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Western History Collections
Frank J. Boudinot Collection
1. Indian Chieftain: Editorial re: shooting of George Butler, June 15, 1893.
2. South McAlester Capital: Editorial on F.J. Boudinot, December 16, 1897.
3. South McAlester Capital: Editorial re: Boudinot's involvement in the "Cherokee Freedman Steal", December 16, 1897.
4. Fort Gibson Post: notice of a meeting at Boudinot's office to determine the bounds of Fort Gibson, March 10, 1898.
5. Claremore Progress: Editorial on F.J. Boudinot re: pursuit of his father, William Boudinot, March 26, 1898.
6. Wagoner Record: Cherokee Council protest against Frank Boudinot and others issuing a claim against the U.S. government on behalf of "Emigrant Cherokees", November 22, 1900.
7. Vinita Leader: Reply of Frank Boudinot to the Cherokee Council protest, January 29, 1903.
8. Sallisaw Star: Editorial on Frank Boudinot's reply to the Cherokee Council protest, January 30, 1903.
9. Durant Daily News: Election of Frank Boudinot as Chief of the Cherokees, November 23, 1905.
10. Muskogee Daily Phoenix: Chief Boudinot leaves for Washington, November 24, 1905.
11. Tahlequah Arrow: Editorial on message of Frank Boudinot, November 25, 1905.
12. Coalgate Courier: Editorial on Frank Boudinot re: former Chief Rogers protests Boudinot's election, November 30, 1905.
13. The Indian Journal: Editorial on Frank Boudinot, (called on President Teddy Roosevelt to settle the disputed chieftainship of the Cherokees), March 23, 1906.
14. Fort Gibson Post: Letter of Frank Boudinot re: Eastern Cherokee per capita payments, March 31, 1910.
15. Claremore Progress: Editorial on Keetowah meeting, April 14, 1900.
16. Wagoner Records: Meeting of Keetowahs, August 2, 1900.
17. Claremore Progress: Keetoowahs and the Cherokee claims fraud, November 17, 1900.
18. The Chelsea Reporter: Keetowahs refuse to enroll with the Dawes Commission, August 31, 1901.
19. Francis Banner: Frank Boudinot leads Keetowah enrollment with the Dawes Commission, November 21, 1901.
20. Cherokee Advocate: Keetowah society protests intermarried whites sharing in allotment of property, March 17, 1903.
21. Claremore Progress: National Party Activity, July 11, 1903.
22. Collinsville News: Keetowah society represents fullbloods in Washington on the Eastern and Self-Emigrant Cherokee fund, September 20, 1906.
23. Welch Watchman: Editorial on Keetowah society representing fullbloods in Washington on Cherokee fund claims, January 31, 1907.