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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.


School children, Morris County

A group portrait of students with their teacher, Joshie Burton, at a school two miles south of White City in Morris County, Kansas. Fifty-two students attended the school. The boy with an "X" marked above his head is Sam Golden, nine years old and in third grade. Other students include Loula Golden, Lyda Griffith, May [?], Lou Mohlnex, Beckee Ohmen, Clara Plummer, Anna Trees, Lucy Troiswell, Ira and Elmer Turner, Daisy and Maude Walker, and members of the Bowser, Burton, Clark, Crocker, Funk and Hallmark families.

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