Telling the history of Claremore…one story at a time This story was published in The Ranchman magazine July 1952. Written by Myron A. Hurd. This is a story about a good Indian Chief and a good Christian, peace-loving man. He was Charles Journeycake, last chief of
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Telling the History of Claremore…one story at a time Published in the September 1949 Ranchman magazine by Myron A. Hurd. “I don’t like Doctor Bushyhead.” Young Viv Ross blurted out one day to his mother, Mrs. Nellie Ross of Claremore. Mrs. Ross was astonished. “Why
Telling the History of Claremore…one story at a time The formal education of the Cherokee people began with the invention of their alphabet by Sequoyah in 1821. The Bible and newspapers were published in their own language, and illiteracy was practically unknown among the Cherokees.