite places in the world! Mt. Scott Sunset, Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge, Oklahoma, USA......this is wayyyy too beautiful for words!!! howiespeaks.com
My favorite place I've been. Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Wichita Mountain Reserve, Oklahoma
Joan Crawford - actress - lived in Lawton, Oklahoma during her childhood
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Joan Crawford, Actress: Mildred Pierce. Joan Crawford was born Lucille Fay LeSueur on March 23, 1905, in San Antonio, Texas, to Anna Belle (Johnson) and Thomas E. LeSueur, a laundry laborer. By the time she was born, her parents had separated, and by the time she was a teenager, she'd had three stepfathers. It wasn't an easy life; Crawford worked a variety of menial jobs. She was a good dancer, though, and -- perhaps seeing dance as ...
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Quanah Parker with his wives
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Quanah Parker with his wives. This is where Parker County got its name. The last chief of the Quahada Comanche Indians, son of Peta Nocona and Cynthia Ann Parker,
Quanah Parker with his wives Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains
Matrilineal empowerment in Native American family structure had its own influence on the emerging feminist movement in the hippie era. So did Native clothing and design.
The Three Wives of Quanah Parker last chief of the Comanche 1892.
‘The photograph of Geronimo driving a car was taken on June 11, 1905, at the Miller brothers’ 101 Ranch, located southwest of Ponca City, Oklahoma. ‘The car is a Locomobile, and the Indian in full headdress to Geronimo’s left is Edward Le Clair Sr., a Ponca Indian. Geronimo so admired Le Clair’s beaded vest that it was presented to him later in the day. When Geronimo died in 1909, he was buied in the vest.
Geronimo driving a car on June 11, 1905, at the Miller brothers’ 101 Ranch, southwest of Ponca City, Oklahoma
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Touring around the 101 Ranch in 1905, Geronimo is seen behind the wheel of a 1905 Locomobile automobile. Ponca Tribal member Edward Le Clair Sr. is seen in the front passenger seat. #History #Native #American #Indians
Geronimo Cadillac, This is a 1905 picture of Geronimo wearing a top hat and setting in an Automobile. The car has been identified as a Locomobile Model C. This is a reprint on the personal website of Bill Bottorff. The photograph of Geronimo driving a car on the last page of the April 2004 issue of American History was actually taken on June 11, 1905 at the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch located southwest of Ponca City OK. The Indian in full headdress to Geronimo's left is Edward Le Clair Sr., ...
Geronimo driving a car. The photo was taken during a special Miller Bros. 101 Ranch show for the press, 1905. Hundreds of newspaper editors and reporters flocked to it. Geronimo was still imprisoned at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and guards accompanied him to the show. The man in wearing a feathered headdress to Geronimo's left is Edward LeClair Sr. (Ponca). Geronimo so admired the beaded vest that it was given to him later in the day. In 1909, when Geronimo died he was buried in the vest.
‘The photograph of Geronimo driving a car was taken on June 11, 1905, at the Miller brothers’ 101 Ranch, located southwest of Ponca City, Oklahoma. ‘The car is a Locomobile, and the Indian in full headdress to Geronimo’s left is Edward Le Clair Sr., a Ponca Indian. Geronimo so admired Le Clair’s beaded vest that it was presented to him later in the day. When Geronimo died in 1909, he was buried in the vest. Look for this pic, slightly modified, as cover art for Neil Young's new CD.
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Ritz Theatre-Lawton, Oklahoma
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Carnegie Public Library (Lawton, Oklahoma). I got my first library card here on my 6th birthday! I loved this place.
Kresses postcard (a Five Dime Store) that was once in Lawton, Oklahoma; was open there, when I was growing up, in Lawton, Oklahoma