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James L. Britton American Indian Collection

 Collection
Identifier: A-0118
This collection consists of government documents, Presidential messages, broadsides, monographs, and other early imprints concerning American Indian treaties, land claims, removal, wars, and appropriations. The bulk of the materials relate to Cherokee, but the Choctaw, Seminole, Creek, Wyandot, Chippewa, and other tribes are included. The documents concern lands in the Southeast, Northwest, Midwest, and Southwest United States. The collection was accumulated by James L. Britton, a businessman of Houston, Texas.

Dates

  • 1820-1892

Creator

Language of Materials

The collection is in English.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for research.

Extent

0.50 Cubic Feet

Arrangement

This collection has 45 items, is described in six folders and is housed in a single clamshell box. The collection is organized at the item level.
Title
Guide to the James L. Britton American Indian Collection

Revision Statements

  • 7/23/2018: Removed from binders and put in folders by Special Collections Librarian Kyle Ainsworth

Repository Details

Part of the East Texas Research Center Repository

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