Anne Ross Piburn Collection
Scope and Contents
FULL FINDING AID (PDF)
Programs (1937-1958) of the yearly reunions of graduates of Cherokee seminaries; a report (1955) regarding the old Murrell Home in Tahlequah, Oklahoma; a report (1953) regarding New Echota, Georgia; a publication (1954) of the Cherokee Foundation, Inc., entitled Tsa-La-Gi' Ga-Nah-Se-Da'; an undated list of freedmen granted Cherokee citizenship; and memorials (1883-1899) of the Cherokee Nation and its delegation to the U.S. Congress. Anne Ross Piburn Photograph Collection also in repository.
- Creation: 1883-1958
Restrictions on Access
On June 26, 2023, the Western History Collections began a preservation project that has made many of its collections unavailable for a period of time. This collection is among the materials temporarily unavailable. Please contact Western History Collections if you wish to be added to a contact list to be notified when this collection becomes available.
Available for public access.
.3 Cubic Feet (.3 ft.)
Language of Materials
Ownership and Custodial History
Gift of Jay L. Hargett.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Papers: Source of acquisition--Hargett, Jay. Method of acquisition--Gift; Date of acquisition--1961.
- Piburn, Anne Ross (Person)
- Cherokee Seminaries Student Association (Organization)
- Northeastern State College (Okla.) -- : Publications. (Organization)
Genre / Form
- New Echota (Ga.)
- Park Hill (Okla.)
- Park Hill (Okla.) -- History -- 19th century
- Tahlequah (Okla.) -- History
- Cherokee Indians -- Education
- Cherokee Indians -- Government relations
- Cherokee Indians -- Relations with Afro-Americans
- Freedmen -- Cherokee Nation
- Freedmen -- Oklahoma
- Indians of North America -- Government relations
- Indians of North America -- Relations with Afro-Americans
- Schools -- Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma
- Description rules
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Code for undetermined script
Part of the Western History Collections Repository
630 Parrington Oval
Norman Oklahoma 73019 United States