Indians of North America -- Indian Territory -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of the Robertson and Worcester families, 1815-1932
Scope and Contents Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, Creek (Muskogee) tribal materials, scrapbooks, photos, memorabilia and printed matter, pertaining to Samuel Austein Worcester, missionary to the Cherokees, his daughter Anna Eliza Worcester Roberston, his granddaughter Alice Mary Robertson, her father William Schenck Roberson, other members of her family, the reverent Timothy Hill, Robert McGill Loughridge, John Lowrie, James C. Pilling, and Pleasant Porter. Concerns missions, indian education, printing...
Dates: 1815 - 1932
John M. Oskison manuscript of Unconquerable:
Identifier: E99.C5-O85 1936 Ovrsz
Scope and Contents
Unconquerable: The story of John Ross, Chief of the Cherokees. Typed manuscript with handwritten corrections of John Oskison's unpublished biography of John Ross, Chief of the Cherokee Nation from 1828 to 1866. Together with the manuscript is a check for 25 dollars from J.B. Milam to John Oskison dated 1943, presumably in payment for the manuscript.
Robert W. DeMoss manuscripts, Undated
Scope and Contents
The papers consist of the typescripts for "Angie Debo: Link to the Battle of Round Mountain" and "Location of Round Mountain and Caving Banks".
Samuel Austin Worcester papers, 1831-1868
Scope and Contents In this collection there is only one original item: the agreement of the “Old Settlers” Council to follow him, with certain stipulations, to set up his press at the forks of the Illinois. Instead Worcester located the press at Union Mission where there was a building available. After little more than a year’s time, it was moved to Park Hill.The remainder of the collection, dated from 1831 to 1868, consists of typescripts and Photostats of letters from his wife, Ann; his...
Dates: 1831 - 1868