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Title: MS 322 - Captain Jack Crawford Collection, 1868-1950Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: Crawford, John Wallace "Captain Jack"

Extent: 36.0 Boxes

Arrangement:

The collection (No. 322) is arranged into seven series by type of record, as follows:

Biographical Information – Box 1

Family Information – Box 1

Correspondence

            Personal (Non-Business) – Box 1-3

            Business – Box 4-5

Business Affairs – Box 6

Financial Documents – Box 7

            Business – Box 7

            Family – Box 7

Literary Works

            Poems – Box 8-10

            Songs – Box 10

            Plays – By Captain Jack – Box 10-12

            Plays – By Others – Box 13

            Stories – Box 14

            Articles – Personal Accounts – Box 14-15

            Articles – By Others – (About CJ, Contemporaries, or Family) – Box 16

            Newspaper Clippings – Box 17

            Books – By Captain Jack – Box 17

            Diaries – By Captain Jack – Box 17

            Notebooks & Scrapbooks – Box 17-20, 23-24(oversize)

Printed Materials – Captain Jack – Box 21-22

            Entertainment, Mining, and General

Oversize Manuscript Materials – Box 23-26, 36

Photographs – Box 27-35

            Oversize Photographs – Box 33-35

Date Acquired: 01/01/2008

Languages: English

Abstract

The John Wallace "Captain Jack" Crawford Collection consists of family and personal papers, research, and drafts of writing projects as well as correspondence related to business and personal matters.  Writing topics include poetry, short stories, and theatrical plays.  His business interests included performing, mining, scouting, and running a farm and general store.

Collection Historical Note

John Wallace Crawford (1847-1917), sometimes called "Captain Jack" or "The Poet Scout", was born in Northern Ireland.  Immigrating to the United States at the age of eleven (1858), he joined his father in a coal mine in Minersville, Pennsylvania.  In 1863, he and his father joined the Union Army in the Civil War, serving in the 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers.  ‘Captain Jack’ was wounded four times, the last of which occurred at Spottsylvania. A nun taught him to read and write while he was recuperating from the wound. After the war, Crawford returned to Pennsylvania, married Maria Stokes and started a family.

One of the original seven men who settled in the Black Hills region after the Custer expedition in 1874, Crawford was a newspaper correspondent for The Omaha Daily Bee, reporting on conditions in the Black Hills.  He also became Chief of Scouts for the Black Hills Rangers.  After the defeat of General Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876, Crawford joined the Fifth Calvary at the urging of his friend, William Frederick ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody.  While he served as a scout and messenger for both Generals Merritt and Crook, Crawford continued to send dispatches to The Omaha Daily Bee.  In the fall of 1876, Crawford joined Buffalo Bill's theatrical troupe for the winter season.  He starred as ‘Captain Jack’ opposite ‘Buffalo Bill’ in western themed melodramas.

In the spring of 1878, Crawford journeyed to the gold fields of Dawson in the Yukon Territory.  He never had much luck as a miner, so, a year later, he traveled to San Francisco to negotiate the publication of his first book, The Poet Scout.  During the last half of 1879 and through 1880, Crawford scouted for the U.S. Army in New Mexico for their campaign against the Apaches.  Crawford liked the area, so after he resigned from the Army in 1880, he decided to remain in New Mexico.  After Crawford accepted a position as post trader at Fort Craig, he sent for his wife, Maria, and their children.  The family maintained their residence at this isolated location for nearly two decades, even after the troops withdrew and the fort closed.  He continued to prospect, perform, and write.  The Poet Scout was enlarged and reprinted in 1886 and was followed by three other books; Camp Fire Sparks, Lariette and The Broncho Book.  He also wrote several plays in which he took the central roles, and he authored more than a hundred short stories.

Because of a promise that he claimed he made to his mother on her death bed, Crawford allegedly never touched a drop of whiskey.  Proud of his sobriety, he became a special agent of the Justice Department under President W.H. Harrison in the fall of 1889.  Responsible for the capture of outlaws and "bootleggers" who sold whiskey to Native Americans, he traveled extensively throughout the Southwest during the next four years.

