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    STEREOVIEW OF CHEYENNE PRISONERS AT FORT MARION, 1875. In 1875, a group of Comanche, Cheyenne, and Arapahoe were condemned to exile at Fort Marion by the US government for the high crimes of murder and rebellion. Under the command of Lt. Richard Pratt, the Fort Marion Indians were indoctrinated into the white man's ways under the auspices of Pratt's Carlisle Indian School. In this stereoview produced by "St. Augustine Views by the Florida Club," we see a group of approximately 35 Cheyenne posed in a courtyard at the Fort. Affixed to a bright yellow mount with an interesting narrative about the "Indians at Fort Marion" on verso. Very fine.

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    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
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