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Archery class, Topeka, Kansas

Kansas Division of Economic Development

These two black and white photographs show a group of children with bows and arrows during an archery class in Topeka, Kansas.

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Little Chief and family

Portrait of Pottawatomie Indian Little Chief and his family

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Sauk and Fox Chiefs photograph

This photograph shows Sauk and Fox-currently referred to as the Sac and Fox Nation-Chiefs with other notable men and women. Individuals in the photograph is identified as follows, standing from left to right: Colonel Townsend, William Harr, Moses Keokak, Henry Clay Jones and Reverend Miller. Individuals identified sitting from left to right includes: wife of deceased Chief, Chief Che kus kuk and Waw com mo.

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Pottawatomie Indian Mission church

View of an unidentified Pottawatomie Indian mission church, c. 1905.

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School room at Haskell Institute

Haskell Institute began in 1884 in Lawrence, Kansas, as the Indian Industrial Training School. The school provided vocational education to their students at the elementary and secondary level.

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Potawatomi children wading in a pond

This photograph shows a group of five Potawatomi school children (four boys and one girl) wading in a pond. Also visible is a man holding two horses in the background.

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Haskell Institute laundry and boiler house, Lawrence, Kansas

This is a view of the laundry and boiler house on the grounds of Haskell Institute (now Haskell Indian Nations University) in Lawrence, Kansas. When this photograph was taken, sometime during the late 1800s or early 1900s, Haskell Institute provided education and vocational training to Native American students at the elementary and secondary level.

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Haskell Institute's Wakarusa Bottoms, Lawrence, Kansas

This is a view across the Wakarusa Bottoms located on the grounds of Haskell Institute (now the Haskell Indian Nations University) in Lawrence, Kansas. When this photograph was taken, sometime during the late 1800s or early 1900s, Haskell Institute provided education and vocational training to Native American students at the elementary and secondary level.

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Son of Bull Thigh, Cheyenne Chief

This is a portrait of Cheyenne Chief Bull Thigh's son. He is posed on a buffalo hide with a rifle on his lap.

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Miller School, Jackson County, Kansas

A photograph of school children posed in their Christmas play costumes at Miller School, Jackson County, Kansas. Marie Hale, a member of the Potawatomi tribe, is the angel in the middle.

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