In 1893, Crawford devoted time exclusively to his career as an entertainer.  By 1898, he attained recognition as one of the country's most popular platform entertainers.  However, by 1899 he submitted to ‘gold fever’ again joining the rush to the Klondike.  After two years, he returned to his career as an entertainer, but his finances were precarious.  Estranged from his wife, Crawford died in his Woodhaven, Long Island home in 1917.

Administrative Information

Repository: McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Acquisition Source: Harriet Crawford Richardson

Acquisition Method: Gift

Related Publications:

BY: CRAWFORD, JACK.

The Broncho Book.  The Roycrofters, 1908. [PS1469 .C73 1908 – Russell Collection]

The Poet Scout.  Funk and Wagnalls, 1886.  [PS 1469 .C73 1886 – Russell Collection]

The Poet Scout.  H. Keller & Co., 1879.  [PS 1469 .C3 1879 – Russell Collection]

ABOUT:

Miller, Darlis A.  Captain Jack Crawford : buckskin poet, scout, and showman.  University of New Mexico Press, 1993.  [F 594 .C73 M55 1993]

Rezatto, Helen.  Tales of the Black Hills.  North Plains Press, c1983.  [F 657 .B6 R46 1983]

Sagala, Sandra K.  Buffalo Bill on Stage.  University of New Mexico Press, c2008.  [F 594 .B94 S23 2008]

Spotts, David L.  Campaigning with Custer : and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-69.  University of Nebraska Press, 1988.  [E 83.869 .S76 1988]

Preferred Citation: John Wallace "Captain Jack" Crawford Collection, MS 322, Harold McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Historical Center.


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[Series 1: Biographical Information, 1860 - 1960],
[Series 2: Family, 1860 - 1960],
[Series 3: Correspondence, 1860 - 1960],
[Series 4: Business, 1860 - 1920],
[Series 5: Financial and Legal Documents],
[Series 6: Literary Works],
[Series 7: Photographs],
[Series 8: Oversize Materials],
[All]

Series 1: Biographical Information, 1860 - 1960Add to your cart.
Information pertaining to him as an individual, research and articles about him, and illustrations from newspapers.  These materials are arranged by publishers, dates, and unarranged.
Box MS322.01Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 1: Biographical - Articles About Captain Jack - By OthersAdd to your cart.
Folder 322.01.01: Articles About Captain Jack - By OthersAdd to your cart.

322.01.01.001 - Who is he?

322.01.01.002 - Life of Captain Jack by Buckskin Bill

322.01.01.003 - In Giving to the Public the brief outlines

322.01.01.004 - New Benham House, Born in Carndough Co.

322.01.01.005 - Envelope - Verses in Books and Autograph Albums

Folder 322.01.02: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1880-1884Add to your cart.

322.01.02.001 - A Huge Scheme

322.01.02.002 - A Huge Scheme

322.01.02.003 - A Happy New Year

322.01.02.004 - Scouts Supposed to Be After Apaches

Folder 322.01.03: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1885-1889Add to your cart.

322.01.03.001 - Captain Jack Crawford

322.01.03.002 - Camp Fire and Trail

322.01.03.003 - Albuquerque New Mexico Saturday Evening

322.01.03.004 - .005 - Evening Transcript: Our Army Friends

322.01.03.006 - Socorro NM Chieftan: The Day We Played Baseball

322.01.03.007 - New York Times: Ambitious Colorow

322.01.03.008 - Big Chief Colorow's Row

322.01.03.009 - Romance of the Hills

322.01.03.010 - Old War Relics

322.01.03.011 - Captain Jack Crawford Coming

322.01.03.012 - A Pleasant Meeting

322.01.03.013 - Captain Jack Crawford, the poet scout

322.01.03.014 - Nashua Daily Telegraph: As a great many

322.01.03.015a - .015b - Five Noted Scouts: Captain Jack Crawford

322.01.03.016 - Capt. Jack, Will Stay With the "Daniel Boone" Company

322.01.03.017 - Captain Jack Crawford: The Poet Scout Give A Description of His Life on the Plains

