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Tullahassee Mission (Okla.)


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Althea Leah Bierbower Bass Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WHC-M-31
Scope and Contents


Historian. Manuscript essays (1847-1850) written by Sarah Worcester, a daughter of Samuel A. and Ann Orr Worcester, missionaries to the Cherokees, while a student at Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, along with a typed manuscript biography (1955) of Alice M. Robertson, Oklahoma's first Congresswoman, authored by Bass, and entitled "The Inheritance of Alice Robertson.".

Dates: 1847-1955

James Ross Ramsay Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-1218
Scope and Contents


Missionary. A typescript of Ramsay's autobiography, in which he recounts his education and experiences as a Presbyterian missionary among the Seminoles, hardships during the Civil War, and accounts of medical treatments.

Dates: ca. 1890

Mrs. John B. Lilley Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-1204
Scope and Contents


Missionary. A typescript of a diary kept by Mrs. Lilley, the wife of John B. Lilley, a Presbyterian missionary to the Seminole Indians. The diary describes the Lilleys' arrival among the Seminole, the hardships of living in Indian Territory, problems with slaves, friction between the Creeks and the Seminoles, and tensions prior to the Civil War.

Dates: 1842-1857

Samuel W. Robertson Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-1219
Scope and Contents


Teacher. Correspondence (1876-1939), mostly between Robertson and his parents, William S. and Ann Eliza Worcester Robertson, Presbyterian missionaries to the Creek Indians, regarding family life and activities at Tullahassee Mission, Indian Territory; and an autobiography of Samuel W. Robertson and biographical information on his parents.

Dates: 1876-1939

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Autobiographies 2
Creek Indians -- Languages 2
Creek Indians -- Missions 2
Indians of North America -- Education 2
Missions -- Indian Territory 2