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Oregon. Governor (1854-1859 : Curry)

Correspondence and official proceedings relating to the expeditions against the Indians ...

by Oregon. Governor (1854-1859 : Curry)

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Published by Asahel Bush, Territorial printer in Salem, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1847-1865.,
  • Indians of North America -- Pacific Coast.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 400, no. 4032.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination68 p.
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15441283M

    The Willett family papers contain genealogy and family records, correspondence, writings, business and land papers, and various printed materials. Among documents of particular interest are a letterbook of Col. Marinus Willett, containing copies of letters, written between and , to Gov. Clinton, Philip Schuyler, Gen. Stark, Lord Sterling, and Willett's officers. (Paris: Pierre Le-Mur, ), Book 2, pp. Reel: 1 Courcelle, Daniel Remy, sieur de and Marquis de Tracy. Papers relating to their expeditions against the Mohawk Indians. & Doc. Hist. N.Y., 1: Reel: 1 Dareth, Jan and Jacob Leeckermans. Copy of a journal of commissioners to negotiate a peace between the Maquaas and the.

    The first recorded contact between the Crows and non-Indians was with the Lewis and Clark Expedition in The tribe was later involved with trading and interacting with mountain men during rendezvous. In strong tribal leaders initiated a division of the tribe, and the Mountain Crow and River Crow tribes were formed. Start studying Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

    State and War Department documents authorizing General Wool’s travel to Europe on official business, Proceedings, Reports, Expense Account Abstracts, letters, and other papers, relating to Wool’s proposed job title classifications and wage scales for persons employed at the Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts, Interesting and significant original correspondence, , composes the bulk of this volume. More than two dozen letters written in from Williamsburg, Virginia, and from frontier outposts concern the origin and mounting of the expedition against the Cherokee.


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Governor ( Curry)]. Get this from a library. Correspondence and official proceedings relating to the expeditions against the Indians. [Oregon Territory. Governor ( Curry); Oregon Territory. Legislative Assembly.]. Curry, George to Maj. Raines, 19 Octoberin Correspondence and Official Proceedings Relating to the Expeditions against the Indians.

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