Tags: John Ross

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Affidavit of John Ross and John Drew stating Sally Guess is widow of George Guess (Sequoyah) Sequoyah; , John Ross; , John Drew Native American; Cherokee 4426.273a-b ink on paper
Resolution of Council authorizing John Ross to engage a person to prosecute treaty claims of Eastern Cherokees John Ross Native American; Cherokee 4026.5447-.4 ink on paper
Leaflet advertising Carolyn Thomas Forman's publication titled Park Hill, Oklahoma Native American; Cherokee 5327.333 ink on paper
Newspaper clipping concerning 1859 oil strike in Mayes County Native American; Cherokee 4127.7 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, Grand Saline, Cherokee Nation listing delegates in Washington and Neighbors Native American; Cherokee 4026.285.1 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, written on board a Steamboat from St. Louis to Fort Gibson with Uncle John Ross Native American; Cherokee 4026.284-.1 ink on paper
Letter to Lewis Ross from Henry Ross, Nazareth Hall, mentioning John Ross and two family photos received Native American; Cherokee 4026.278 ink on paper
Letter to Lewis Ross from Henry C. Ross, Nazareth Hall, discussing the rebels stealing of provisions and if the family was all right Native American; Cherokee 4026.275 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Uncle John Ross, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with more information on conditions in the Cherokee Nation Native American; Cherokee 4026.273 ink on paper
Letter written by Lewis Ross, Fort Gibson, to his son, Henry Ross, with mention of a Captain Tallallah, and review of conditions in the Cherokee Nation Native American; Cherokee 4026.272.1 ink on paper
Letter from Lewis Ross to his son, Henry C. Ross concerning his visit to Henry's school in July. Henry is to give a Cherokee Speech, and other family members will be there Native American; Cherokee 4026.270 ink on paper
Letter from Henry C. Ross to his father, Lewis Ross regarding personal things Native American; Cherokee 4026.268 ink on paper
Letter from Henry C. Ross at Nazareth Hall to Lewis Ross regarding school, as well as concern for the Cherokees back in the Nation. Native American; Cherokee 4026.267 ink on paper
Letter from Lewis Ross to his son, Henry C. Ross who is in school, with personal greetings and five dollars enclosed. Native American; Cherokee 4026.265 ink on paper
Letter from Henry C. Ross to his father, Lewis Ross regarding his concern for the Cherokee people in the Nation, being killed by the Rebels Native American; Cherokee 4026.261-.1 ink on paper
Letter from Henry C. Ross in Philadelphia to 'Papa' Lewis Ross describing some boys who got into trouble Native American; Cherokee 4026.257.3-.4 ink on paper
Typescript essay entitled "The Removal of the Cherokee" by John Madden Native American; Cherokee 4027.5291 ink on paper
Letter from John Ross to Pierce M. Butler regarding Cherokee warriors entitled to pensions Native American; Cherokee 4026.1601 ink on paper
Note from John Ross to Mr. Dutcher concerning the delivery of a public wheel Native American; Cherokee 4026.1615 ink on paper
Petition sign by 32 Cherokee asking Chief John Ross to declare a day of public thanksgiving Native American; Cherokee 4026.1640 ink on paper