Government Printing Office. Lot of 10 loose Government Documents relating to Indian AffairsWash. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1828 - 1855. 10 loose documents of various page lengthspp. 8vo. Book condition: Very good to Good. (1. The Committee on Finance, to which was referred the Memorial of the Legislature of Arkansas, praying that the sum of $7,500 be appropriated for the payment of James Scull, in lieu of 1,280 acres of land, reserved for his use by the treaty with the Quapaw nation of Indians, confirmed 19th February, 1824. 1828, 4 pages, Very Good, light rubbing and chipping to edges. Light foxing.2. The Committee on Military Affairs, to whom referred the documents relating to claims of sundry individuals for services in the companies of Captains Crawford and Wallis, of the State of Missouri, against the hostile Indians, in 1832. (Ioway) 1832, 2 pages, Good rough edge, where page was removed from volume. Light moisture staining.3. The Committee on Indian Affairs, to whom was referred the memorial of Timothy D. Pettigrew, and Samuel Nesmith. (Cherokee). March, 22, 1832, 24 pages, Very Good. Report bound in plain brown wraps. Foxing and some light moisture stains.4. Mr. Ashley, from the Committe on Indain Affairs, made the following report: The Committe on Indian Affairs, to which was referred the claims of Reuben Gentry, William Monroe and others. (Sac and Fox) February 4, 1836, 5 pages. Good. Rough edge where report was removed from volume. Light moisture stains to top edge of pages.5. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting Correspondence in relation to Indian Affairs, required by a resolution of the House of Representatives, of 23rd January, 1835, as can be furnished by the War Department; (Andrew Jackson). February 11, 1836. 4 pages. Very Good. Light foxing to pages.6. Memorial from the Legislature of the State of Alabama, To the Congress of the United States, requesting that certain settlers on the public lands who were entitled to pre-emptions under the act of the 19th June, 1834, but whose settlements were included in the location of reservation under certain Indian treaties, may be granted the right to enter one quarter section of the public lands at the minimum price either in Alabama or Mississippi. March 1, 1836. 2 pages. Good. Rough edge where removed from volume. Light foxing to pages.7. The Committee on Indian Affairs, to whom was referred the petition Nancy, Sally, and Betsey Contraman, the children of Frederick H. Contraman, and En-da-go, a Potawattamie woman. (Potawattamie). March 22, 1838, 2 pages. Very Good. Bright pages. Rough edge where removed from volume.8. Explanatory of Bill making appropriations for fulfilling Treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribes, &c., until July 1, 1844. (Indian Treaties). January 28, 1843. 14 pages. Very Good. Light foxing to pages.9. The Committee on Indian Affairs to whom was referred, the petition of the legal representatives of Henry Conner, alias Wabish-ken-dib, praying the payment of an amount awarded said Conner under the treaty with Seganaw band of Chippewa Indians, of January 14, 1837, have had same under consideration. (Chippewa). April 17, 1854. 4 pages. Very Good. Bright pages.10. Message of the President of the United States, communicating a report of the Secretary of the Interior, and recommending certain appropriations for the service of the Indian department. (Franklin Pierce). February 4, 1855. 3 pages. Very Good. Light foxing to pages. Colonizing Texas Indians upon reservations).. . Very Good. 1828 - 1855. (Inventory #: RLOT00FP)
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