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Fri Mar 21 17:05:58 2014 UTClccn-no940197670.00Kidd v. Steele : February 21, 1887 ... /0.361.00Zoe Gigoux photograph collection,14347398George_Washington_Steeleno 940197673682162Steele, Mr. (George Washington), 1839-1922lccn-n81038421United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Military Affairslccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n50018380Crook, George1829-1890nc-united states$congress$house$select committee on the centennial of the louisiana purchaseUnited StatesCongressHouseSelect Committee on the Centennial of the Louisiana Purchasenp-joy, charles frederickJoy, Charles Frederickctbnp-tawney, james albertusTawney, James Albertusctblccn-no2010089023Otey, Peter Johnstonctbnp-sherman, james schoolcraftSherman, James Schoolcraftctblccn-n89625181Corliss, John Blaisdellctbnp-spinola, francis barrettoSpinola, Francis BarrettoctbSteele, George WashingtonHistoryCrook, George,Indians of North America--WarsIndian reservationsUnited States, WestUnited States.--ArmySteele, George Washington,United States.--NavyWages--Law and legislationPolitical scienceEastman, Nehemiah,Hubbard, Henry,CanadaWoodbury, Ellen C. D. Q.--(Ellen Carolina De Quincy),FisheriesNew HampshireAnne,--Queen of Great Britain,Woodbury, Gordon,Indians of North AmericaObituariesBancroft, George,Blair, Montgomery,Presidents--ElectionMorse, Samuel Finley Breese,Clapp, Asa,OklahomaLegislatorsPublic prosecutorsContested electionsSewerageUnited States.--Congress.--HousePutnam, William L.--(William Le Baron),United States.--Department of the TreasuryCharles--II,--King of England,NaviesWest, Nathaniel,Pearce, Dutee Jerauld,TelegraphWoodbury familyTaylor, Mary AWoodbury, Charles H.--(Charles Howe)Benton, Thomas Hart,Clapp, Asa W. H.--(Asa William Henry),Hoyt, JessePublic landsRantoul, Robert,Rives, William C.--(William Cabell),ElectionsBank depositsBarnes, Isaac OBank of the United States (1816-1836)18391922188218861887188818891900193219795448787ocn857739145ocn857746738ocn857739147ocn857739142ocn857755886ocn857739149ocn857749270ocn857756725ocn857738634ocn857739148111ocn031070132book18860.81United StatesRaising of two regiments in the territoriesHistory71ocn857748087file18880.31Maj. Daniel N. Bash. March 27, 1888. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed71ocn857739142file18860.31Thomas F. Riley. July 1, 1886. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed71ocn857756725file18890.31Charges of desertion. February 23, 1889. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed71ocn857747299file18880.31Certain volunteer soldiers of the late war. March 1, 1888. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed71ocn857739148file18860.31Brig. Gen. Rufus Ingalls. July 1, 1886. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed71ocn857747435file18880.31John M. Hartman. March 9, 1888. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed71ocn857739145file18860.31Col. B.H. Grierson. July 1, 1886. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed71ocn857751776file18880.31John C. Fremont. May 28, 1888. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed71ocn857749498file18880.31James Kane. April 27, 1888. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed71ocn857738643file18860.31Henry C. Parry. July 1, 1886. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed71ocn857738391file18860.31Promotion in the Medical Department of the Army. June 25, 1886. -- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed71ocn857734508file18860.31Martin Coughlin. April 26, 1886. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed71ocn857746315file18880.31H.C. Markham. February 29, 1888. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed71ocn857731863file18860.31To promote the efficiency of the Army. April 6, 1886. -- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed71ocn857752214file18880.31Remove charges of desertion. June 12, 1888. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed71ocn857756839file18890.31Re-arrangement of the grades of office in the Subsistence department of the Army. March 2, 1889. -- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed71ocn857746737file18880.31To increase the efficiency of the Army. March 3, 1888. -- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed71ocn857749270file18880.31Removal of charges of desertion. April 13, 1888. -- Laid on the table without prejudice and ordered to be printed71ocn857751446file18880.31Amend the act of June 3, 1884. -- May 15, 1888. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed11ocn063677265book1887United StatesKidd v. Steele : February 21, 1887 ...11ocn669146537art19790.10Steele, Capt. George Washington. 76Periodicals11ocn174141616visu1.00Gigoux, Zoe Elizabeth SauermanZoe Gigoux photograph collectionPhotographsPortraitsSeventy-nine photographs and fifteen negatives, including fifty images showing sewer lines being laid in Lawton, Okla., (ca. 1914-1915), and portraits of Oklahoma territorial and state governors and legislators including George W. Steele, Lee Cruce, and Robert L. Williams11ocn853157310com19321.00United StatesHearing on H.R. 6336, for the Relief of George W. Steele, Jr. : hearings before the United States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Seventy-Second Congress, first session, on Jan. 18, 1932Considers (71) H.R. 10842, (72) H.R. 633611ocn853157367com19321.00United StatesHearing on H.R. 6336, for the Relief of George W. Steele, Jr. : hearings before the United States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Seventy-Second Congress, first session, on Feb. 4, 1932Considers (72) H.R. 633611ocn070982532mix1.00Woodbury, LeviLevi Woodbury family papersHistoryPatentsTreatiesRecords and correspondencePapers of Levi Woodbury document his service as U.S. secretary of the navy in Andrew Jackson's cabinet, U.S. secretary of the treasury in the Jackson and Martin Van Buren administrations, U.S. senator from New Hampshire, governor of New Hampshire, lawyer, and judge. Subjects include the second Bank of the United States, removal of deposits, the specie circular, panic of 1837, operation of customs houses and land offices, and local and presidential elections of 1824, 1828, 1836, 1840, and 1844. Correspondents include George Bancroft, Thomas Hart Benton, John Helferstein, Isaac Hill, Jesse Hoyt, Henry Hubbard, Andrew Jackson, Dutee Jerauld Pearce, Robert Rantoul, William C. Rives, Richard Rush, Martin Van Buren, Nathaniel West, Campbell Patrick White, and Silas Wright01ocn046540937mixUniversity of OklahomaPapersProceedings and debates of the Constitutional Convention of Oklahoma (1906-1907); reports of studies made by the Oklahoma State Planning Board (1936-1938), the Oklahoma Tax Commission (1935-1936), the Oklahoma State Legislative Council (1947-1952), the University of Oklahoma College of Business Administration (1950), and the Bureau of Government Research (1951-1961); manuscripts (1910-1931) of newspaper articles relating to the Socialist Party of Oklahoma; and a chart (1962) showing the organization of Oklahoma state government01ocn046834154mixWenner, Fred LPapersHistoryJournalist. Typescripts and manuscripts (1889-1939), and clippings (n.d.) regarding the history and settlement of Oklahoma; and correspondence (1904-1950) between Wenner and the Territorial Board for the Leasing of School Lands, of which Wenner was secretary, and with notable personalities in Oklahoma regarding Oklahoma history. Fred L. Wenner Photograph Collection also in repository01ocn046399242mixChapman, Berlin BPapersHistoryClaimsHistorian. Photocopies of correspondence (1889-1955), reports, and news articles by Chapman regarding the history of Oklahoma, including the history of Lincoln County, of the towns of Chandler, Mountain View and Stillwater, of the Boomers led by David L. Payne, of the alienation of federal lands in Oklahoma, of the loyalty oaths required of the state's collegiate faculty during the early 1950's, of Oklahoma State University, and of Gov. J.C. Walton's proclamation of martial law (1923) in Okmulgee CountyFri Mar 21 15:28:14 EDT 2014batch15332