Great-Granddaughter of Indian Chief White Cloud Works on the Fringe for Shawls to Wear at Indian Pow Wow...10/1974

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Original Caption: Great-Granddaughter of Indian Chief White Cloud Works on the Fringe for Shawls to Wear at Indian Pow Wow at the Indian Center at White Cloud, Kansas, near Troy in the Northeast Corner of the State. The Town Was Named for the Last Great Iowa Indian Chief Whose Tribe Was Granted Land in the Area in an 1836 Treaty. The Iowa-Sac-Fox Indian Reservation Is Located Nearby 10/1974

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-14699

Photographer: Duncan, Patricia D., 1932-

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White Cloud (Doniphan county, Kansas, United States) inhabited place
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

strong>Persistent URL: catalog.archives.gov/id/557151

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    1954dkb

    • 27/Aug/2011 23:28:21

    photo is of Regina Rhodd-Jensen, daughter of Mary Louise White Cloud-Rhodd