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Letter to George H. Johnson

Description: Letter to George H. Johnson in Stillwater, Oklahoma talking of some military companies in the Indian Territory during the Civil War. Includes reference to Company L. Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry.
Date: March 25, 1930
Creator: Spotts, D.L.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter to Mrs. Delores Floyd

Description: Letter to Mrs. Delores Floyd regarding the gift she gave to the State of Oklahoma. The letter mentions that the diary is a portion of the whole. The diary covers part of the Washita campaign of 1868.
Date: November 13, 1973
Creator: Shirk, George H.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Diary pages of George H. Johnson

Description: Diary of George H. Johnson. He writes about hunting, family, being in the military, and Indian Territory. He mentions General Custer, Black Kettle and crossing the Red River.
Date: unknown
Creator: Johnson, George H.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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