Glyph of David Pendelton Oakerhater
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Photographs from the Burnham Collection
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David and Susie Pendleton Oakerhater (Taken sometime between 1882 and 1890) Mrs. Mary D. Burnham, Deaconess
Frederic Pahwarme, Oakerhater's son (1880) Julia Pendleton (née Julia Good Bear, niece of Oakerhater's wife Minnie)
Rev. J. B. Wicks Mrs. J. B. Wicks
Miss Wicks Indian husband and wife, perhaps Cheyenne (1880s)
Indian prisoners at Fort Marion in St. Augustine, Florida (1877) Students at Carlisle Indian School, 1880. Left to right: Henry Pratt Taawayite, David Pendleton Oakerhater, Paul Caryl Zotom, and John Wicks Okstec.
Paul Caryl Zotom (Kiowa) May 1881 Henry Pratt Taawayite (Comanche) 1881
David Pendleton Oakerhater, May 1881 John Pratt Ocxtei (Cheyenne)
Rev. David P. Oakerhater and Rev. David A. Sauman, taken in El Reno, Oklahoma, circa 1940 Mrs. Mary D. Burnham, from The Church Militant, 1902
School children at Whirlwind Indian Station, with Mr. Sanford on the left and the teacher on the right. David Pendleton Oakerhater is on the steps. (circa 1904) David's house at Whirlwind Mission, where he lived from 1898 to 1918.
Gravestone of Paul Mazakute (Sioux), first Indian Deacon in the Episcopal Church
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