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CHICKASAW NATION MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
Johnston, Douglas H. (1858-ca. 1940) Printed materials 1896-1936 1 foot
Indian chief. Typescripts of newspaper articles and editorials (1896-1936) regarding Johnston as governor of the Chickasaw Nation and issues such as tribal government, land, mineral resources, finances, claims, education, and the ownership of slaves.
1. Purcell Register, November 12, 1896: "Editorial on D.H. Johnston" and E.B. Henshaw. Regarding their attendance at the Chickasaw Legislature.
2. Claremore Progress, April 2, 1898: "The Five Tribes in Congress" Regarding bills and appropriations in Congress concerning the Five Civilized Tribes.
3. South McAlester Capital, May 5, 1898: "News Item of D.H. Johnston" Regarding his nomination as a candidate for governor of the Chickasaw Nation by the National Party.
4. Marietta Monitor, August 19, 1898: "Election of D.H. Johnston" as governor of the Chickasaw Nation; "Editorial on Election of D.H. Johnston".
5. Indian Citizen, September 15, 1898: "Annual Message of Gov. D.H. Johnston" to a joint session of the Chickasaw Legislature.
6. Fort Gibson Post, October 6, 1898: "Message of Governor Johnston" (sic), an article discussing some of the points Johnston made in his speech.
7. Cherokee Vindicator, November 11, 1898: "The Chickasaw-Choctaw Council". Regarding a Choctaw timber mill.
8. Claremore Progress, November 19, 1898: "Editorial on D.H. Johnston" and Dawes Commission matters.
9. Indian Citizen, December 22, 1898: "Message of Governor D.H. Johnston" to a joint session of the Chickasaw Legislature. Regarding citizenship cases and other matters of importance to the Chickasaw Nation.