Papers, 1882-1905.


Papers, 1882-1905.

Memoirs of Daniel O'Dell's years as a member of David Lewis Payne's community of settlers determined to homestead in the Oklahoma Territory's Unassigned Lands; legal documents and correspondence from various members of the Boomer movement including Samuel Crocker and Samuel H. Radebaugh, 1882-1905; and an 1883 journal kept by Hattie L. Coe while in Poughkeepsie, New York.

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Coe, Hattie L. (person)

Payne, David Lewis, 1836-1884 (person)

Radebaugh, Samuel H. (person)

O'Dell, Daniel J. (person)

Crocker, Samuel L. (Samuel Leonard), 1804-1883 (person)

Samuel Crocker was a merchant and cotton manufacturer of Taunton, Mass. From the guide to the Samuel Crocker papers, 1801-1856, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Resident of Charleston, S.C.; native of New England. From the description of Letter, [18]47 Jan. 21, Charleston, S.C., to Thomas Crocker, Paris, Me. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 51070795 ...