See biography by W. D. Foulke (1899, repr. 1974); W. B. Hesseltine, Lincoln and the War Governors (1948).
Oliver Perry Hay (22 May, 1846 – 2 November, 1930) was an American professor and paleontologist. In 1912, Hay was appointed as a research associate at the Carnegie Institute, and was given office space at the United States National Museum. There he did much work with the USNM's collections in vertebrate paleontology. He published extensively on fossil turtles and Pleistocene mammals. The catalogs that he constructed were a great aid in recording existing knowledge and became standard references. His papers from 1911 to 1930 are stored at the Smithsonian Institution.
U.S. BRIG NIAGARA SAILS THE GREAT LAKES, SERVES PORT CITIES AS A LIVING MUSEUM THE SHIP IS A REPLICA OF THE ALTERNATIVE FLAGSHIP OF OLIVER PERRY, USED IN THE WAR OF 1812.(LOCAL/ WISCONSIN)
Aug 01, 2002; Byline: V. Paul Virtucio Duluth (Minn.) News Tribune ABOARD THE U.S. BRIG NIAGARA -- "All hands to take in sails," called out...
CHESAPEAKE INDIANS' REMAINS TO COME HOME FOR BURIAL IN BEACH. REMAINS OF CHESAPEAKE INDIANS TO BE BROUGHT HOME FOR SACRED BURIAL.(LOCAL)
Mar 07, 1997; Byline: NIA NGINA MEEKS, staff writer VIRGINIA BEACH -- Oliver Perry got the word this week: the remains of 64 Chesapeake Indians...