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Report of an Archaeological Site

Description: Article reports on an archaeological excavation that occurred on a private citizen's farm within Oklahoma. The site revealed a grass lodge that was home to several American Indian families in the past.
Date: Summer 1935
Creator: Antle, H. R.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Necrology, June 1935

Description: Column documenting biographical information about Oklahomans who have died, including James Monroe Hall who owned a business man whose endeavors helped shape the city of Tulsa and John Robert Williams who was a business man within the cattle industry.
Date: Summer 1935
Creator: Campbell, Harry & Peery, Dan W.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chitto Harjo

Description: Article is a historical sketch on Chitto Harjo (Crazy Snake) that was written by a student in high school and chosen for publication by the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Date: Summer 1935
Creator: Davis, Mace
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Augusta Robertson Moore

Description: Article documents the life of Augusta Robertson Moore as she grew up within the Creek Nation working alongside her family in the Presbyterian missions.
Date: Winter 1935
Creator: Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, 1872-1967
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

General Eli Lundy Huggins

Description: Article chronicles the life and accomplishments of General Eli Lundy Huggins. The general worked within the United States Army during the Civil War, the Philippine Insurrection, the Boxer Uprising in China, and in Indian Territory.
Date: Autumn 1935
Creator: Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, 1872-1967
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Necrology, March 1935

Description: Column documenting biographical information about Oklahomans who have died; this issue discusses Edward Merrick, a former member of the Dawes Commission and a representative from Muskogee county who served in the second legislature session of the state.
Date: Spring 1935
Creator: Foreman, Grant
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Journal of Elijah Hicks

Description: Article contains entries from the journal of Elijah Hicks, a delegate for the Cherokee tribe at a conference between the United States government and other tribes. This conference was hosted as an attempt to broker a peace between the state of Texas and the warring tribes of the west.
Date: Spring 1935
Creator: Foreman, Grant & Hicks, Elijah
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Old Council House

Description: Article explains the significance of the Old Council House of the Creek Nation as a historical landmark within the history of the Indian Territory. This building is where the annual meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society was held in 1935. Included is a poem paying tribute to the old building.
Date: Summer 1935
Creator: Hall, George Riley
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Governor Montfort Stokes

Description: Article details the military career of Governor Montfort Stokes, the only former Revolutionary soldier who is interred within Oklahoma.
Date: Autumn 1935
Creator: Meserve, John Bartlett, 1869-1943
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The McCurtains

Description: Article details how the McCurtain family rose to prominence and oversaw the daily operations of the Choctaw tribe as a dynasty of chiefs. These chiefs were charged with negotiation and signing treaties with other tribes and the United States federal government.
Date: Autumn 1935
Creator: Meserve, John Bartlett, 1869-1943
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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