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Tags: Cherokee Orphan Asylum

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Letter from William P. Ross in Fort Gibson to Jno. T. Adair concerning land for industrial school for orphans Native American; Cherokee 4026.1934 ink and pencil on paper
Letter from W. T. Adair in Vinita addressed to Uncle John concerning him living in Vinita and his reapplication for physician of the Cherokee Orphan Asylum Native American; Cherokee 4026.1990 ink on paper
Personal letter written from Kate Drew at the Orphan Asylum addressed to My Dear Sister Native American; Cherokee 4026.2001.1 ink on paper
Personal letter written from Kate Drew at Cherokee Orphan Asylum addressed to Sister Native American; Cherokee 4026.2001.2 ink on paper
Personal letter written from Kate Drew at the Orphan Asylum addressed to Sister Native American; Cherokee 4026.2001 ink on paper
Personal letter written from Kate Drew at Orphan Asylum addressed to My Dear Brother Native American; Cherokee 4026.2004 ink on paper
Letter from Jas. McKisick to Chief John Ross Jas. McKisick American 4026.1135 ink on paper
Letter from H. Medill to James M. McKisick H. Medill American 4026.1138-.1 ink on paper
Act of National Council to Ameliorate the Condition of Orphans Unknown Native American; Cherokee 4026.1392-.1 ink on paper