Koba Sketchbook at Plains Indian Ledger Art Project

Koba Sketchbook at Plains Indian Ledger Art Project

This sketchbook was made by Koba (Kiowa), a member of the group of 72 prisoners that Richard Henry Pratt educated at Fort Marion in Saint Augustine, Florida in the late 1870s. Koba later became a student at the Carlisle Indian School. This sketchbook includes multiple sketches related to education and captivity at Fort Marion.

This sketchbook is held by the Plains Ledger Art Digital Publishing Project, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California at San Diego; and was digitized by the Plains Indian Ledger Art project of the University of California at San Diego.

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