George Lowrey

From Removal to Rebirth: The Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory
Program Schedule

All presentations to take place in the Frances O’Hornnett Great Hall, Helmerich Center for American Research

Friday, April 22

8:30 am: Registration, Helmerich & Payne Gallery

9:00 am: Welcome, Duane King

9:15 am: Julie Reed – The Long Removal Era

10:15 am: Break, Helmerich & Payne Gallery

10:30 am: Cécile Ganteaume – Cherokee Clothing during the Early Republic

11:30 am: Lunch, Vista Room, Gilcrease Museum

12:45 pm: Sharon Baker – The Emergence of the Cherokee Nation Post-Removal through Architecture

1:45 pm: Break, Helmerich & Payne Gallery

2:00 pm: Candessa Tehee – The Park Hill Cherokee Intelligentsia: Examining the Role of a Cherokee Community in Shaping History

3:00 pm: Steve Inskeep – John Ross’s Hope for the Great Family of the Republic

3:30 pm: Book Signing with Steve Inskeep, Gilcrease Museum Gift Store

Saturday, April 23

8:30 am: Registration, breakfast, Helmerich & Payne Gallery

9:00 am: Welcome, Duane King

9:05 am: Rose Stremlau – The Last Generation and the First Generation: Cherokee Children in Post-Removal Indian Territory

10:05 am: Roy Boney – The Cherokee Syllabary: Its Development and Evolution

11:05 am: Break, Helmerich & Payne Gallery

11:15 am: Natalie Panther – Mental Powers in our Midst: the Making of the Cherokee Public School System