322.01.03.018 - A Pleasant Meeting

322.01.03.019 - Tanner Talks: A Confidential Letter to Dalzell

322.01.03.020 - New Era Exposition

322.01.03.021 - The Star: Capt. Jack Crawford, A Tribute to a Real Hero by a Wilington Admirer

322.01.03.022 - Captain Jack Crawford in Marlboro

322.01.03.023 - Jeffersonian: "Fonda" A Kind Word for Captain Crawford

322.01.03.024 - West Chester Local News: G.A.R. Entertainment

322.01.03.025 - Captain Jack's Letter to the People of the Black Range

322.01.03.026 - Scranton Truth: "Captain Jack" Talks Back

322.01.03.027 - .028 - Buffalo Bill's Rival: Dashing Captain Jack Crawford Encamped in Town

322.01.03.029 - Baltimore American: The Camp Fire and the Trail

322.01.03.030 - Old Vets - The Arrangement for their Reception in St. Louis

322.01.03.031 - Sundy Volksblatt - No Beer at the Exposition

322.01.03.032 - National Memorial - How the Day Was Observed Here

322.01.03.033 - An Exposition Feature

322.01.03.034 - Exposition Extraordinary, St. Joseph, MO

Folder 322.01.04: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1888Add to your cart.

With Visscher

322.01.04.001 - A Poet's Instinct

322.01.04.002 - A Poet On A Wheel

322.01.04.003 - Platform People

Folder 322.01.05: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1890-1894Add to your cart.

322.01.05.001 - Brave As The Bravest

322.01.05.002 - Trail I Used To Ride

322.01.05.003 - Capt. Jack Crawford, One of his characteristic talks to the members of the G.A.R.

322.01.05.004 - Poetry and Politics - Captain Jack Crawford and His Timely Rhymes

322.01.05.005 - The Poet Scout, Capt. Jack Crawford a Visitor to Miles City

322.01.05.006 - The Pulsometer Pump - Capt. Jack Crawford Goes Into Ecstasics Over This Irrigation Machine

322.01.05.007 - Sunshine

322.01.05.008 - In Memoriam - Ned Wynkoop

322.01.05.009 - Capt. Jack Crawford At Opera House

322.01.05.010 - On The Trail of a Lion

322.01.05.011 - News From Washington

322.01.05.012 - Mr. Brobst on The Indian Craze

322.01.05.013 - Captain Jack's Speech

322.01.05.014 - Captain Crawford's Temperance Address

322.01.05.015 - In The Magazine World

322.01.05.016 - Captain Jack Crawford Talks

322.01.05.017 - Captain Jack Crawford Talks

322.01.05.018 - Thar' Was Jim

322.01.05.019 - New York Dispatch - Last Night's Lecture

322.01.05.020 - Temperance Meetings

322.01.05.021 - Last Night's Lecture

322.01.05.022 - Mountains of Mineral

322.01.05.023 - The Poet-Scout

322.01.05.024 - Prof. S.O. Goho

322.01.05.025 - Last Night's Lecture

322.01.05.026 - Home and Country for May

322.01.05.027 - God and Protection

322.01.05.028 - U.S. v. O.D. Taylor

322.01.05.029 - A Remarkable Career

322.01.05.030 - Salina Sun - Capt. Jack Crawford left

322.01.05.031 - Jack, The Poet Scout

322.01.05.032 - The above is a very good picture of Captain Jack Crawford

322.01.05.033 - Parkhurst in Lincoln Hall

322.01.05.034 - Famous Indian Scout

322.01.05.035 - Local and General - Pierre Daily Capital

Folder 322.01.06: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1891-1951Add to your cart.

322.01.06.001 - At Ibero's Grave

322.01.06.002 - John Wallace Crawford

322.01.06.003 - Winona Assembly Review

322.01.06.004 - Kelley League

322.01.06.005 - Winona Assembly Review

322.01.06.006 - In Memoriam - Sweet May Is Dead!

