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Brown, John F., 1843-1919


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Jacob Harrison Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-1053
Scope and Contents


Typescripts of newspaper articles concerning Harrison's impeachment and removal from office as Chief of the Seminoles and his replacement by John Brown.

Dates: 1905

John F. Brown Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: WHC-M-63
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Typescripts of mining and grazing leases, Dawes Commission proceedings, correspondence, business papers, and editorials concerning John F. Brown, a businessman and Principal Chief of the Seminoles from 1877-1902.

Dates: 1870-1907

Virgil Berry Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-36
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Physician. Clippings of Dr. Berry's column in the OKMULGEE DAILY TIMES; copies of the American Medical Association Delegates Handbooks and Program (1908); and a typescript memoir entitled "Experiences of a Pioneer Doctor in Indian Territory" in which Berry describes his medical practices in Chouteau, Oklahoma (1890), in Wagoner, Oklahoma (1891-1898), where he was the town's first physician, as physician to the Seminole tribe (1898-1901), and in Okmulgee, Oklahoma (1909-1947). Virgil Berry Photograph Collection also in repository.

Dates: 1895-1953

Works Progress Administration Historic Sites and Federal Writers' Project Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-1234
Scope and Contents FULL FINDING AID (PDF) Book-length manuscripts, research and project reports, and administrative records generated by the W.P.A. Historic Sites and Federal Writers' Projects for Oklahoma during the 1930's. Arranged by county and by subject, there are reports on biographies, birthplaces and homes of prominant Oklahomans, business enterprises and industries, judicial centers, banks and banking, Masonic orders, soil conservation, and land runs; on historic sites, including cemeteries and burial sites, churches and missions, schools, towns and ghost towns, post offices, roads and trails, stage coaches and stagecoach lines, ranches, ruins and antiquities, bridges, crossings and ferries, battlefields, trading posts and stores, military posts and camps, and the state parks; on Indians of North America in Oklahoma, including agencies and reservations, treaties,...
Dates: 1937-1941