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Goodland Indian orphanage

Sammy D. Hogue

Goodland Indian orphanage

a story of Christian missions

by Sammy D. Hogue

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Published by The Goodland Indian orphanage in Goodland, Okla .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Goodland, Okla.
    • Subjects:
    • Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. -- Missions.,
    • Goodland Indian orphanage -- Goodland, Okla.,
    • Choctaw Indians -- Missions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Sammy D. Hogue.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.C8 H6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination118 p. incl. front.
      Number of Pages118
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6462249M
      LC Control Number43049810
      OCLC/WorldCa4272608

      Additional Details: Erected in and named in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Silas Bacon. It is the main building at the Goodland Indian Orphanage. Goodland was established in by Rev. and Mrs. O. P. Stark, Presbyterian Missionaries to the Choctaw Indians. Get reviews, hours, directions, coupons and more for Goodland Academy. Search for other Child Care on The Real Yellow Pages®.Location: Hugo, , OK. Watch Goodland starring Matt Weiss in this Independent on DIRECTV. It's available to watch on TV, online, tablets, phone. When a stranger arrives the same day a body is discovered outside of town, a local sheriff tries to piece together a string of events that don't quite add up. pxvdtpa; Submit search.


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Reflections of Goodland: The Goodland Indian Orphanage (A Story of Christian Missions in 2 Volumes) Hardcover – January 1, by Sammy D.

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Goodland Indian Orphanage (Goodland, Oklahoma) (Subject) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche Language: English Publication: Goodland, Oklahoma: The Goodland Indian Orphange, c, c Goodland Indian orphanage book 2 v.: ill.

Subject Class: H Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hogue, Sammy D.

Goodland Indian orphanage. Goodland, Okla., Goodland Indian orphanage [] (OCoLC) Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art. N Gilcrease Museum Rd Tulsa, OK Main: Toll-free: Tours: Goodland Indian School Collection. Back to Choctaw Nation Collections Directory.

BOX G Folder 1: Publications about Goodland Indian School, including: 1. "The Goodland Indian Orphanage: A Story of Christian Missions," 2. Program for the dedication of Bacon Hall at Goodland Indian Orphanage, Ap 3. The University of Oklahoma Libraries | West Brooks Street, Norman, OK | () Goodland Academy, established in the s by Presbyterian missionaries as an orphanage for Indian boys, is still a boarding school for children of any Goodland Indian orphanage book.

The WPA entry gate, built inis interesting because of Goodland Indian orphanage book two sun symbols that flank the school's name. Goodland Academy & Indian Orphanage, Hugo, Oklahoma. Goodland Indian orphanage book Institute, near Tishomingo, Chickasaw Nation, Oklahom.a Prior to was known as the Chickasaw Academy and was operated by the Methodist Episcopal Church until Jones Academy, Hartshorne, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory/Oklahoma.

Opened in Ina log dormitory was built on the site on what would eventually be called the Goodland Indian Orphanage.

It housed 16 boys; the rest of the boys and girls were boarded by families in the vicinity. Goodland Indian School Goodland Indian orphanage book Printed materials 5 items. Indian school and orphanage. Newspaper clippings (); brochures (); pamphlets (); and a published history () of the Goodland Indian School, a Presbyterian orphanage founded for Choctaw Indians, but later expanded to serve orphans from other tribes as well.

Best Books About Orphans This list is for the best books Goodland Indian orphanage book orphans. Lest there be any dispute about whether a character is technically an orphan, it is also for books about children who believe they are orphans, or are practically orphans.

Goodland Indian School in Hugo, Oklahoma. (Left to right) Back row: Uncle Roger, grandmother Martha, Aunt Nan. Front row: Uncle Jack, Mom (Lila), Aunt Beverly.

Booklets and brochures () describing Goodland Indian orphanage book Goodland Indian Orphanage and School in Goodland, Oklahoma. The orphanage was in the Choctaw Nation. settlements. Within the collection there are also Goodland Indian orphanage book files and Dale’s personal correspondence with family and politicians.

Goodland Indian Orphanage Collection. The letters are correspondence between Miss Louise L. Meyers of Oklahoma City. Goodland Indian orphanage book poster inside the offices of what is now the Goodland Presbyterian Children's Home indicates the evolution of the institution from a mission and day school to an Indian Industrial School, to the Goodland Indian Orphanage, and to its present role of "providing a Christian home, education and training for children and youth, with Presbyterian Author: Joel Spring.

Orphanage [edit | edit source] The Goodland Indian Orphanage. By Sammy D. Hogue. FHL book Hr Vol. 1 and 2 Worldcat. Indian Schools [edit | edit source] The Office of Indian Affairs (now the Bureau of Indian Affairs) established a network of schools throughout the United States, beginning with Carlisle Indian School, established in InBacon succumbed to tuberculosis.

He is buried in the Goodland Cemetery near another early pioneer of southeastern Oklahoma — the first governor of the Choctaw Nation, Basil LeFlore. After the death of Bacon, Samuel Bailey Spring was made superintendent of Goodland Indian Orphanage — a position he held until his death on Ap Type: Private, K The Orphan of India was such a welcome change to books that I usually read and as a result I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

It really opened my eyes to how not only adoption works but in a country like India where poverty is a pretty common sight/5. Our orphan children are the very heart of our mission.

Though all come from destitute or desperate situations, some as far away as Orissa, Sikkim or Assam, they are all cared for as members of our large family and treated as the beautiful individuals that they are.

