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CHOCTAW NATION MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
Harrison, William H. (1876-1929) Printed materials 1901-1937 5 items
Indian chief. Typescripts of speeches and correspondence (1901-1937) by Harrison, a principal chief of the Choctaws, on the subject of the allotment of Choctaw lands.
1. South McAlester Capital, July 25, 1901: "Letter of Wm. H. Harrison to the Indian Citizens" re: delay in Choctaw allotments and how it is costly to the Choctaws.
2. "An Address to the Choctaw People" by Wm. H. Harrison, Principal Chief, setting forth the condition of Choctaw affairs (October 3, 1927).
3. "An Address to the Choctaw People" by Wm. H. Harrison, Principal Chief. re: setting forth the condition of Choctaw affairs (October 1, 1928).
4. Resolution of the Indian Memorial Association in honor of William H. Harrison (October 17, 1929). This resolution gives a brief sketch of Harrison's political career in the Choctaw Nation.
5. Biographical sketch of William H. Harrison, from a letter of Mrs. William H. Harrison (February 27, 1937).