The University of Oklahoma's Western History Collections were established in 1927 to gather and preserve records for scholarly research in anthropology, Native American studies, Oklahoma history and the history of the American West. This guide describes manuscript collections which include papers from pioneers and later prominent citizens including businessmen, educators, Native American leaders, historians and anthropologists. The manuscripts cover a variety of subjects such as cowboys and the cattle industry, the Five Civilized Tribes, frontier life, missionaries in Indian Territory, the oil industry and the history of transportation in the West.A record book (1893-1913) listing Cobba#39;s patients and house calls and a brief biography of Cobb, written by her nephew. ... A document (1725) of proceedings before a royal notary concerning the death of a member of the Fourche family and his New World estate. ... Georgia (1816), the Confederate States of America ( 1863-1864), the states of Arkansas (1863) and North Carolina (1862), and by the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Guide to Manuscripts in the Western History Collections of the University of Oklahoma|
|Author||:||University of Oklahoma. Western History Collections|
|Publisher||:||University of Oklahoma Press - 2002|