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Nancy Bellzona's Picture Book

Woolaroc Museum, established by oil man, Frank Phillips, exhibits full, daily and ceremonial dress of the Osage. Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Ponca City Indian Museum exhibits Osage woman's buckskin dress, marriage regalia of officer's uniform and tall feathered hat.

Bertha and Dennis's burial was at Foraker, Oklahoma. Bellzona, Warren Curtis Jones, and Jacklyn K. Holt, are also buried there.

Ura May is buried at Wheatridge, Colorado; Mount of Olives, cemetery.

"Ponca City News", Sunday, August 25, 1940.

"The Daily Journal Capital", Pawhuska, Oklahoma newspaper, April, 1940.

Western State Hospital, Ft Supply, Oklahoma, records.

Having grown up in the same house where Dempsey's cradle board was kept, I feel I was able to recognize it hanging at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Donna Jones Flood.

Newspaper clippings on file at the Ponca City Indian Museum regarding John Ramsey and Ernest Burkhart, nephew of Bill Hale, convicted mass murderer of the Osages.

NEWSPAPER ARCHIVES kept at the Capitol of Oklahoma at Oklahoma City in the Historical building on the Capitol grounds, from April 1921 forward.

PAWHUSKA NEWSPAPER of Warren's death, December, 1956.

MARRIAGE LICENSE filed with the State of Arkansas, County of Boone, February 8, 1989. Joseph H. Jones, Bell Collins.

INTERVIEW with Elizabeth Ann's granddaughter, Virgie Howell Julian, Shidler, Oklahoma.

TELEPHONE interview with Bernice Collins Griffin Marcum, granddaughter of Elizabeth Ann.

The name, Polly Ann Howard, mother of Nathaniel Stewart Collins, was shared by LEWIS HOBSON, Professor of Oceanography at the University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada. Lewis is the grandson of Aletha Artemis Collins Hobson, who was a daughter of Elizabeth Ann.

FEDERAL ARCHIVES and Records Center, P.O. Box 6216 Ft. Worth, Texas.

The OKLAHOMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Division of Library Resources, Wiley Post Building, 2100 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105.

1870-1880 census, Arkansas. See genealogy LIBRARY, HARRISON, Arkansas City Library. Vanzant Family.

Handwritten notes by Donna Jones Flood, daughter of Lee Otis Jones.

OLD SNAPSHOT contributed by Melvina (Mrs. Paul Honegar) Enid, Oklahoma.


HOWARD YOUNG FARM,, Valley Springs, Arkansas, caretaker.

MARVIN JONES, Private land, private cemetery.

MARRIAGE LICENSES,, Boone County, Arkansas.


TELEPHONE conversation with the historian at Tahlequah Cherokee Nation Office. Tahlequah, Oklahoma.


Information received from CELIA BELL (Mrs. Lloyd) Williams, Batesville, Arkansas granddaughter of Walsie Jones Watkins.

As told by HENRY LIEB, JR. grandson of Creth Little Cook, No Ear.

Telephone conversation with Ponca tribal member, LILY WHITE TAIL.

Relayed to me by VELMA LOUISE PENSONEAU JONES, favorite niece of Annie Little Cook, Gives Waters.

As told to me by SUZANNE WHITE EAGLE, wife of George White Eagle a descendant of Chief White Eagle.

As told to me by ELIZABETH SWITCH, descendant of Samuel Little Cook.

As told by Elizabeth (Me-Tah-Ing-Gay) daughter of Sam and Esther Little Cook, written from notes saved.

As told by TILLIE (Otilia Haydee) Hernandez, daughter of Elizabeth.

Old photograph ELIZABETH passed down to DANIEL HERNANDEZ and shared by his wife, Rena Wiseman Hernandez from Elizabeth's possessions.

NEWSPAPER Archives, September 19, 1943 McGee, Oklahoma.

WOODSON WADLEY, grand-nephew of Uncle Billy.


INTERVIEW, GROVER AND CHARLENE BARBEE, grand-nephew of Mary Lou Jones, wife of William Stephens Jones II. Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Interview, Picture verified, Benjamin Gray Barbee.

Transcribed HANDWRITTEN NOTES, by Adah Gertrude Jones Wadley, daughter of Joseph Hubbard and Bellzona Jones.

Statement from JOHN WESLEY FLOOD, grandson of John Flood, son of Henry Flood, before his stroke causing loss of speech.

MEMOIRS OF GEORGE FLOOD, son of Honora C. Gosney and Henry Flood.

SYLVIA FLOOD, Head administrator over Lexington, Oklahoma. Mental Health Institution 1959.

Telephone conversation with MARY JANE SELPH FLOOD. Mrs. Ross Flood.

Interview, JOHN WESLEY FLOOD, brother to Louise.

Interview WENONA MAE MEDLER FLOOD, wife of John Wesley Flood.



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