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Osage Indians -- Missions

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Records:

"Hopefield Presbyterian Mission"

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH MS P995
Overview This collection contains newspaper clippings from the March 30, 1951 Oswego Independent written by Wayne A. O'Connell, detailing the history of Hopefield Presbyterian Mission in Labette County, Kansas from 1819 to 1950. The collection also contains printed photos of Dr. William Comb Requa and John McCoy, as well as an illustration of William Sherley Williams. Terms and language used in the collection is representative of when the text was created and has not...
Dates: March 30, 1951

Lease agreements for land in the Osage Reservation, Indian Territory and related correspondence

Call Number: RH MS 514

Contractual agreements and related notes and correspondence concerning lease of land in the Osage Reservation of Indian Territory (later the state of Oklahoma) for purposes of cattle grazing and oil and gas exploration. Includes agreements with Independence, Kansas banker Henry Vernon Foster and with Crane & Larimer, also of Independence, Kansas.

Dates: 1883 - 1896

Osage Mission ledger books

Call Number: RH MS G7

Various account books with the Osage Nation.

Dates: 1851 - 1857

William Whites Graves papers

Call Number: RH MS 922

The papers of St. Paul, Kansas newspaper editor and historian William Whites Graves contain research files from which he authored books concerning the history of the Catholic Church in early Kansas, including the history of Osage Mission (which later became the community of St. Paul), the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas, and the Greenbush Parish of Crawford County, Kansas. Included are Graves' correspondence files, which include family correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs.

Dates: 1857 - 1951