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Whipple, Amiel Weeks, 1818-1863



  • Existence: 1817-10-21 - 1863-05-07


American military officer and topographical engineer.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

David Sloan Stanley Journal, 1853

Identifier: MS-150
Scope and Contents

A diary of a journey from Fort Smith to San Diego in 1853 was kept by Lt. David Sloan Stanley who was accompanying Lt. A. W. Whipple on his assignment to locate the southern route for the Pacific Railroad. This diary appears to be the account of that expedition.

Dates: 1853

Oklahoma Historical Society, 1950 - 1951

Identifier: 2006.012.11
Scope and Contents

Program for an event honoring the donors of The Whipple Papers. The program is signed by the individual donors listed on its front page.

Program for an event honoring Partick J. Hurley and Charles Tompkins. The progream is signed by Hurley and Tompkins, on the inside pages.

Dates: Event: 1950 - 1951

William H. Strong Journal, 1878

Identifier: MC-1964-200
Scope and Contents

Subject matter: A guest of P. H. Sheridan, William E. Strong kept an interesting account of a hunting trip to Indian Territory in 1878. Gen. A. W. Whipple, a Colonel Moore, and Ben Clark, guide, were also in the hunting party. Strong gives a good description of Clark and there is a photograph of him. There are several excellent pen and ink sketches of wild turkeys.

Dates: 1878

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