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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

Certification of Translation

Description: Certification that the letter is a correct translation signed by Pricialla Buckley as the translator.
Date: September 27, 1911
Creator: Buckley, Pricialla H.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Statement by General Mariand Arista

Description: Statement by General Mariand Arista, commander of the Army Division of the North asking that Coyote be put in command of the Caddo people to maintain peace with the Mexicans and make warfare against the usurpers of Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Arista, Mariand
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Statement by G.W. Hill

Description: Statement by G. W. Hill asking for appointment of Ti-Nah, a Caddo, to be put in charge of his people.
Date: September 26, 1853
Creator: Hill, G.W.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Works Cited and Notes

Description: Works Cited and Notes for "Thomas L. McKenney and the Indian Boys he Educated"
Date: unknown
Creator: Foreman, Caroline Thomas
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Transcript of the Choctaw Chickasaw Observer

Description: Transcription of the Choctaw Chickasaw Observer which tells the story of two Confederate soldiers, the travels of Quantrill's band, and features works of romantic fiction.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

"Boom Town"

Description: Manuscript regarding the oil industry in Beggs, Oklahoma and the growth of the city. Includes a works cited and notes.
Date: unknown
Creator: Withers, Vicki
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

World's Fair Certificate

Description: New York World's Fair certificate for April 23, 1965 proclaiming that day Oklahoma Land Rush Day.
Date: April 23, 1965
Creator: 1964 New York World's Fair Corporation
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

New York World's Fair Certificate

Description: New York World's Fair certificate for July 30, 1965 proclaiming that day to be Oklahoma day.
Date: July 30, 1965
Creator: 1964 New York World's Fair Corporation
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Chickasaw Observer

Description: This collection concerns the story of two Confederates who fought, were wounded and captured at the 1st battle of Cabin Creek. The soldiers were hospitalized at Fort Gibson until they escaped and traveled to North Fork Town. Additionally, there is a story related from a member of Quntrill's and his travels through Missouri to the Choctaw Nation. Included are works of fiction concerning romances. The paper was produced at Boggy Depot during the Civil War.
Date: November 30, 1863
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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