Pawnee Headmen: Photo taken approximately in 1870 at Camp Supply in
Indian Territory, by William S. Soule. They were procured by Wichitan
A.A. Hyde
Pawnee Headmen: Photo taken approximately in 1870 at Camp Supply in Indian Territory, by William S. Soule. They were procured by Wichitan A.A. Hyde
Pawnee Headmen: Photo taken approximately in 1870 at Camp Supply in Indian Territory, by William S. Soule. They were procured by Wichitan A.A. Hyde

Native Americans: the first Kansans

February 20, 2011 12:00 AM

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