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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Untitled typescript page describing hangings on the Red River Native American; Choctaw 4027.4594 ink on paper
Letter from Lewis Ross in Washington D.C. to his son, Henry Ross in Pennsylvania Native American; Cherokee 4026.260 ink on paper
A statement signed by six persons of the Indian Council Native American; Cherokee 5126.474 ink on paper
Letter from W. H. Porter in Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Friend Eno regarding George Johnson killing a negro slave Native American; Cherokee 3826.1286 ink on paper
Claim by John Drew for expenses incurred while pursuing runaway Negroes Native American; Cherokee 4026.1584.73 ink on paper
Letter from D. N. McIntosh to Col. Cooper concerning reports on Hopothle-Ahola's party Native American; Creek 4026.1824 ink on paper
Letter from Principal Chief D. W. Bushyhead to Principal Chief of the Seminole Nation requesting arrest of Dick Glass Native American; Cherokee 4026.2089-.1 ink on paper
Fragment of a bill of sale of a slave girl Native American; Cherokee 4026.1562 ink on paper
Affidavit of Persis Lovely Unknown Native American; Cherokee 4026.105 ink on paper
Bill of Sale of Negro Boy by Susan Coodey to Chief John Ross Unknown Native American; Cherokee 4026.1146 ink on paper
Act for Punishment of Thefts and Other Crimes Adopted by National Council William Shorey Coodey Native American; Cherokee 4026.824-.1 ink on paper
Act Relative to Reasons Distributing Cherokees or Whites Assembled for Divine Worship William Shorey Coodey Native American; Cherokee 4026.855 ink on paper
Act Relative to Duties of Census Takers Joseph Vann Native American; Cherokee 4026.951-.1 ink on paper
The Card Players Charles Kennedy Burt; , Richard Caton Woodville Sr. British 15.1138 engraving on paper