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GENERAL NATIVE AMERICAN MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
Smith, Micah Pearce Papers 1930-1936 .10 foot
Historian. Manuscripts (n.d.) written by Smith and entitled "The Seminole Presbyterian Mission," "Dr. Emmet Starr," and "Daniel Collins Home;" research notes (1930-1936) on the Oklahoma towns of Fred, Ninnekah, Chickasha, and Bloomfield, along with a biographical questionnaire relating to Rhoda Gunn Colbert Potts, Daniel Collins, and the Colbert family.
1. Typescript of “The Seminole Presbyterian Mission,” by Micah Pearce Smith, n.d.
2. Typescript entitled, “Daniel Collins Home.” Describes and gives history (circa 1850s-1930s) of the home of Daniel Collins near Colbert, Oklahoma, in Chickasaw Nation. The home figures prominently in Chickasaw Nation history.
3. Manuscript notes of an oral history interview about Rhoda (Gunn) Potts (1818-1876), possibly by Micah Pearce Smith, n.d. The interview gives genealogical details about Potts’ life and family history.
4. Manuscript biographical sketch of Dr. Emmet Starr by Micah Pearce Smith, 1930.
5. Correspondence, oral history interview, and miscellaneous notes by Micah Pearce Smith and Miss Maud Collins, 1936. All concern the Collins home in Colbert, Oklahoma, and the history of the Collins and related families of the Chickasaw Nation, circa 1850-1936.
6. Notes of Micah Pearce Smith about the history of Fred, Oklahoma. Collected by Smith in 1932-1933.
7. Booklet of notes on the history of Ninnekah, Oklahoma, by Micah Pearce Smith, n.d.
8. Two booklets of notes on the history of Chickasha, Oklahoma, by Micah Pearce Smith, n.d.
9. Booklet of notes on the history of Bloomfield, Oklahoma, by Micah Pearce Smith, n.d.
10. Two booklets of notes about Wiley Post by Micah Pearce Smith, n.d.