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Kent Frizzell Wounded Knee papers, 1971-1981

 Collection
Identifier: 1978-008
Scope and Contents Consists of the correspondence, documents, newspaper and magazine articles, photographs and miscellaneous materials associated with the Occupation of Wounded Knee, South Dakota (1973), where Frizzell served as Chief Government Negotiator in the capacity of Assistant Attorney General (Land and Natural Resources Division, U. S. Department of Justice) and later as Solicitor, U. S. Department of the Interior.
Dates: 1971 - 1981

Robert B. Pickering manuscripts

 Item
Identifier: 2019.051
Content Description Typescript drafts for Seeing the White Buffalo; typescript draft for The Visual Guide to Occidente Shaft Tomb Ceramic Figures plus a mock-up of the hardcover edition of Shaft Tombs and Figures in West Mexican Society: A Reassessment; and typescripts and images for Peace Medals: Negotiating Power in Early America, a Gilcrease Museum catalog with several contributors including Robert Pickering.
Typescripts, color prints of digital images, mock-up of a hardbound book.
Dates: Publication: 1996 - 2016

Treaties between the United States of America and American Indian Nations

 Collection
Identifier: 1976-029-1-2
Content Description Official, printed treaty documents.

Scope and Contents
Dates: Publication: 1785 - 1902

Washakie manuscript, 1930

 Collection
Identifier: 1500-001-19
Scope and Contents Washakie: An Account of Indian Resistance of the Covered Wagon and Union Pacific Railroad Invasions of Their Territory: Unbound typescript with autograph revisions, corrections, and editor's marks, and additional text pasted on. Included are specimen copies of the frontispiece; title page; preliminary pages; table of contents; list of illustrations; illustrations; and bibliography; with further autograph revisions and corrections.
Dates: 1930

Zachary Taylor Letters, 1836-1848

 Collection
Identifier: MC-1964-203
Scope and Contents These papers are all letters dealing chiefly with Indian affairs. In a letter written from Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien, July 19, 1836, and addressed to Capt. William M. Boyce, U.S. Army, he remarks about the deplorable condition of the Indians, calling them ". . . miserable naked and half-starved Indians who have been driven to desperation by the most villainous acts of the greatest set of harpies that ever existed, and who have been countenanced by the govt in cheating, swindling &...
Dates: 1836 - 1848