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Bark covered Sac and Fox lodge house

Bark covered Sac and Fox lodge house
Date: Between 1850 and 1870
Sac and Fox tribal members in front of bark covered lodge house.

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.

Pawnee Lodge

Pawnee Lodge
Date: Between 1860 and 1890
This is a photograph of a Pawnee Lodge with families gathered around. It was copied from the Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin #77, plate 50. The volume was published in 1922.

Wichita Indian grass house

Wichita Indian grass house
Date: Between 1890 and 1899
Grass house of the Wichita Indians near Anadarko, Oklahoma, is cone shape with a thatch of long grass laid in tiers that overlap like shingles. The Wichita have been identified historically with Quivirans that the Coronado expedition encountered in south-central Kansas in 1541. The group moved south into what is now Oklahoma early in the eighteenth century where they are located today.

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