brother." He then goes on to present his tall tale as genuine legend in the pages of the Instructor.
Editorial columns contained announcements of activities at the university, but most of the editors' comments were admonitions to give as much attention to moral and intellectual activities as to physical ones. Students were lectured on the importance of mastering English if they were to succeed in the modem world. Inspirational prose abounds in the paper; representative articles are "Stinginess" and "Temperance."
The Instructor also printed original poetry, local news, and reports of local lectures and meetings. Advertising by local merchants was displayed as well as appeals to Christian philanthropy for the support of the Indian University.
Since only one copy is known to exist, it is uncertain when the B.I.U. Instructor ceased publication.
Bibliography: Carolyn Thomas Foreman, Oklahoma Imprints, 1835- 1907 ( Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1936)
Index Sources: None
Location Sources: OkMuB
Title and Title Changes: B.I.U. Instructor ( 1893)
Volume and Issue Data: B.I.U. Instructor (Volume 2, No. 8, May 20, 1893)
Publisher and Place of Publication: Bacone Indian University, Bacone, Indian Territory ( 1893)
Editor: Marion L. Brown and C. H. Maxson ( 1893)
Established on May 15, 1906, the Bacone Record was published quarterly by the Indian University at Bacone, Indian Territory. It contained the announcements