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Na-Ski-La Bit-Le-Ha, Undated

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: 1975.006.4.Alabama-Coushatta.007

Scope and Contents

A group of unidentified people in traditional dress stand outside in a clearing surrounded by a palisade. A man wearing a red shirt and a feather headdress sits behind a large, round drum.


  • Creation: Undated



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Language of Materials


Physical Description

Color lithograph on postcard.


Title supplied by cataloguer.

Photographer: T.A. Wright Photography, Sulphur Springs, Texas.

Printed on verso, top left: "Texas' Only Indian Reservation. Home of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribes. 17 Miles East of Livingston on U.S. 190. Pictured are the 'Na-Ski-La Bit-Le-Ha" (Dogwood Dancers) performing a Historic Tribal Dance in which both men and women participate. Dances are performed daily in an authentic Dance Square nestled among the tall whispering pines of the East Texas 'Big Thicket'. "

Printed on verso, top right: "Place Stamp Here. Post Card. Address."

Printed on verso, center: "T.A. Wright Photography, Sulphur Springs, Texas."

Printed on verso, bottom center: "88217."

Repository Details

Part of the The University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections & University Archives Repository

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