As with all children worldwide, each boy and. In the Choctaw began arriving in the region after being forced from the southeastern United States. In the U.S. Army had established Fort Towson, and in the Presbyterians established the forerunner of the Goodland Indian Orphanage in the area.

East of present Hugo, Robert M. Jones owned a plantation and mansion, which burned in InEbenezer Hotchkins and Cyrus Kingsbury, Presbyterian ministers, established the Yakni Achukma (Choctaw for “Good Land”) Mission station.

InWilliam Fields, a full-blood Choctaw, built the first home on the Goodland campus. As the community grew, the most vital concern of the Indian people was the education of their children. Nuyaka School & Orphanage, Okmulgee, OK: none: Oklahoma Presbyterian College for Girls, Durant, OK Oklahoma School for the Blind, Muskogee, OK: Oklahoma School for the Deaf, Sulphur, OK: none Old Goodland Indian Orphanage, Hugo, OK (See entry ) Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix.

Cherished by the Firebaughs also is a book of letters by former students of Goodland, written in This shower of letters was suggested by the Goodland Alumni Association.

Following are excerpts from a few of the letters. The Goodland Orphanage campus contains three WPA structures: a dormitory, known as Wade Hall, a gymnasium/auditorium and a four-room educational building. The dormitory is a two story, essentially rectangular (58′ x 37′) structure with offsets and is constructed of.

HUGO - In the last years, the Goodland Presbyterian Home has been an orphanage for Indian children, a mission for the Choctaw Nation, a haven for troubled teen-agers, a reform school for errant of those purposes have been altered.

The Goodland Indian orphanage, a story of Christian missions, (Goodland, Okla., The Goodland Indian orphanage, []), by Sammy D. Hogue (page images at HathiTrust) Conversations on the Choctaw mission / (Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, ), by Sarah Tuttle and Massachusetts Sabbath School Society (page images at HathiTrust).

Goodland has influenced the lives of possibly hundreds of children for the past years, ever since Reverend Oliver Porter Stark and his wife were sent to Indian Territory to serve as missionaries to the Choctaw Indians. While the minister preached the gospel.

Get the best deals on Collectible Native Americana Postcards when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items Hugo Oklahoma OK Hospital at GOODLAND INDIAN Orphanage Vintage Postcard Unposted. $ Was: Previous Price $ Vintage Native American Postcard s Swift Hawk World Champion War Dancer.

Page 6 OUR MOUNTAIN WORK June 4 * 4 4 Goodland Indian Orphanage Hugo Oklahoma. Text Appearing After Image: A Goodland Quartette God has been working at Goodland.

Fifteenyears ago, Goodland was some thirty thousanddollars in debt, and almost ready to close itsdoors. Vol Reel - Indians of North America--Census; Native American Census - Western Najavo (Hopi Indians, and Navajo and Paiute Indians for ): (Letter), Undated Hopi Roll:, (Letter), $3: Indian census rolls, [microform] United States.

National Archives and Records Service. This mission school, now called Goodland Indian Orphanage, is under direction of the Southern Presbyterian Church and continues today in the education of Indian youth- the oldest school in con-tinuous operation in Oklahoma.

Visitors are welcome to the campus, located two miles west of this marker. Together with sev. Sovereign Community School is new charter school in Oklahoma City with a focus on Native American culture and identity.

“He attended what was called then the Goodland Indian Orphanage. Oklahoma Census, Oklahoma Territorial Census, and Oklahoma and Indian Territories Veterans Census. Census - Indian Territory - Old Towson County, Choctaw Nation. Bacon Hall, Goodland Date between and Date Note Date based on the earliest and latest dates of the Lindquist collection.

Measurements 2 3/4 x 3 in. Item Number Format negatives Note Positive image of a scanned negative from The Burke Archives. The Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol. Oklahoma Historical Society $ Ensign L. Culver: 'You can call me salty now,'' by Brad Agnew, 'Yakni Achukma, The School with a Soul': A History of the Goodland Indian Orphanage,' by Ruby Wile, Joseph Pierre Foucart: Man of Art and Mystery,' by Louis Cozby, Goodland-School-Note Positive image of a scanned negative from The Burke Archives.

Places Hugo (Okla.) States & Provinces Oklahoma Topics Indians of North America--Education; Orphanages; School buildings; Boarding schools Names Goodland Indian School and Orphanage (Okla.) Folder and Group Title Oklahoma Indians; Goodland Box and Folder Number.

InEbenezer Hotchkins and Cyrus Kingsbury, Presbyterian ministers, established the Yakni Achukma (Choctaw for “Good Land”) Mission station.

InWilliam Fields, a full-blood Choctaw, built the first home on the Goodland campus. As the community grew, the most vital concern of the Indian people was the education of their : no. Goodland Indian Orphanage is an Oklahoma Domestic Not For-Profit Corporation filed on March 5, The company's filing status is listed as In Existence and its File Number is The Registered Agent on file for this company is David Dearinger and Founded:.

Right - Pdf first dormitory built on Goodland's campus in Silas Bacon was the first Superintendent of Goodland Academy. He housed and educated over children during his tenure from until his death in His mission, stated very simply and clearly, was .The Indian arrow.

[volume] (Goodland, Okla.) ?? Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present.Thelma and ebook siblings were educated at the Goodland Indian Orphanage School, where she graduated in Thelma lived in Oklahoma where she married Charles "Chuck" Brooks.