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Memorial and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon the citizens of Missouri.

Missouri. Citizens.

Memorial and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon the citizens of Missouri.

by Missouri. Citizens.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Government relations.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSenate Doc. - [United States], 19th Cong., 1st sess -- 55., Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 373, no. 3663.1., Senate document (United States. Congress (19th, 1st session : 1825-1826). Senate) -- 19th Congress, 1st session, no. 55.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination90 p.
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15440230M

    HOME: John Beeson [From the Yreka Union:] The Indian depredations in Oregon have caused public meetings, in which they represent very great suffering and loss of life among the whites, and suggest, as may be seen from the subjoined resolution, that a treaty of friendship and amity be formed between the whites and have very little faith in Indian treaties, but even a temporary. The record book documents baptisms, new members, dismissed members, and deaths. Also included are financial statements regarding the appropriations of funds to the churches. The record book is useful in tracking membership trends in the Baptist churches in the area. Gentry, Pleasant Tilman (), Diary, , (CA) 2 folders.

    About this time, the celebrated Prince Sanders was teaching in Boston. He subsequently prepared a compilation of Haytien documents, and presented, Decem , to the American Convention, a memorial for the abolition of slavery, and improving the condition of the African race. PHILLIS WHEATLY. Message from the President of the United States: In answer to a resolution of the House of Representatives, transmitting reports from the Secretaries of State and of War in reference to Mexican border troubles: 45th Congress, First Session: Executive Document No. 13, House of Representatives [Digital Version] Bibliographic Information. United States. President ( Hayes), Message .

    The American Indian may be regarded from two wide and divergent points of view; that of the scientist, and that of the humanitarian. Under the former should be grouped all study of the Indian, past and present, falling under the general science of anthropology, and its various divisions and sub-divisions. At a meeting of the citizens of Jackson County, Missouri, called for the purpose of adopting measures to rid themselves of the set of fanatics called Mormons, held at Independence on the 20th day of July , -- which meeting was composed of gentlemen from every part of the country, there being present between four and five hundred persons.


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Memorial and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon the citizens of Missouri by Missouri. Citizens. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Memorial of the state of Missouri and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon citizens of that State March 6, upon a visit to certain Indian reservations and Indian schools in South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas by: Roosevelt, Theodore, Memorial and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon the citizens of Missouri.

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Get this from a library. Memorial of the state of Missouri and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon citizens of that State: March 6, [Thomas Hart Benton; Missouri. General Assembly.; United States. Congress]. The following were taken from U. Congressional Serial Set volume"Memorial of the State of Missouri and Documents in relation to Indian Depredations upon Citizens of that State." Itemized theft report with valuation from William Ewing and John Ewing, Author: Marie Concannon.

In March these claims were presented to Congress (19th Congress, 1st Session) as "Senate Document 55" titled "Memorial of the state of Missouri and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon citizens of that state.". Missouri Executive Or also known as the Extermination Order, was an executive order issued on Octoby the Governor of Missouri, Lilburn order was issued in the aftermath of the Battle of Crooked River, a clash between Mormons and a unit of the Missouri State Militia in northern Ray County, Missouri, during the Mormon War.

The Indian Bureau in had attempted to establish harmony with the War Department by a division of authority. Comm. Cooley issued a circular to all superintendents and agents announcing that, in its relation with hostile Indians, the Interior Department would subordinate its actions to the War Department.

Of sundry citizens of Clay county, Missouri, in relation to Indian affairs, and for the protec-tion of the western frontier; Of David Browning and Jonathan Boon, to cor-rect.

errors committed in the purchase of lands; Of James Alexander, Ira Nash, and IraO'Ban-npn. Memorial of A.H. Davis and others, in relation to “The Disposal of the Miami Indian Lands in Kansas, ” Index to the Misc.

Documents of the Senate of the United States, 41st Congress. 3rd Session. (Misc. Doc. No 56/Ser. Doc. Full text of "History of Indian depredations in Utah" See other formats. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Edward Partridge et al., “Copy of a Memorial to the Legislature of Missouri,” in Greene, Facts Relative to the Expulsion, 10–16; [Rigdon], Appeal to the American People, 53–58; Memorial to the Missouri Legislature, 10 Dec. in JS Letterbook 2, pp.

27–33; Memorial of Citizens of Caldwell County, MO, in Minute Book 2, 10 Dec. The Indian & the law / (Washington, D.C.: United States Indian Service, ), by Theodore H. Haas and United States Bureau of Indian Affairs (page images at HathiTrust) Arizona territory.

Letter from the Governor of the territory of New Mexico, transmitting resolutions of the legislative assembly in relation to the Arizona territory.

The Indian (First Nation) residential schools were primarily active following the passage of the Indian Act inuntiland were designed to remove children from the influence of their families and culture, and assimilate them into the dominant Canadian culture.

Over the course of the system's existence, about 30% of native children. Volume 6 Introduction [Page xxi] Introduction to Volume 6. The Time Period. That declared Joseph Smith exempt from arrest on requisitions from Missouri founded upon the old difficulties in that state, and affording the whole western population of our country protection from Indian depredations; and thus contribute to the rapid.

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Absentee Shawnee Indian Claims: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Indian Affairs, House of Representatives, Sixty-Ninth Congress, First Session, on H.R.April 7 and 8, (Washington: GPO, ), by United States House Committee on Indian Affairs (page images at HathiTrust); An Account of Conferences Held, and Treaties Made: Between Major-general Sir William.

"There are no Indians, 'with hostile intent' encamped within 50 or more than 50 miles of Sioux City," he declared. "The depredations upon the property of citizens of this part of Iowa, have been committed by a roving band of four or five Indians, and thus far their operations have been confined to horse-stealing — not to scalp taking.".

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PDF. Aboriginal Land Rights. CHAPTER V. THE STORY OF MORMOMISM. President Smith at Kirtland—First Quorum of Twelve Apostles—the Kirtland Temple Completed—Kirtland Safety Society Bank—in Zion Again—the Saints in Missouri—Apostasy—Zeal and Indiscretion—Military Organization—the War Opens—Depredations on Both Sides—Movements of Atchison, Parks, and Doniphan—Attitude of.

Wood. Also, ol citizens of Orleans county, New York, lor the same purpose By Mr. HUDSON: The memorial of Enoch Pond and others, praying that peace may be restored to the coun "} By Mr. IVRKSON: The petition and paper* of Abraiu Prim, Slatlutd, Seymour.Indian Depredations in Texas, by Wilbarger Witcher and Carter During the year a scouting party, consisting of 8 or 10 men under Captain Cotton, left the town of Hamilton upon a scouting expedition The brave Lieutenant Carter fell, pierced with a dozen bullets, early in the engagement.

Robert Carter Lampasas County, Texas.depredations were committed during the past year upon our trains transporting supplies for the Army, on the road between the western border of Missouri and Santa Fe.

These depredations, which are supposed to have been committed by bands from the region of New Mexico, have been arrested by the presence of a military force ordered out for that.