Tag Archives: Native Americans

An American Visionary: Alexandre Hogue

The University of Tulsa’s Department of Special Collections and University Archives is proud to be a part of Corning, New York’s Rockwell Museum of Western Arts upcoming special exhibition titled An American Visionary: Alexandre Hogue, opening on Friday, September 27th, … Continue reading

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Now On Display: “Mask-arade!”

Special Collections graduate assistants Kyle Ripley and Kristina Rosenthal have recently researched and displayed a collection of Mexican dancing masks. These masks predate the founding of the Americas and illuminate the culture and traditions of Mexico’s earliest people. So, to … Continue reading

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Spanish documents

The University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, department of Special Collections holds some interesting items. This week we have been working on digitizing and uploading to our digital collections site some of our documents in Spanish. We do not have a … Continue reading

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Poor Sarah and Elias Boudinot

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Native American Collections

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Kent Frizzell Wounded Knee papers, 1971-1981.

In February 1973, a stand-off began between members of the Lakota, the American Indian Movement, federal marshals, and others that lasted for 71 days. In time, negotiations brought an end to the hostilities. Kent Frizzell was Chief Government Negotiator in … Continue reading

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