4 edition of Acts and resolutions of the Choctaw Council for the year 1887 found in the catalog.
Acts and resolutions of the Choctaw Council for the year 1887
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
Microfiche. Honolulu : Law Library Microform Consortium, 1990. 1 microfiche : negative. (Nat. Amer. leg. mat. coll. ; title 1469.
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Chapel Hill, Cited as U. The navigable waters leading into the Mississippi and St. Some of the letters registered in these volumes are among the records described in entry 7. United States.
The schedules were submitted in triplicate to the Secretary of Interior through the Commissioner of Indian Affairs with one copy being returned to the Commission for reference. A 47B. See also Wright's testimony in entry 41 number There is also some correspondence between the Inspector and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs relating to exceptions to the returns and clarifications. Carbon copies of transcripts of testimony taken at hearings conducted by Judge W.
Most of this has been disposed by them to the whites in leases for ninety-nine years, renewable. A record of letters received which includes the date written and received, name of sender, file number, a short summary of contents, and occasionally remarks about actions taken. But most of the first ettlers of Carolina, not satisfied to rest their right of soil upon the law of nature and their government, made private purchases from the Indians, and the government state itself entered into treaties with the aborigines. Ottawa Laws
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Carter; vols. Original letters and telegrams received by Commissioner Tams Bixby from members of Congress, attorneys, and the general public. There are a few letters received between and and between and Indian agencies, however, are listed as they were shown on the original records.
A schedule of seventy persons very similar to the forgoiing list, each containing many of the same names was forwarded to the office by Mr.
Information was subsequently obtained that they would probably object to going to the Cherokees, and expressed a preference to take homes with the Chickasaws. Statutes of the Mississippi Territory. Tuscaloosa, Ala. You asked that the matter might receive my attention, and advise given as to what steps are necessary to have this change made.
Copies of much of the correspondence were maintained at the headquarters of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington, D. Enrollment parties traveled throughout Indian Territory accepting applications, holding hearings, and gathering evidence.
For your nformation I include a sketch of a portion of a map of South Carolina and North Carolina, showing the aforesaid Reservation of square miles. Owen, Agent at the Union Indian Agency The AFL sought to organize craft unions into a federation.
Also published in 76th Congress, 3d sess. Correspondence, copies of orders of commitment, some statements by doctors, affidavits submitted by guardians, and applications. Ottawa Laws Cited as Ala. Alex G. Journal of the House of Assembly from August 17,to February 26, Report on the Valley Regions of Alabama.
A record of expenditures and appropriations of the National Council. He was informed on the 16th of January,on the return of said petition, that it was now the policy of th government to abolish the tribal relations of the Indians as fast as possible, and to settle each Indian upon a separate tract of land that he can call his own to the end that we may become self-supporting and independent of government bounty.
Vernon Brantley. For the prevention of crimes and injuries, the laws to be adopted or made shall have force in all parts of the district, and for the execution of process, criminal and civil, the governor shall make proper divisions thereof; and he shall proceed from time to time as circumstances may require, to lay out the parts of the district in which the Indian titles shall have been extinguished, into counties and townships, subject, however, to such alterations as may thereafter be made by the legislature.
The information given for each enrollee includes name, age, sex, degree of Indian blood, and census card number. In your letter, transmitting this petition and memorial, you state that you are requested to ascertain one whether or not th Catawba have any tribal lands in the sattes of North or South Carolina to which the tribal title has not been ceded or extenguished; two whether there is any reason why these individual Indians may not take up lands in severalty on the pblic domain as provided in said section four of The Act of Government Printing Office, Arranged chronologically by date sent with numerous gaps.
Original letters received and some copies of letters sent to officials of telephone companies and the general public. Scalawag in Alabama Politics, In Marchthe year-old Sullivan arrived at Ivy Green, and started what would be a lifelong partnership with Helen Keller.
The two generally communicated by finger -spelling, a process by which individual letters are spelled out in sign language on the open palm. Soon. About this Database.
The records included on the American Indian Census list can be viewed on microfilm in the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Center. this book is dedicated to the memory of his father, judge henry st.
george tucker, member of congress, chancellor, author, president. of the court of appeals of virginia, professor.
of law in the university of virginia. upon whose tomb at winchester, virginia, the hand of friendship has inscribed these words: in memory of henry st. In he re-opened the academy at Wheelock, and continued to serve as its superintendent untilwhen it became a government school.
He remained the next year in charge of the church. He then returned to California and died at San Jose, at 75, December 18, InRev. Evan B. Evans, supplied the Choctaw church at Wheelock one year. Read the full-text online edition of Documents of Native American Political Development: s to ().
Documents of Native American Political Documents of Native American Political Development: s to By David E. Wilkins. Acts and Resolutions of the General Council of the Choctaw Nation.
Following the footsteps of my Grandfather, Chief John Grass, as dynastic Grand Chief of the General Council and Treaty Chief of the Lakota, Dakota, Nakota Nation (L.D.N.
Nation - Sioux) I have posted this web site for educational purposes as a resource of strength and pride for our people, to help broaden understanding of our nation, and to give insight into the work being prayerfully done by.