Manuscript of The Murrell Home by Arlene Holeman. A research theme submitted to fill requirement of English 123 at Northeastern State College, May 1955.
“The Murrell House,” from The Star-Citizen, Tahlequah Oklahoma. Shows photograph of Murrell House in 1954, May 1954.
“Restoration of Murrell Home Progresses,” by Lorena L. Travis. Shows photograph of Murrell House in 1901, and portrait of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Murrell, n.d.
5. Civil War discharge papers for Robert Ross and Jacob Pyburn, 1865; and part of a blank document for an oath of identity.
6. a) New Echota, Capital of the Cherokee Nation, 1825-1830. A Report to the Georgia Historical Commission, by Henry T. Malone, Department of History at University of Georgia. October 18, 1953
b) Letter from Henry T. Malone regarding the New Echota Restoration Project.
7. a) A report on the Park Hill Centennial, n.d.
b) A map showing historic sites in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, n.d.
8. Tsa-La-Gi' Ga-Nah-Se-Da' (The Cherokee Ambassador), Volume 1, Number 2. July 1954. Headlines include:
“Chief Keeler to Retain Position”
“New Indian Agent and Assistant at Muskogee”
“Cherokee Drama a Possibility”
“Keetoowahs Elect Slate”
“Chuculate Full-Time Foundation Employee”
“Standing of Cherokee Claims”
“Cherokee National Holiday September 6”
Plus current events, editorials, and health sections
9. “The Indian No Problem,” by Captain Pratt. Read before the Women's New Century Club of Philadelphia, January 19, 1896.
10. A handwritten list of admitted freedmen, including the age and gender of each person listed, n.d.