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Chilocco Indian School

 Organization

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Buildings and ground. Chilocco Indian School., undated

 Item — Box: Photo I-1A, item: 5
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white original and copy prints of the Male and Female Cherokee Seminaries, the Chilocco Indian School, the Chickasaw Orphanage, Rock Academy, Collins Institute, and the Harley Institute.

Dates: undated

David Ross Boyd Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WHC-M-1982
Scope and Contents

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University of Oklahoma president. Correspondence (1899-1943) of Dr. Boyd regarding the establishment of the University of Oklahoma, and Boyd's tenure as its first president; speeches (n.d.) delivered by Boyd; newspaper clippings (-1957) regarding Boyd and the University; employment contracts (1892) between Boyd and the University's Board of Regents; certificates (1903-1924); obituaries and memorials (1936-1937); genealogies of the Boyd and Ross families; programs (1900-1909); songs, music and posters (1902-1907) from the University. Also included is a manuscript by Mary Alice Boyd, daughter of Dr. Boyd, describing the Boyds' years in Arkansas City, Kansas, and in Norman, Oklahoma. David Ross Boyd Photograph Collection is also in repository.

Dates: 1892-1957

Emma H. DeKnight Collection

 Item — Box: D-31
Identifier: WHC-M-969
Scope and Contents

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Teacher. A diary (1886-1892) kept by DeKnight, relating her experiences as a teacher at the Chilocco Indian School and the Otoe School at the Red Rock Indian Agency, both in Indian Territory. The primary emphasis of the diary is on the time Deknight spent among the Otos and includes a list (1887) of her Oto students.

Dates: 1886-1892

Hedy Steincamp Jackson Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WHC-M-2160
Scope and Contents

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Collector. Personal letters and postcards (1883-1956), greeting cards, news clippings, and marriage and death announcements (1872) concerning the Heagy family and related families, Adams, Minniear, and Lord. Rey F. Heagy was born in Campbelltown, PA and taught in the Indian Service at the Carlisle Indian School, Mt. Pleasant School and Chilocco Indian School. He was principal of Euchee Boarding School at Sapulpa, OK and Jones Academy in Hartshorne, OK. Mrs. Heagy was a home economics instructor at Chilocco Indian School and Jones Academy.

Dates: 1872-1958

Indian Schools Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WHC-P-1404
Scope and Contents

Black and white original and copy prints of the Male and Female Cherokee Seminaries, the Chilocco Indian School, the Chickasaw Orphanage, Rock Academy, Collins Institute, and the Harley Institute.

Dates: unknown

Jerry Whistler Snow Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WHC-M-697
Scope and Contents

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Correspondence (1893-1915) to and from various members of the Whistler family regarding life in Oklahoma Territory, describing a first ride in an automobile, sicknesses, diseases and quarantines, floods, Sac and Fox Indian dances and customs, the Sac and Fox Indian Agency and its Agent, Lee Patrick, the Chilicco Indian School, Wild West shows, and holiday celebrations. Correspondents include Maude Mayes Whistler, Pearl Mayes Whistler, and Gertrude Naden. Jerry Whistler Snow Photograph Collection also in repository.

Dates: 1893-1915