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History Tablets

Description: Article explains the importance of documenting history through narrating the vastness of the state of Oklahoma's history.
Date: Summer 1933
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The William Penn Elm Tree

Description: Article is a speech given by Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson when she donated an elm tree to the University of Tulsa to commemorate the famous treaty made between William Peen and the Delaware tribe.
Date: Summer 1933
Creator: Lawson, Roberta Campbell
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

J. J. McAlester

Description: Article details how J. J. McAlester found coal within McAlester county in Oklahoma, as told from the author's perspective who was a confidante of the explorer.
Date: Summer 1933
Creator: Nesbitt, Paul
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Mexican Kickapoos: Part II

Description: Article continues to detail how the United States federal government dealt with an invading faction of Kickapoos who emigrated from Mexico to reside in Texas. Included are correspondences between the government officials tasked with this operation.
Date: Summer 1933
Creator: Buntin, Martha
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

One Hundred Years Ago in the Region of Tulsa

Description: Article reports on the conditions of the Indian Territory as told by surveyors a hundred years from the date this article was published. These surveyors were tasked with determining whether the region was fit enough to relocate the Creek tribes to after their removal from the east.
Date: Summer 1933
Creator: Gardner, James H.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Notes and Documents, Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 11, Number 2, June 1933

Description: Notes and Documents section for Volume 11, Number 2, June 1933. It includes the minutes for the quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society held on April 27, 1933, resolutions passed by the historical society regarding the deaths of John Hazelton Cotteral and James C. Thompson.
Date: Summer 1933
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Necrology, Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 11, Number 2, June 1933

Description: Necrology section for Volume 11, Number 1, June 1933. It includes a resolution honoring the fourteen society members who passed since the last necrology section was published. Also included are documents honoring Peter Hanraty, Frank Nicholas Korn, Benjamin Franklin Creason, Jessie Robb Hobart, Mrs. Anna DeWees Fears, Mrs. Kate Edwards Bemo-Mitchell, and Mrs. Sarah Motley Anderson Scott.
Date: Summer 1933
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Lee Cruz: Resoultion

Description: Article memorials the second governor of Oklahoma, Lee Cruce, through a resolution made by the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Date: Spring 1933
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Necrology, Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 11, Number 3, September 1933

Description: Necrology section for Volume 11, Number 3, September 1933. It includes documents honoring Charles Henry Tully, businessman within the mercantile business and a school board member; Annette Ross Hume, a missionary within Indian Territory; Judge Bayard Taylor Hainer, a former federal attorney; and James Edward Finney, a guard for emigrating American Indians.
Date: Autumn 1933
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Chouteaus

Description: Article is a letter from a member of the Chouteau family disproving statements made by the Oklahoma Historical Society regarding Madame Marie Therese Chouteau's relationship with Pierre Laclede Liguest.
Date: Summer 1934
Creator: Demenil, Alexander N.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Tribute to the Pioneer

Description: Article explains the events and resolutions passed by the Oklahoma Historical Society that honor the buildings and people who lived during the state's pioneer days.
Date: Summer 1934
Creator: Hobble, H.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Necrology, Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 12, Number 2, June 1934

Description: Necrology section for Volume 12, Number 2, June 1934. It includes documents honoring W. A. Ledbetter, a member of the Oklahoma Historical Society; Timothy John Leahy, a former teacher and lawyer; Judge Ralph Emerson Campbell, the first United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Oklahoma; James Hughart Nixon Cobb, a former soldier and teacher; and Lafayette Jones Akers, a delegate to the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention.
Date: Summer 1934
Creator: Stuart, H. L. & Meserve, John Bartlett, 1869-1943
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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