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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.

Native American Photographs

A Portrait of Geronimo Chief of the Arizona Apache Fort Sill, Oklahoma ca 1910 Ryder Ridgway Photographs

ASU Libraries: Ryder Ridgway Photograph Collection

Geronimo's Grave Fort Sill Oklahoma | ... Fort Sill, Okla. He died years later, still in Fort Sill. (PHOTO: NMAI

The National Museum of the American Indian: May 2011

LaSills Ice Cream--Lawton ok

Medicine Park, Oklahoma.

flute player sculpture, Medicine Park, Oklahoma

The ladder to the loft in the Bonnie & Clyde cabin, Medicine Park, Oklahoma

The river walk that goes through the center of beautiful Medicine Park, OK

-Ft Sill OK

r -Fort+sill+oklahoma - fort sill camp two

Lawton postcard post card - Train station, Lawton, OK

Lawton, Oklahoma City Information - ePodunk

Lawton Oklahoma - Goodyear Blimp - 1983 by duggar11, via Flickr

Flickriver: Most interesting photos from Lawton, Oklahoma pool

Medicine Park

35×40: Where the Buffalo Roam – Medicine Park

Lawton, Oklahoma, B-25J Mitchell Bomber - "Iron Laiden Maiden" 1981 by duggar11, via Flickr

Flickriver: Most interesting photos from Lawton, Oklahoma pool

Oklahoma dust bowl

Church at the Holy City, near Lawton, OK.

I love this place. Mount Scott Sunset by Alex Moody Wichita Mountain National Refuge Oklahoma

Joan Crawford - actress - lived in Lawton, Oklahoma during her childhood

Joan Crawford - IMDb


Quanah Parker with his wives

Geronimo driving a car on June 11, 1905, at the Miller brothers’ 101 Ranch, southwest of Ponca City, Oklahoma

first automobile in an indian family 1230469 wallpaper

Ritz Theatre-Lawton, Oklahoma

Carnegie Library (Lawton, Oklahoma) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kresses postcard (a Five Dime Store) that was once in Lawton, Oklahoma; was open there, when I was growing up, in Lawton, Oklahoma