Adair, Ephraim Martin, 1836-1882
- Existence: 1836-03-01 - 1882-05-08
Married Sallie Starr. Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Stilwell, Oklahoma.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed letter from Charles Thompson to Ephraim Martin Adair regardomg the case of Cherokee Nation vs. Too-tah-ah-ner Bigbullet for the murder of Solomon Townsend.
Store record account book for Ephraim Martin Adair, (1975.006.5.Cherokee.002a) Account book also includes: a registry receipt for the Tahlequah Post Office (1975.006.5.Cherokee.002j), and various other receipts and fragments (1975.006.5.Cherokee.002b-i and 1975.006.5.Cherokee.002k-l).
Handwritten and signed letter from Ephraim Martin Adair to Mrs E.M. Adair, purported to be Louvina Jane Lewis, regarding family news and the Damson and McKee case.
Handwritten letter from Ephraim Martin Adair to an unknown recipient.
Official notification of Ephraim Martin Adair's election to the office of Judge of the Supreme Court and Chief Justice of the Cherokee Nation.
Official notification of Ephraim Martin Adair's election to the office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Cherokee Nation.
Handwritten and signed letter from William F. Rasmus, Assistant Executive Secretary, to Ephraim Martin Adair regarding the appointment of David Landrum of the Delaware District as associate justice to the Supreme Court.
Handwritten and signed letter from William Penn Adair (cousin to Adair) to Ephraim Martin Adair regarding bread money bill being passed by the Senate.
Handwritten and signed letter fragment from William Penn Adair to Ephraim Martim Adair regarding Cherokee relations with the U.S. government.