Call Number: H Special Collections Manuscripts 995
Map of Grand River Quarterly Meeting, Oklahoma and Arkansas
Call Number: H Special Collections Manuscripts 995 995
Map of Grand River Quarterly Meeting of Friends, located in Oklahoma and part of Arkansas, including the missionary stations under the care of the Associated Executive Committee of Friends on Indian Affairs.[n.d.]
Commemorating the 250th anniversary of William Penn’s arrival in America: Back of coin depicts Penn shaking hands with an Indian in a circle of seated Indians.
William Penn 1969 Commemorative Coin
Call Number: Com 3.13 HCA Storage Box 1 Tray 1
Back of coin depicts rolled parchment grapsed by a Quaker and an Indian and the words “Penn’s Treaty with the Indians / United as One Strength.”
Section of William Penn TREATY ELM and piece from scion of Treaty elm
Call Number: HCA R1 E
Block of wood taken from stump of Penn Treaty Elm Tree: Offered as gift to Haverford College by Dr. Samuel Sturgis ‘12, [class of 1912] Wynnewood, PA., who was given it by Elizabeth Randolph (now Mrs. Milton James Cook), a great-granddaughter of Jasper Cope, who prepared the block.
Catlin's important work chronicles his travels among Native Americans all over North American, and also images which he drew during his travels. The illustrations include both portraits and representations of Native American life.