James Dacon, a Kiowa medicine man. James’s name has been variously spelled as Takone, Takaungky, or Takamghy. Anadarko (Okla.) November 29, 1911., 1911, Nov 29
Scope and Contents
Black and white original prints, copy prints and glass plate negatives of the Apache, Comanche, Delaware, Temeculz, Kawaiisu, Creek, Umatilla, Chippewa, Paiute, Sioux, Oto, Choctaw, Pawnee, Osage, Ponca, Mohave, Kickapoo, Taos, Pueblo, Yuma, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Crow, Navajo, Kiowa, Tonkawa, Sac and Fox, Kalispel, Kutenai, Flathead, Spokan, Attu, Quileute, Seminole, Wasco, Modoc, Shasta, Yakima, Shoshoni, Kiowa-Apache, Skitswish, Cheyenne, Shawnee, Nez Perce, Arapaho, Caddo, Wichita, Yakima, Makah, and Blackfoot Indians. Also includes images of mining, the oil industry, the military, agriculture, the range cattle industry, education, and transportation in Oklahoma Territory, Oklahoma state, and Indian Territory. Scenes of the towns of McAlester, Edmond, Alva, Weatherford, Pawhuska, Clairemore, Ponca City, Purcell, Duncan, Noble, Lexington, Shawnee, Beaver. Plainview, Lavern, Henryetta, Atoka, Tahlequah, Guthrie, Tishomingo, and Eufaula are included. In addition the first year of settlement of Anadarko, Oklahoma is well documented by photographs in this collection.
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Open for public research.
From the Collection: 2758 items (2758 items)
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From the Collection:
- Dacon, James
- Hume, Annette Ross, 1858-1933
- Kiowa Indians Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Photographs Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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