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by Russell E. Belous,Robert A. Weinstein,Will Soule
Pages: 120 pages
Publisher: The Ward Ritchie Press; 1st edition (1973)
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Will Soule photographed the construction of Fort Sill and some of the many personalities and events afterward
Will Soule photographed the construction of Fort Sill and some of the many personalities and events afterward. This collection is a vivid series of images of one terrifying real aspect of the prolonged, tragic Indian Wars on the Southern P From Page 11 - The Indian wars on the Southern Plains provided the time, the locale, the events and the people this photographic drama. Will Soule photographed the construction of Fort Sill and some of the many personalities and events afterward.
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Soule moved to Camp Supply in 1868, then in 1869 or 1870 to Fort Sill, Kansas, which was the Indian Agency and Military Control . PUBLICATIONS Monograph: Will Soule, Russell E. Belous & Robert A. Weinstein, 1969. Book: Plains Indian Raiders, 1968.
Soule moved to Camp Supply in 1868, then in 1869 or 1870 to Fort Sill, Kansas, which was the Indian Agency and Military Control Headquarters for the Comanche, Kiowa, Kiowa-Apache, Wichita, Caddo and other tribes. He was evidently engaged by the . Army to create a photographic log of the new fort's construction, and subsequently ran a photographic gallery there as well. Although records are vague, it seems Soule left the area in 1874-75 and returned to Boston, where he operated a studio until his retirement in 1902.
William S. Soule was a photographer known for his documentary portraits of Native Americans at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. As a photographer for the . He photographed the Indian campaigns from 1869-1874. Army, he photographed the construction of Fort Sill and many of the people associated with the Indian Wars. Soule returned to Boston around 1875 and started a photographic business with . Soule continued his photography business until his passing in 1908.
Belous, Russell . Weinstein, Robert A. WILL SOULE Indian Photographer at Fort Sill, Oklahoma 1869-74. Fabulous photograph portraits of the wild Indians of Fort Sill on the Indian Territory frontier.
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