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Western History Collections
W. P. Boudinot Collection
Box 1 All items are typescripts of newspaper articles:
1. Letter of fair play to W.P. Boudinot, Esq. Cherokee Advocate, June 18, 1870. Re: railroad in Indian Territory.
2. Memorial of Cherokee National and Editorial on Memorial Address. Cherokee Advocate, July 8, 1871. Re: E.C. Boudinot vs. U.S.
3. Letters of W.P. Boudinot, W.P. Ross, et al to the president of the Board of Trustees. Cherokee Advocate, April 18, 1874. Re: Cherokee Orphan Asylum.
4. Letter of W.P. Boudinot to the editor of the Cherokee Advocate. Cherokee Advocate, May 30, 1874. Re: interview with President U.S. Grant on Indian Policy (peace policy), a territorial government for Indians, and railroads in Indian Territory.
5. Editorial on W.P. Boudinot. Cherokee Advocate, March 1, 1876. Re: Boudinot becoming editor of the paper.
6. Editorial on W.P. Boudinot. Cherokee Advocate, November 18, 1876. Re: claims by Old Settler Cherokees.
7. A letter to W.P. Boudinot. Cherokee Advocate, March 7, 1877. Re: the removal of the Pawnees to the Cherokee Strip.
8. Letter of W.P. Boudinot to the editor. The Indian Chieftain, April 7, 1884. Re: claims of Old Settler Cherokees.
9. Col. W. P. Boudinot. The Cherokee Telephone, July 3, 1890. Re: W.P. Boudinot's efforts to gather information on the Cherokees so that he could write a history of them.
10. Col. W.P. Boudinot. The Fort Gibson Post, April 23, 1898. Re: travel of W.P. Boudinot to Kansas City to receive treatment for addiction to morphine.
11. Col. W.P. Boudinot. The Fort Gibson Post, June 23, 1898. Re: statement by Frank J. Boudinot that he believed his father (W.P. Boudinot) had committed suicide.
12. Story of the strange disappearance of W.P. Boudinot. The Vinita Leader, February 23, 1899.