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Ponca Indian camp, Oklahoma, c. 1890
Ponca Indian camp, Oklahoma, c. 1890
Denver Public Library



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Alfred E. Crosby
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Image: Ponca Indian camp on 101 Ranch, Oklahoma, c. 1890; hand-colored postcard. Denver Public Library Western History / Genealogy Department.
The Use of the Land Wilderness and American Identity