322.01.06.007 - Catholics Say

322.01.06.008 - Captain Jack Crawford in Guildhall

322.01.06.009 - We Guarantee A Square Deal

322.01.06.010 - The Poet Scout

322.01.06.011 - Capt. Jack Crawford loses his last fight with death

322.01.06.012 - The Mecca

322.01.06.013 - Monologue of Song and story

322.01.06.014 - Captain Jack

322.01.06.015 - $500 Worth of Poetry

322.01.06.016 - Salmagundi

322.01.06.017 - "Captain Jack"

322.01.06.018 - Capt. Jack Crawford, A Genius in Buckskin

322.01.06.019 - The Social Session of the Elks

322.01.06.020 - Honest Criticism of Capt. Jack Crawford, the "Poet Scout"

322.01.06.021 - Instincts of a Poet

322.01.06.022 - Another Day - The Flag

322.01.06.023 - On The Trail

322.01.06.024 - Captain Jack

322.01.06.025 - Capt. Jack Crawford

322.01.06.026 - The Lost Creek Club

322.01.06.027 - Capt. Jack

322.01.06.028 - Capt. Jack Crawford - Opera House

322.01.06.029 - Notice - Ben Warren

322.01.06.030 - A Unique Specialty

322.01.06.031 - Poet Scout Sings the Praises of General Chaffee

322.01.06.032 - El Paso Street Was Main Drag

322.01.06.033 - Brooklyn - Beecher's Old Church

322.01.06.034 - Poet-Scout's Sunshine In The Tombs

322.01.06.035 - Broncho and Bicycle - Photocopy

Folder 322.01.07: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1895-1899Add to your cart.

322.01.07.001 - Blume's True Shots

322.01.07.002 - Talks to Young Men

322.01.07.003 - Captain Jack Crawford

322.01.07.004 - The "Poet Scout" As An Entertainer

322.01.07.005 - Captain Jack Crawford

322.01.07.006 - Ol' Bill Reynold's 'Dopted Son

322.01.07.007 - A Delightful Entertainer

322.01.07.008 - Capt. Jack Crawford, in "Life Among the Cowboys"

322.01.07.009 - Home and Country for July

322.01.07.010 - He Got The Pass

322.01.07.011 - Pulse of the Plains

322.01.07.012 - "Jack, You're Hit"

322.01.07.013 - "Captain Jack" Poet Scout Proves His Genius

322.01.07.014 - The Gray and the Blue in Domestic Life

322.01.07.015 - "Capt. Jack" Here

322.01.07.016 - The Poet Scout

322.01.07.017 - From The "Boston Transcript"

322.01.07.018 - Capt. Jack Crawford

322.01.07.019 - W.C.T.U. Column

322.01.07.020 - The "Poet Scout"

322.01.07.021 - Dot Little Crippled Boy Vat Died

322.01.07.022 - "Capt. Jack's Bright Talk"

322.01.07.023 - Our Noble Veterans Will Swell The Fund

322.01.07.024 - The Poet Scout

322.01.07.025 - The Poet Scout of the West

322.01.07.026 - Capt. Jack's Chat

322.01.07.027 - Captain Jack Crawford, the poet scout

322.01.07.028 - Captain Crawford

322.01.07.029 - From Nixon Waterman, Associated Editor

322.01.07.030 - The Chief of Scouts, Captain Jack Crawford, the Poet, in the City.

322.01.07.031 - The Campfire and the Trail

322.01.07.032 - Capt. Crawford's Episode

Folder 322.01.08: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1898Add to your cart.

