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Intruders or Injustice?

Description: Article chronicles how four men and their families traded with the Cherokees shortly after the Civil War, at a time where most Cherokees in the Indian Territories were still rebuilding their homes and livelihood. The article shows the hardships faced by both the Native Indians and the settlers.
Date: Winter 1970
Creator: McFadden, Marguerite
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Sequoyah Centennial

Description: Article details the many mysterious surrounding Sequoyah, the controversial figure who created the written Cherokee alphabet. He statue is one of the two statues representing Oklahoma that stands within the Capital Building in Washington, D.C.
Date: Spring 1921
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Northeastern's Seminary Hall

Description: Article chronicles the history of the building that hosted Seminary Hall, the first co-educational public seminary school in the world, located on the Northeastern State College campus.
Date: Winter 1973
Creator: Halliburton, R., Jr.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Trial of Ezekiel Proctor and the Problem of Judicial Jurisdiction

Description: Article narrates the events surrounding the "Tragedy of Goingsnake," a shootout that resulted in nine deaths and numerous wounded. The shootout resulted from a judicial jurisdiction dispute regarding the trial of Ezekiel Proctor, a Cherokee man charged with the murder of Polly Kesterson.
Date: Autumn 1970
Creator: Littlefield, Daniel F., Jr. & Underhill, Lonnie E.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Courts of the Cherokee Nation

Description: Article narrates the experiences of one lawyer who was licensed by the Old Cherokee Bar. He recounts how the Cherokee nation dealt with legal matters within the 19th Century.
Date: Spring 1924
Creator: Thompson, William P.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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