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A portrait of Isaac Brown and his wife, members of the Wyandotte Indian tribe. Brown and his wife were born at Upper Sandusky, Ohio, and in 1843, when the Wyandotte's were removed, they came to an area, which later became Kansas Territory. Prior to 1854, the Wyandotte's were removed to a reservation in Indian Territory.

Date: Between 1843 and 1854

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Item Number: 212987
Call Number: E99 W9.I B *1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 212987

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