|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
(1) copy print, map of Ft. Sill. "U.S. Military Reservation. Ft. Sill, I.T. May 6, 1871, at junction of Medicine Bluff and Cocke Creeks. First called Camp Wichita. A comparison of our photograph & the blueprint map in our Cartographic Branch shows that the two are different. Our photograph is small and lacks detail also some of the smaller features are blurred."
purchased from National Archives and Record Service, ID # 111-SC-87869
FAMILY HISTORY: Tyler Bastian joined the Museum staff as research assistant in Jan. 1964. A native of Illinois, he received a BA degree in anthropology at Beliot College (Wisc.) in 1958. He did his graduate study work at the Univ. of Michigan from 1958-1960; and received an MA degree at the Univ. of Utah in 1963, with an anthropology major and mineralogy minor. His position at the Museum was primarily involved in anthropological research and archaeology. In 1965, Bastian finished the archaeological survey of East Cache Creek and other surveys in the Wichita Mountains. In 1966, Bastian worked in the field at the Longest site.
|Photographer||Orleman, with the 10th US Cavalry|