Government printing office. Various. Treaty ratification, claims and other claims of recompense to Indians (Native Americans), 7 Reports to the United States Senate, 1852-1884. Washington, DC: Government printing office, 1852-1884. 46pp. 8vo. Disbound reports. Book condition: Very good. Loose pages from U.S. Senate publications with slight left margin damage due to removal. 1. Miscellaneous No. 47, ratification of treaties with the Sioux and Chippewa Indians of Minnesota Territory, submitted February 28, 1852. 3 pages.2. Document No. 101, Message from the President of the United States, sale of annuity goods by Indians, submitted March 8, 1882. 3 pages. 3. Document No. 113, Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, regarding amounts expended for the education of Indian children, submitted February 21, 1882. 10 pages. 4. . Report No. 580, bill authorizing payment to Delaware Indians, submitted March 1, 1882. 13 pages. 5. Report No. 405, another bill authorizing payment to Delaware Indians, submitted April 12, 1882. 12 pages. 6. Report No. 1349, yet another bill authorizing payment to Delaware Indians in compliance with treaty stipulations, submitted April 24, 1884. 3 pages. 7. Document No. 180, Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, relative to affairs of Indians in Lake Winnibigoshish and Leech Lake Indian Reservations, submitted June 6, 1884. 3 pages. . . Very Good. 1852-1884. (Inventory #: RVARTRE00JKN)
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