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Five photographs of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) markers at the Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, east of Ottawa, honoring Jotham Meeker, John Tecumseh Jones, Chief Comechau and Notino, the Medicine Man.

Date: 1936

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DAR markers at Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, Kansas - Photograph #1 shows both DAR markers at the Indian Mission Burial Grounds.DAR markers at Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, Kansas - Photograph #2 is of a single marker at the Indian Mission Burial Grounds.DAR markers at Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, Kansas - Photograph #3 is of a single marker at the Indian Mission Burial Grounds.DAR markers at Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, Kansas - Photograph #4 shows a closeup of one of the DAR placques.DAR markers at Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, Kansas - Photograph #5 shows a closeup of the other DAR placque.

DAR markers at Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, Kansas - Photograph #1 shows both DAR markers at the Indian Mission Burial Grounds.

Item Number: 215498
Call Number: FK2.F3 .64 *1-5
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 215498

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