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Fri Mar 21 17:10:52 2014 UTClccn-n811470440.00Famous Indian agent of Fort Sill remembered in "Tatum Street" naming0.561.00Lily Stafford photograph collection,30871673Lawrie_Tatumn 81147044691810Tatum, L. (Lawrie)Tatum, Laurielccn-n79066083Society of Friendslccn-n84012460Julyan, Robert1943-lccn-n80146651United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Indian Affairslccn-no94008098Deering, Nathaniel C.(Nathaniel Cobb)1827-1887lccn-no93039184United StatesOffice of Indian AffairsKiowa Agencync-society of friends missionsSociety of Friends - Missionsnp-moore, paul jamesMoore, Paul Jameslccn-n2003090347Cameron College (Lawton, Okla.)nc-springdale monthly meeting of friends springdale iowaSpringdale Monthly Meeting of Friends (Springdale, Iowa)lccn-n2003087855Lawton High School (Lawton, Okla.)Tatum, LawriePortraitsBiographyIndians of North America--MissionsIndians of North America--Government relationsSociety of Friends--MissionsTatum, LawrieQuakersIndian agentsUnited States, WestUnited StatesKiowa Indians--MissionsComanche Indians--MissionsIndians of North AmericaKiowa Indians--Government relationsComanche Indians--Government relationsUnited States.--Office of Indian Affairs.--Kiowa AgencyOklahoma--Indian TerritoryOklahoma--LawtonOklahoma--Fort SillHomesFarmsBarracksGeronimo,Oklahoma--Comanche CountyHospitalsFreedmenMilitary basesHoover, Theodore J.--(Theodore Jesse),Oklahoma--Wichita Mountains Wildlife RefugeOklahoma--Wichita MountainsPower-plantsSchoolsPioneersButler, Josiah,Associated Executive Committee of Friends on Indian AffairsBuildingsAnniversariesOklahoma--Medicine ParkOklahoma--CacheChapelsCameron College (Lawton, Okla.)Hoover, Herbert,IowaOklahoma--Quinette CrossingAirportsHaverford CollegeOklahoma--Medicine BluffsOklahomaRailroad stationsFiresIowa--West BranchKiowa Indian Tribe of Oklahoma18221900188318991970197119811997200320139351432970.5KF820184217ocn000194030book18990.53Tatum, LawrieOur red brothers and the peace policy of President Ulysses S. Grant61ocn500530787book19700.47Tatum, LawrieOur Red Brother and the peace policy of President Ulysses S. Grant : (New foreword)11ocn026283185mix0.47Garrett, John BiddlePapersPortraitsSome misc. personal papers chiefly related to Garrett's days as a student at Haverford College including correspondence with schoolmates (Frederick Arthur, others), certificates and essays; autograph book (1877); also letters telling of contraband relief efforts, slavery, politics and presidential campaign of 185601ocn122603305mixTatum, LawrieBiographyCorrespondence, legal documents, books, photographs and a photocopy of Tatum's diary for the period 1869-71693ocn007862641book19810.84Julyan, RobertLawrie Tatum, Indian agent : quaker values and hard choicesBiography101ocn030148625book18830.81United StatesLawrie Tatum11ocn050158968mixTatum, LawrieTatum, Lawrie papersHistoryChurch historySourcesRecords and correspondenceContains Lawrie Tatum's diary, written while he was Kiowa Indian Agent at Fort Sill, Indian Territory, 1869-1871. Includes photocopies of Tatum family correspondence, chiefly letters sent to and from Lawrie and his wife Mary Ann Dean Tatum. Also contains copies of biography of Lawrie Tatum; accounts of the founding of the Friends Meeting and a school in Springdale, Iowa; account books from the Kiowa Agency; report of his guardianship of Mary Hoover; and other Tatum papers11ocn052722275book20030.47Wilson, Aaron StevenLosing faith in Tatum11ocn854599891book20130.47Moore, Paul JamesThe life and times of Lawrie Tatum : biography of a pragmatic visionary pioneerHistoryBiographyLawrie Tatum (1822-1900) was the first United States government agent for the Kiowa-Comanche reservation, from 1869 to 1873. This study begins with Tatum's ancestry and early childhood in the eastern United States and his experiences as an Iowa pioneer, building the small community of Springdale, Iowa, during the early 1840s. During the years leading to the Civil War he participated in the Underground Railroad. Following his return to Springdale, he unintentionally brought about a doctrinal split among Iowa Quakers11ocn038943880book19970.47Moore, Paul JamesThe passion of Lawrie TatumHistoryBiography11ocn166429057visu1.00Stafford, LilyLily Stafford photograph collectionPhotographsImages of Southwestern Oklahoma11ocn071009829visu1.00Lawton daily news & star photograph collectionPhotographsEleven images from the Lawton Daily News & Star, Lawton, Okla11ocn050858446bookFamous Indian agent of Fort Sill remembered in "Tatum Street" naming01ocn046986895mixCorrespondenceTreatiesPhotocopies of correspondence (1804-1899) between U.S. Indian agents throughout the southern Great Plains region and various officials, regarding Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, Osage, Pawnee, Sac and Fox, Wichita and other Indian tribes. Correspondents include John Beach, Lawrie Tatum and Generals Townsend, Sheridan and ShermanFri Mar 21 15:12:31 EDT 2014batch10000