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Alexander Posey Papers, 1889-1907

Identifier: MC-1949-178

Scope and Contents

The papers consist of poems in his own hand, manuscripts, legal documents, a scrap book, a journal kept while he was Superintendent of the Creek Orphan Home at Okmulgee, personal letters, and transcripts of biographical material.


  • 1889 - 1907


Conditions Governing Access

Access is by appointment only.

Biographical / Historical

Alexander Posey was an educator, journalist and poet, politician, and editor of the Indian Journal, published at Eufaula, Indian Territory. His mother was a Creek.

He was employed as a clerk by the Dawes Commission and was secretary of the Sequoyah Constitutional Convention at Muskogee in 1905.


171 items

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Physical Description

As in other large collections, the conĀ­dition of the papers varies greatly. Some are very fragile, while others are in good shape.
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Repository Details

Part of the Helmerich Center for American Research at Gilcrease Museum. Repository

1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Rd.
Tulsa Ok 74127