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Cheyenne Indian lodges

Cheyenne Indian lodges
Date: Between 1870 and 1879
This is a photo of several Cheyenne Indians sitting in front of their lodges near Anadarko, Indian Territory. The original photo is at the National Archives.


City of Leavenworth, Kansas Territory

City of Leavenworth, Kansas Territory
Creator: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
Date: December 25, 1858
This view of Leavenworth, Kansas Territory, was copied from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. It shows a number of buildings and steamboats on the river.


Dutch Henry's cabin site in Franklin County, Kansas

Dutch Henry's cabin site in Franklin County, Kansas
Date: Between 1890 and 1910
L. C. Adam, J. W. Powell, W. E. Connelley, and two other old settlers are standing at the site of Dutch Henry's cabin in this photograph. The writing on the back of the photograph is not very legible. L. C. Adam might be Adair?.


El Quartelejo Monument Scott County, Kansas

El Quartelejo Monument Scott County, Kansas
Creator: Walker, Russell W.
Date: February 28, 1948
This black and white photograph shows a view of the El Quartelejo Monument in Scott City, Kansas. This site located north of Scott City, Kansas and along Ladder Creek inside the Lake Scott State Park, is the archeological remains of a Indian pueblo. A group of Taos Indians migrated to the region from New Mexico around 1664 to escape Spanish oppression and to live among the Plains Apache Indians. To honor this historical area, a granite marker was erected in 1925 by the Kansas Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. In 1964, the ruins were recognized as a National Historic Landmark. The ruins are deteriorating and are considered a "at risk" site.


Indian dwellings

Indian dwellings
Date: Between 1880s and 1890s
These two black and white photographs show a group of tipis at an unknown location. The first image shows meat and animal hides drying beside the structures, and in the distance, a mountain range is visible. The second image by William S. Soule shows a Cheyenne camp with tipis arranged like a village. To the left, two people are visible sitting in front of one of the dwellings.


Kansas Indian village

Kansas Indian village
Creator: Stackpole, H.W.
Date: March 1880
These two maps illustrate the Kansas village site, 14P024, commonly referred to as the Blue Earth Village, east of Manhattan, Kansas between the Kansas and Blue Rivers. The large circles depict houses while the small circles could possibly be cache pits for food storage. The small squares along the Kansas River may represent burials.


L.B. Meeker farm home, Neosho County, Kansas

L.B. Meeker farm home, Neosho County, Kansas
Date: 1935
This is a photograph of the two-story farm house of L. B. Meeker, which may have been built on the site of White Hair's Village in Neosho County, Kansas. White Hair of the Great Osage Tribe built a village around 1815 on the west side of the Neosho River, south of present-day Shaw, Kansas, that was mentioned by Colonel George Sibley.


Native American villiage Protohistoric Period

Native American villiage Protohistoric Period
Creator: Irvin, Michael
Date: 1995
This illustration shows what a Native American village may have looked like during the Protohistoric Period of 1500-1800 CE. This is a period of time that is before and after the arrival of Europeans in the New World.


Pawnee Indian village

Pawnee Indian village
Date: Between 1867 and 1869
A photograph showing Pawnee Indian earth lodges in a village located at the forks of Beaver Creek and Loup river near Genoa, Nebraska. In the foreground is a lodge under construction showing the pole reinforcing material.


Pawnee Indian Village

Pawnee Indian Village
Date: Between 1871 and 1875
A photograph showing a Pawnee Indian village located at the forks of Beaver Creek and Loup river near Genoa, Nebraska.


Selden, Kansas

Selden, Kansas
Date: 1906
This photograph gives a birds-eye view of Selden, Kansas (Sheridan County) in 1906.


Topeka, Kansas Territory

Topeka, Kansas Territory
Creator: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
Date: December 25, 1858
A distant view of Topeka, Kansas Territory, copied from the December 25, 1858 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. There is a bridge in the background and people having a picnic in the foreground.


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