In The Klondike

322.01.08.001 - Sold Hay and Ice Cream

322.01.08.002 - Rev. F.B. Vrooman of the Yukon Company

322.01.08.003 - Capt. Jack and the Klondike

322.01.08.004 - Poet of the Sierras Is To Have A Rival

322.01.08.005 - High Men Named

322.01.08.006 - Gold In Sheets

322.01.08.007 - Winter Life At St. Michael's

322.01.08.008 - Strikes a Rich Vein

322.01.08.009 - Another Alaska Company

322.01.08.010 - Join In A Warning

322.01.08.011 - The Chilkoot Pass.  Captain Jack Crawford's Letter

322.01.08.012 - Capt. Jack and the Klondike

322.01.08.013 - More About Klondike, Interview with Canadian Geologist

322.01.08.014 - Big Mining Corporation - The Klondike, Yukon, and Copper River Co.

322.01.08.015 - Steam Sleds for Alaska

322.01.08.016 - Capt. Crawford for Alaska

322.01.08.017 - Big Salmon Strike

322.01.08.018 - Declares It A Swindle

322.01.08.019 - A Social And Financial Success

322.01.08.020 - Capt. Jack Crawford

322.01.08.021 - Regina Club

322.01.08.022 - Big Mining Corporation - The Klondike, Yukon, and Copper River Co.

322.01.08.023 - Crawfordsville, at Mouth of this River, a Promising Village

322.01.08.024 - Klondike Pictures

322.01.08.025 - Capt. Jack Crawford, Indian Fighter

322.01.08.026 - Vrooman's Gold People Meet

322.01.08.027 - Captain Jack Crawford, Poet-Scout and Goldhunter

322.01.08.028 - Captain Jack is Going

322.01.08.029 - Captain Jack on the Creek

322.01.08.030 - Join In A Warning

322.01.08.031 - Regina Club

322.01.08.032 - The Gold of Golofnin Bay

322.01.08.033 - Stories of Klondike Finds

322.01.08.034 - Golovin's Great Riches

322.01.08.035 - The Vermonter's Story

322.01.08.036 - Thinks It A Good Place To Die In For Two Years

322.01.08.037 - Yukon Dispute Still Rages

322.01.08.038 - Capt. Jack Preaches

322.01.08.039 - Tanana River District

322.01.08.040 - Death In Alaska

322.01.08.041 - Braved Dire Dangers

322.01.08.042 - The Klondike, Yukon, and Copper River Co.

322.01.08.043 - Munnook Proving An American Bonanza

322.01.08.044 - Capt. Jack Crawford, Indian Fighter

322.01.08.045 - Sold Hay and Ice Cream

Folder 322.01.09: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1900-1904Add to your cart.

322.01.09.001 - "Capt. Jack" At Large

322.01.09.002 - Capt. Jack Crawford Coming

322.01.09.003 - Favors The Pulsometer

322.01.09.004 - Captain Jack Is All Right

322.01.09.005 - Capt. Jack's Contribution

322.01.09.006 - The Clean-up Of Fifty Years' Run

322.01.09.007 - The Clean-up Of Fifty Years' Run

322.01.09.008 - State Supreme Court

322.01.09.009 - Jack and Jim, A Wild-West Temperance Story

322.01.09.010 - Dawson Health is Good

322.01.09.011 - The Mirror: From Captain Jack

322.01.09.012 - Capt. Jack Crawford Tells Story of Daring Exploit

322.01.09.013 - Men of To-Day Who Make The World Laugh

322.01.09.014 - Men of To-Day Who Make The World Laugh

322.01.09.015 - Capt. Jack Crawford a Good Entertainer

322.01.09.016 - Seasonable Rhymes

322.01.09.017 - Why Secretary Jacks Changed His Mind

322.01.09.018 - Capt. Jack Crawford

322.01.09.019 - Capt. Crawford's Tribute to Gordon

322.01.09.020 - Captain Jack Crawford and his Toast to Woman

322.01.09.021 - Capt. Jack Crawford

322.01.09.022 - Enjoyable Lecture

322.01.09.023 - Fights Dime Novels in Prose and Verse

322.01.09.024 - From Captain Jack

322.01.09.025 - Y.M.C.A. Notes

322.01.09.026 - Forrest Camp Pays Great Honor to Gen. Gordon

322.01.09.027 - Sends A Plea to Morgan

322.01.09.028 - Captain Jack Crawford's Entertainment

322.01.09.029 - Capt. Crawford Poet-Scout

322.01.09.030 - Original Buffalo Bill

322.01.09.031 - Lecture By Capt. Jack Crawford "Poet Scout"

322.01.09.032 - Capt. Jack Wonkeys With the Muses

322.01.09.033 - Capt. Crawford's Talk

322.01.09.034 - Captain Jack Favors Roosevelt

Folder 322.01.10: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1916Add to your cart.

