Florence Barbara Seibert was born in Easton, Pennsylvania on October 1897 (d. August She was an American biochemist known for isolating a pure form of tuberculin used in the standard TB test. She is a member of the U. National Womens Hall of Fame.
This very early photo of a Colville mother and her infant child was taken by the Corps of Royal Engineers, likely near Spokane. The baby is wrapped in the traditional way on a cradleboard. The original name of the Colville tribe is unknown - at
jpg: Cherokee Chief of the Oconostota's remains were uncovered during the archaeological digs around the site of Chota for the Tellico Reservoir impoundment. His burial site was at the front door of the Chota Council House.