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Andrew Jackson Papers, 1813-1847

Identifier: MC-1954-109

Scope and Contents

Ten of these items are letters, two of them addressed to his wife, Rachel. Other letters are mostly concerned with military matters, one addressed to James Calhoun who was at the time Secretary of War. Jackson writes to Gov. William Schley of Georgia informing him that "Jessup has not delivered the Creek prisoners to the State of Georgia." Also included are a number of badly faded photostats.

Interesting item: In a letter written to Governor Lumpkin, May 28, 1835, Jackson states that he has had his last negotiation with the Cherokees "... if they pursue the wicked and selfish council of John Ross that must lead to their destruction."


  • 1813 - 1847


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access is by appointment only.


12 items

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Many of these papers are in extremely fragile condition; some of them have come apart where they have been folded. There are some typescripts.
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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