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misc. D

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ca. 24 items -Darling, L.R. 2 Letters, Topeka and Cold Spring, Indian Territory, Jan. 6 and Feb. 14, 1874 Notes on content: money drawn for his wife and threatens suit -Darlington, Brinton, 1804­1872 (Agent for Cheyenne Nation (Tsistsistas) and Arapaho Tribe (Hinono’ei)) 8 Letters and 1 Manuscript Copy, Camp Supply, Indian Territory, 8 mo. 27, 1869 ­ 8 mo. 18, 1871 Notes on content: report on suitable agency location; Cheyenne Nation (Tsitsistas) discussing about war or peace, Tak-kee-o-mah (Ski'o Mah, referred to as Little Robe) & Moh-hi-ma-he (referred to as Big Horse) have joined a tribe west reportedly working for peace, they return; Dr. Fitzgerald's claim for medical services; explanatory letter of freight receipted for, etc. Difficult and trying situation he's in, help and money­wise, thinks he should resign, government won't support his actions re: physician and won't supply enough money for a good interpreter -Dawes, Sallie E. Letter, Wichita Tribe (Kitikiti'sh) Agency, 1 mo. 13, 1876 to Hepsy Hoag Notes on content: Indigenous person worker at Wichita Tribe (Kitikiti'sh) Agency, Indian Territory Trip to Wichita Tribe (Kitikiti'sh) Agency and Christmas celebration there -Delano, Columbus, 1809­-1896 (Secretary of the Interior Department) 4 Letters and 2 Manuscript copies, Mt. Vernon and Washington D.C., Nov. 13, 1871 ­ Jan. 26, 1880 Notes on content: the extent of the Commission of Geo. Crowell to pay Indigenous people; pay of W.A. Rankin; words upon retiring from the Office of Secretary of the Interior: the service rendered by Friends to the Peace Policy, etc.; traveling expenses of Cyrus Beede; his opinion of the value of the services of Cyrus Beede chief clerk while in Washington in the years 1873-1875 to the Government service -Delano, James S. 2 Letters, Treasury Dept., Sept. 26, 1876 and Jan. 18, 1883 Notes on content: states U.S. District Court for Kansas has rendered judgment in favor of Government -Denman, A.B. Letter, Washington D.C., May 4, 1874 Notes on content: desires exclusive trade at Wichita Tribe (Kitikiti'sh) Agency -Downs, W.F. Letter, (Union Pacific Rail Road) Atchison, Kansas, Jan. 22, 1872 Notes on content: "enclosing annual free ticket"

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