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CHEROKEE NATION MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
Boudinot, W. P. (d. 1898) Printed materials 1870-1899 .25 foot
Editor. Typescripts of articles (1870-1899), by or about W. P. Boudinot, from various Cherokee Indian newspapers and relating to the Indian policy of the federal government, the Cherokee Orphan Asylum, land transfers, and railroads in Indian Territory.
Box 1 All items are typescripts of newspaper articles:
1. Letter of fair play to W.P. Boudinot, Esq. Cherokee Advocate, June 18, 1870. Re: railroad in Indian Territory.
2. Memorial of Cherokee National and Editorial on Memorial Address. Cherokee Advocate, July 8, 1871. Re: E.C. Boudinot vs. U.S.
3. Letters of W.P. Boudinot, W.P. Ross, et al to the president of the Board of Trustees. Cherokee Advocate, April 18, 1874. Re: Cherokee Orphan Asylum.
4. Letter of W.P. Boudinot to the editor of the Cherokee Advocate. Cherokee Advocate, May 30, 1874. Re: interview with President U.S. Grant on Indian Policy (peace policy), a territorial government for Indians, and railroads in Indian Territory.
5. Editorial on W.P. Boudinot. Cherokee Advocate, March 1, 1876. Re: Boudinot becoming editor of the paper.
6. Editorial on W.P. Boudinot. Cherokee Advocate, November 18, 1876. Re: claims by Old Settler Cherokees.
7. A letter to W.P. Boudinot. Cherokee Advocate, March 7, 1877. Re: the removal of the Pawnees to the Cherokee Strip.
8. Letter of W.P. Boudinot to the editor. The Indian Chieftain, April 7, 1884. Re: claims of Old Settler Cherokees.
9. Col. W. P. Boudinot. The Cherokee Telephone, July 3, 1890. Re: W.P. Boudinot's efforts to gather information on the Cherokees so that he could write a history of them.