Most think this photo was taken at Fort Sill in the winter of 1894 - 1895 on Cache Creek. Truth is, this photo was taken at Fort Sill in the winter of 1905-1906 at a wood cutting camp on nearby Medicine Creek.
Identified as Hugh Chee on horseback and standing left to right: Clara Belle Spitty, Eric Spitty, Mrs. Jolsanny (Nahn-ish-Klah) and son Samuel Grayson Jolsanny, Kazhe, and Ih-zey.
Kazhe is either David Kazhe or his half brother Morgan Kazhe. Ih-zey is the mother of David and step-mother of Morgan. Ih-zey is also the mother of Os-Kissay, with of Tissnolthtos.
F. H. Sharman, James Russell, Jason Betzinez, Asa Daklugie, Eugene Chihuahua, Miss. McMillon.
Clay Domeah, Benedict Johze, James Kaywaykla, Miss. Adkisson, Viola (Massai) Chihuahua, Fred Godeley.
Miss. Hawkins, Marcellus Bezhahun, Miss. Erving, James Nickolas, and Ramona (Chihuahua) Daklugie with her baby Maude Adkisson Daklugie.
I think photo was taking in 1905-1906. This group are "active church members" of Dutch Reformed Church mission. See - H. Henrietta Stockel: 'On the bloody road to Jesus: Christianity and the Chiricahua Apaches', p.p. 183-184
Last Edit: Mar 8, 2012 17:42:06 GMT -5 by naiches2