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CHEROKEE NATION MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
Carselowey, James Manford Papers 1859-1937 3 items
Historian. A manuscript (1883) containing instructions to the Cherokee National Council's Washington, D.C., delegation as approved by D. W. Bushyhead, principal chief; a typescript concerning a flowing oil well brought in during 1859 in the Cherokee Nation; and correspondence (1937) describing the history of Grand River Dam in Oklahoma.
1. Typescript: "Cherokee Nation had First Flowing Oil Well in 1859," by James Manford Carselowey, n.d.
Correspondence to Carselowey from H.C. Holderman, titled "History of Grand River Dam," August 16, 1937.
Typescript: "An Act Instructing the Delegation of Washington, D.C." December 15, 1883. Two copies.
2. Manuscript copy of "An Act Instructing the Delegation to Washington, D.C.", signed by Dennis W. Bushyhead, December 15, 1883.