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Potawatomi Indians

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Nesbitt, Margot Nesbitt, and Frank A. Rinehart Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WHC-P-898
Scope and Contents Black and white hand tinted original prints of Arapaho, Apache, Assiniboin, Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Cocopa, Crow, Flathead, Fox, Kiowa, Maricopa, Sac and Fox, Sioux, Tonkawa, Winnebago, Omaha, Ponca, Potawatomi, Pueblo, and Wichita Indians.
Dates: 1898-1899

Donald J. Berthrong Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WHC-M-745
Abstract History professor. Photocopies of correspondence of government officials regarding numerous Great Plains Indian tribes and their relations and treaties with the United States; treaties between these tribes and the United States; and maps of treaty areas and manuscripts regarding the Plains Indians.
Dates: 1750-1879

Doris Duke Indian Oral History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WHC-M-1931
Scope and Contents FULL FINDING AID (PDF)

Oral history collection. Typescripts of interviews conducted with hundreds of American Indians in Oklahoma regarding the histories and cultures of their respective tribes. Included are accounts of Indian ceremonies, customs, social conditions, philosophies, and standards of living. Members of every tribe resident in Oklahoma were interviewed.
Dates: 1967-1972

John J. Knox Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WHC-M-2607
Scope and Contents FULL FINDING AID (PDF)

Correspondence (1875) from U.S. Indian agent John J. Knox to his brother, William W. Knox of Clarkston, Michigan. John Knox writes from the "South West Corner Pottawatomie Reserve 165 miles from Muscogee, Ind. Ter." and describes the poor quality of the land on which the Potawatomi Indians reside, and their general living conditions.
Dates: 1875

Southern Plains Indian Agencies Collection

 Collection
Identifier: WHC-M-1087
Scope and Contents FULL FINDING AID (PDF)

Photocopies of correspondence (1804-1899) between U.S. Indian agents throughout the southern Great Plains region and various officials, regarding Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, Osage, Pawnee, Sac and Fox, Wichita and other Indian tribes. Correspondents include John Beach, Lawrie Tatum and Generals Townsend, Sheridan and Sherman.
Dates: 1804-1899