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Mennonite Library and Archives - Native American sources: Digitized sources

A listing of some of the sources in the Mennonite Library and Archives related to Native American history.


The links below are to digitized versions of various Native American sources at the Mennonite Library and Archives. This list is incomplete and we will add to it from time to time.


Rodolphe Petter English-Cheyenne Dictionary (1915)

CONG. 104 Zion Arapaho Mennonite Church, Canton, Oklahoma, record book

elecrec 151 Darlington, Oklahoma, Mennonite mission school record book 1896-1897 digital photos (MLA does not have original book)

MS.10 Christian Krehbiel papers (Very little survives about the Halstead Indian school. Most of the records were reportedly lost in the big 1914 downtown Newton fire.):

MS.13 Gustav A. Linscheid and Anna S. Hirschler Linscheid papers

MS.21 H. R. Voth papers:

MS.31 Rodolphe Petter papers:

SA.I.6 Lists of Cheyenne Indians who were granted beef issues, 1886, Cantonment, Oklahoma

SA.I.7 School records of Cantonment Indian Mission School, Oklahoma, 1889-1900, including register of students and quarterly reports

SA.I.191 Cantonment, Oklahoma, cemetery plat

SA.II.780 Bethel Mennonite Church, Hammon, Oklahoma, membership records 1906-1972

SA.II.1121 Membership information of Bethel Mennonite Church, Hammon, Oklahoma, 1967

SA.II.1122 Membership information and other records of Bethel Mennonite Church, Hammon, Oklahoma, and Cantonment Mission Station, Longdale-Fonda, Oklahoma

SA.II.1126 “1932 Membership-Record Cantonment Mission Station Longdale-Fonda” Oklahoma

SA.II.2056 Typed historical accounts of various Oklahoma Cheyenne and Arapaho mission stations, one on Cantonment by Rodolphe Petter