Subject Source: Localbroad
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Research notes and correspondence related to J. D. Barron's research on native American place names in Alabama.
Overview Documents pertaining to the sale of lands belonging to Ko Yoo Quae, Alpetter Hadjo, Co Choc O Nee, Coch Che Yo Ho Lo, and Pelis-hart-ke - all Creek Indians living in Alabama between 1833 and 1841.
Overview Photographs related to archaeology and geology, including photos of the Stanfield-Worley Bluff Shelter dig.
Overview Materials this Tuscaloosa native and history professor at The University of Alabama created and collected.
Overview Typescript copy of Gaines's "Reminiscences of Early Times in the Mississippi Territory," which discusses the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians and treaties (1810-1840).
Overview A letter dated 5 September 1813, from St. Stephens, Alabama, to his parents, describing the Creek attack on Fort Mims during the Creek War of 1813-1814.
Dates: 1813 September 5
Abstract Collection consists of 1708 stereocards depicting scenes from all over the world.
Dates: 1874 - 1950
Overview Contains a memory book documenting the senior year of Virginia J. Hanson, a 1912 graduate of Birmingham High School. Also contains research notes, correspondence and manuscripts related to Hanson's thesis, "Alabama in Legend and Lore."
Overview Nineteenth century volumes by R. D. Spratt dealing with the history, legends, significant members, and language of the Choctaw Indians
Dates: circa 1900
Abstract This collection contains a manuscript French/Choctaw dictionary titled Vocabulaire Choctaw (lac Pontchartrain) Louisiane, a photograph of Father Roquette's chapel, and two clippings from newspapers.
Overview Watercolor sketch of a Creek Indian painted by Edward Woolf
Dates: circa 1837