University of Oklahoma Libraries Western History Collections
CHEROKEE NATION MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
Piburn, Anne Ross Papers 1883-1958 .25 foot
Collector. Programs (1937-1958) of the yearly reunions of Cherokee seminary graduates; a report (1955) regarding the old Murrell home in Tahlequah, Indian Territory; a report (1953) regarding New Echota, Cherokee Nation; a publication (1954) of the Cherokee Foundation, Inc. entitled Tsa La Gi' Ga Nah Se Da'; an undated list of freedmen granted Cherokee citizenship; and memorials (1883-1899) of the Cherokee Nation and its delegation to the U.S. Congress.
1. Homecoming programs of the Cherokee Seminaries Students Association of Northeastern State College (Formerly the Cherokee Nation Female Seminary). Located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 1937, 1938, 1947, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1958.
Brochure from Northeastern Teachers College, featuring photographs of the college's resident halls, administration building, and dedication ceremony for the Cherokee National Female Seminary in 1889, n.d.
2. Genealogical data on the Ross family. Notebook includes handwritten notes by C. M. "Abbie" Conner tracing the Ross family, the England family and Cherokee chiefs. Also includes a description of an early Cherokee treaty, n.d.
Printed family trees of the Ross and Coody families, n.d.
Handwritten family trees of the Ross family, n.d.
Funeral notice and obituary of Robert Bruce Ross, 1930.
3. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings:
“A Christmas Greeting,” by Edgar Guest, a poem to his mother, December 1917.