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Letter to Mr. Covington from R.H. Pratt regarding prisoners at Fort Marion

Description: Letter regarding the prisoners at Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida. The letter mentions the delivery of moccasins to the prisoners as well as lamenting the short terms of the Indian agents which is a detriment to the running of the agencies. The letter also mentions the living arrangements for the prisoners.
Date: August 14, 1875
Creator: Pratt, R.H.
Partner: United States National Archives and Records Administration

Letter from George Ainslie to Robert Nail

Description: Letter from George Ainslie to Robert Nail regarding a list of those who attended Good Water school for term beginning October 1858, a new teacher, and other similar matters.
Date: August 25, 1859
Creator: Ainslie, George
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from K. McCurtain to Robert Nail

Description: Letter from K. McCurtain to Robert Nail regarding matters of the General Council, separation, and standing debts
Date: August 5, 1859
Creator: McCurtain, K.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from Robert Nail to Margaret C. Nail

Description: Letter from Robert Nail to Margaret C. Nail regarding the difficulty in his travels to Memphis and on to Washington.
Date: August 1, 1860
Creator: Nail, Robert
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from Edward J. Nail to Robert Nail

Description: Letter from Edward J. Nail to Robert Nail regarding the present situation of the Choctaw Nation and his schooling in Russellville, Kentucky.
Date: August 19, 1857
Creator: Nail, Edward J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from K. McCurtain to Robert Nail

Description: Letter from K. McCurtain to Robert Nail regarding payment to persons for boarding, clothing and tuition.
Date: August 24, 1858
Creator: McCurtain, K.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Frank Frantz

Description: A 1901 letter from Vice President Theodore Roosevelt to Frank Frantz regarding sending a letter and mentioning their reunion was pleasant. Roosevelt refers to Frantz as "Captain." Frantz served as a captain in Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War. Approximately a year after this letter was written, Roosevelt became the U.S. President when President McKinley was assassinated. On his visits to the White House, Frantz, an athlete and a boxer, engaged in several matches with the president, knocking him out on three occasions.
Date: August 20, 1901
Creator: Roosevelt, Theodore
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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