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NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG5533.AM:  Osman F. Ingraham, 1891-1970



Musical score:  1968

Fort Morgan, Colorado:  Music teacher

Size:  1 folder



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



Census records show that Osman F. Ingraham was born in Illinois in 1891. Online resources indicate that he grew up in Oklahoma. His father may have been Rev. M.F. Ingraham. Osman F. Ingraham was a resident of Creek County, Oklahoma, when World War I broke out. His draft registration card lists his occupation as musician. By 1930 Ingraham and his wife resided in Fort Morgan, Colorado, where he was employed as a music teacher. He died in Yountville, California, in July of 1971.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of one series of manuscript material designated as 1) Musical Score, 1968. Arranged by composer Osman F. Ingraham, this handwritten score was composed “with the intention of giving a musical portrayal of the conflict between the Sioux and Pawnee Indians,” which occurred August 5, 1873. The cover of the piece is hand illustrated.



DESCRIPTION


Item


  1. Musical Score, 1968



 


ADDED ENTRIES:

Hitchcock County (Neb.)

Indians of North America — Wars

Massacre Canyon, Battle of, 1873

Massacres

Music

Pawnee Indians

Siouan Indians



 



AIF   10-27-2004

08-12-2008   TMM