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Title: Philip Reade
Dates: ca. 1868-1891

Collection Number: 00014

Quantity: 34 items

Abstract: Images of soldiers and Native Americans in the late 1800s in Kansas and New Mexico.

Provenance: The collection was donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Philip Reade. The date of donation is unknown.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
Copyrights: Copyrights to materials in this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs.  Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code and an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.
Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.       


00014-00001       Throw up Your Hands, 1889
00014-00002       The Lost Trail, 1889
00014-00003       Soco and Hoppie two Arapahoe [women], 1889
00014-00004       Banahaba - son of Little Raven, Chief of the Arapahoes, 1889
00014-00005       Ne-mib-nic A Dog Soldier of the Cheyenne Indians, 1889
00014-00006       A Spanish mission church at Chihauhau (Chihuahua ) (Mex.), 1889
00014-00007       Mexican burros and card, 1889
00014-00008       Chivington or Big Crow, Arapahoe Indian, 1889
00014-00009       Crooked Left Arm, an Arrapa Indian, 1889
00014-00010       Mexican church in Guadalupe, New Mexico, 1889
00014-00011       Charles S. Stobie, artist and plainsman, 1889
00014-00012       Bent, Mrs. George, 1889
00014-00013       Fort Shaw, Montana, 1889
00014-00014       Baretha (Red Head) and Hakkea, daughter of Big Mouth, Arapahoe Chief, 1889
00014-00015       Fort Niobrara, Cherry County (NE), 1902
00014-00016       General N. A. Miles at head of table in Army Officers Mess Pine Ridge Indian Agency, 1890-1891
00014-00017       Rifle camp of United States troops on Missouri River near Omaha (NE), 1887
00014-00018       Fort Dodge (Kan.)from the west picket post       
00014-00019       Quarters of Captain William S. Tremain, Post Surgeon at Fort Dodge (Kan.), January 1871
00014-00020       Fort Meade, Cherry County (S.D.)           
00014-00021       Officers quarters from the parade ground Fort Dodge (Kan.)      
00014-00022       Commanding officers quarters Fort Dodge (Kan.)            
00014-00023       Round tower at Fort Snelling (Minn.)     
00014-00024       Camp Supply Indian Territory, November 1868
00014-00025       The Alamo         
00014-00026       Overview of Fort Cummings (N.M.)        
00014-00027       Osage Scouts    
00014-00028       Officers quarters Fort Dodge (Kan.)        
00014-00029       Quarters of Commanding Officer Fort Dodge (Kan.)        
00014-00030       Birds-eye view of Fort Dodge (Kan.)       
00014-00031       Fort Dodge (Kan.), 1870
00014-00032       Seventh Cavalry Officers, Fort Dodge (Kan.), October 1868
00014-00033       Teepee of tanned buffalo skins, October 1868
00014-00034       Indians expedition crossing Arkansas River, opposite Fort Dodge (Kan.), October 1868

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