American Indian and Alaska Native Newspapers and Periodicals, 1826-1924 - Vol. 1

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The paper was short-lived because Springston was appointed interpreter for the U.S. Court for the Western District of Arkansas at Fort Smith. When he left Tahlequah, the paper ceased publication.


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Springston was the son of Anderson and Sallie (Eliot) Springston. In his later years, he lived at Sallisaw, Vian, and Owasso, Oklahoma. He died on January 6, 1929. Grant Foreman , "John Leaf Springston, 1845-1929," Chronicles of Oklahoma, 27 (Autumn, 1949), 333-334.

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Index Sources: None

Location Sources: Danky and Hady


Publication History

Title and Title Changes: The Morning Sun ( 1893)

Volume and Issue Data: The Morning Sun, (Vol. 1, No. 1, November 6, 1893-Vol. 1, No. 14, November 21, 1893)

Publisher and Place of Publication: Arrow Publishing Company, Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation ( 1893)

Editor: John Leaf Springston ( 1893)

MUSKOGEE EVENING TIMES. See MUSKOGEE TIMES- DEMOCRAT

MUSKOGEE MORNING TIMES. See MUSKOGEE TIMES- DEMOCRAT


MUSKOGEE PHOENIX

The Muskogee Phoenix was first issued at Muskogee, Creek Nation, on February 16, 1888. Published by the Phoenix Printing Company, owned by Leo E. Bennett and Frank C. Hubbard, it was managed by Bennett, who edited the paper with Hubbard as assistant. Born in 1857 at Wyandotte, Kansas, Bennett had studied medicine at the University of Tennessee and later settled at Fort Smith, Arkansas. He moved to Eufaula, Creek Nation, in 1883 and had edited The Indian Journal* at Eufaula before going to Muskogee. Bennett had married a Creek Indian and was a Creek citizen by marriage. Hubbard, born in Indiana

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