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Name Sarpy, Peter Abadie, 1804-1865
Born 1804
Birthplace St. Louis, Missouri
Places of residence Nebraska (Sarpy), Belleview
Father Sarpy, Gregoire
Mother Sarpy, Pelagie (Labadie)
Occupation
Relationships Tzschuck, Bruno
Relationship: worked together
Spouse Nicomi
Deceased 01/04/1865
Deceased where Plattsmouth, Nebraska

Associated Records

Image of RG1047.AM - RG1047 Olson, James Clifton, 1917-2005

RG1047.AM - RG1047 Olson, James Clifton, 1917-2005

This collection consists of manuscript material and index files arranged in two Subgroups. Subgroup 1: Writings; and Subgroup 2: Correspondence and Subject Files. These materials related to James Olson's time with the Nebraska State Historical Society as well as the University of Nebraska. The materials in Subgroup 1 are further divided into series which relate to the publication of <em>Red Cloud and the Sioux Problem</em>, <em>J. Sterling Morton</em>, the <em>History of Nebraska</em> and to various other writings, including articles, book reviews and speeches. Included are correspondence, research notes, and drafts of the manuscripts. Subgroup 2 consists of correspondence and subje

Image of 13000-50 - Print, Sarpy Trading Post; Frank Leslie's, June 5, 1858

13000-50 - Print, Sarpy Trading Post; Frank Leslie's, June 5, 1858

Partial page from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper showing a drawing of "The 'Old Trading House', in Bellevue, Nebraska Territory. Established in 1808" On the back of the encapsulation is a sticker that says that A.E. Sheldon identified the buildings as the Bellevue House Fur Trading Post, Blacksmith Shop, P.A. Sarpy residence, and Half Breed Cabin.

Image of 2013 - Belt, Beaded; Hearts; Floral; Geometric

2013 - Belt, Beaded; Hearts; Floral; Geometric

Loom woven beaded belt made of glass beads and cotton thread. The design features an elaborate geometric design that includes hearts, checkerboards, squares, diagonal bars and parallelograms. The beads used in the design are yellow, white, pink, clear, light blue and red. The ends of the threads are cut and tied into fringe at each end.

Image of 292P-1 - Portrait, Peter Sarpy, 1852; By Manuel Joachim de Franca, St. Louis, 1852

292P-1 - Portrait, Peter Sarpy, 1852; By Manuel Joachim de Franca, St. Louis, 1852

Half length portrait, of Peter Sarpy, full face turned right. Subject seated, dressed in tan coat over dark brown jacket with white shirt and black tie, holding rifle at his left. Group of buffalo in the background on the proper right. TECHNIQUE: oil on canvas

RG2026.PH - Collection, Photograph

This collection relates to the descendants of Joseph "Iron Eye" LaFlesche (1822-1889), the last recognized chief of the Omaha Indians. His children, Susette LaFlesche Tibbles, Dr. Susan LaFlesche Picotte, Rosalie LaFlesche Farley, and Francis LaFlesche, are particularly noteworthy. Material related to their activities is included in the collection. This collection is comprised of original photographs showing members and homes of the LaFlesche family. Images of the rooms in Susan LaFlesche Picotte's home provide examples of interiors in the first decade of the 1900s. The photographs date from 1854-1984, with the bulk of them dating from the 1880s to the 1910s.