322.01.10.001 - This Is The Army Premiere For West Texas Here Friday

322.01.10.002 - Captain Jack Crawford, Poet Scout, Writes on Patriotic Preparedness

Folder 322.01.11: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1917Add to your cart.

Death of

322.01.11.001 - On The Trail

322.01.11.002 - Admiral Dewey's Tomb

322.01.11.003 - Captain Jack Crawford

322.01.11.004 - Death Calls Capt. Crawford

322.01.11.005 - Bronze Bust of Crawford

Folder 322.01.12: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others, 1962Add to your cart.
Newspapers
Folder 322.01.13: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others - "A Broncho Philosopher"Add to your cart.

322.01.13.001

322.01.13.002

322.01.13.003

322.01.13.004

Folder 322.01.14: Articles About Captain Jack - By Others - Nunes, George A., Military Review, 1881-05-01Add to your cart.

May 1, 1881

322.01.14.001a - Military Review - Front

322.01.14.001b - Military Review - Back

Folder 322.01.15: Biographical - Articles AboutAdd to your cart.

Fragments

322.01.15 - 7 articles on one sheet

Folder 322.01.16: Biographical - Articles AboutAdd to your cart.

322.01.16.001 - Madison, Wis.

322.01.16.002 - Lodge Notice - Death of Anna R. Richardson

322.01.16.003 - Envelope - Indian Schools

322.01.16.004 - Roosevelt Is A Strong Factor

322.01.16.005 - Indian School System A Curse

322.01.16.006 - Roosevelt, Mitchell, and Baer Are Discussed

Folder 322.01.17: Biographical - Auction MaterialsAdd to your cart.

Thomaston Galleries

Copyrighted Material

Folder 322.01.18: Biographical - Exhibit Research - New Mexico State UniversityAdd to your cart.
32 pages handwritten and typed notes
Folder 322.01.19: Biographical - Illustrations ofAdd to your cart.

322.01.19.001 - Gibson Art Galleries, Chicago

322.01.19.002 - Captain Jack Crawford - Laugh

322.01.19.003 - Pencil Sketch of Crawford

322.01.19.004 - Pen Drawing of Capt. Jack

322.01.19.005 - Pencil Sketch of Crawford

322.01.19.006 - Newspaper Image

322.01.19.007 - Capt Jack Crawford - Laugh

Folder 322.01.20: Newspaper Clippings - Medications, Recipes, Etc.Add to your cart.

322.01.20.001 - There is no class of cases

322.01.20.002 - envelope

322.01.20.003 - Blowena

322.01.20.004 - Handwritten Recipe

322.01.20.005 - Robertson's Drug Store

322.01.20.006 - Alvin B. Ely

Folder 322.01.21: Newspaper Articles - FragmentsAdd to your cart.

322.01.21.001 - Hay and Oats

322.01.21.002 - (Refrain)

Folder 322.01.22: Biographical Information - Grand Army of the Republic - Union Civil War VeteransAdd to your cart.

322.01.22.001 - In Commemoration of Departed Comrades

322.01.22.002 - Complimentary Receiption by the Citizens of Indianapolis

322.01.22.003 - Notes on Scratch Paper & GAR Veteran Encampment Brochure

322.01.22.004 - Official Souvenir Programmed of the 39th National Encampment

322.01.22.005 - Roster Department of Kansas GAR & WRC, 1885

322.01.22.006 - Roster of Department of Wisconsin Grand Army of the Republic


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