2 edition of Letters sent by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1882 found in the catalog.
Letters sent by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1882
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Accompanied by descriptive pamphlet.
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On the 85 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced the Special Files of the Office of Indian Affairs, The Bureau of Indian Affairs, usually known as the Office of Indian Affairs until , was established within the War Department in From to Indian affairs were administered in the Office of the Secretary of. Page View. United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year () Report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, pp.  PDF ( MB) Page  Top of Page Contents Section Page.
Letters of the Office of Indian Affairs, , California Superintendency - collection overview. The first 30 years of California's statehood were a time of upheaval for American Indians throughout California. New state officials worked to assume control of California's affairs and boundaries, U.S. government officials unfamiliar with California and its Indians arrived to document tribal. Register of Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, (P). This microfilm publication consists of registers for letters received by the Office of Indian Affairs from to from Office employees, government officials, and private sources concerning Indians and the business and activities of the Size: KB.
40 Stat (PL ), appropriations for the Bureau of Indian Affairs for Fiscal Year ending J (Sec. 28, investment of Indian trust funds) Document Type: Statute. GW extracted below the enclosed letters of 2 Sept. from Little Turkey, Boot, and John Thompson, and the 7 Sept. letter of James Carey. They are printed as enclosures to Blount’s letter to Knox of 11 Sept. in ASP, Indian Affairs, description begins Walter Lowrie et al., eds. American State Papers.
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LETTERS SENT BY THE OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS On the rolls of this microfilm publication are re-produced handwritten transcripts of communications sent by the Office of Indian Affairs during the period Ma U - January 5, They are the communications that were copied in the volumes, usually known in the Office.
Letters received by the Commissioner's Office in the Office of Indian Affairs for the years thru have been arranged primarily by the names of the field units of that office. The two main field offices in existence during those years were the superintendencies and the agencies. Get this from a library.
Letters sent by the Office of Indian Affairs, [United States. Office of Indian Affairs.]. The Library of American Indian affairs Note "Originally prepared to enable researchers to locate correspondence contained in microcopyLetters received by the Office of Indian Affairs,a microfilm publication of the National Archives and Records Service.
Letters received by the Office of Indian Affairs, Author: Moses N Adams ; C C Andrews ; Alexis Bailly ; Joseph Renshaw Brown ; Jay Cooke ; All authors. Office of Indian Affairs Letters Received, M 47 rolls.
This series contains incoming correspondence from all sources concerning The letters are arranged alphabetically by name of field jurisdiction (superintendency or agency) or other subject heading, thereunder by. Get this from a library. The Office of Indian Affairs, historical sketches. [Edward E Hill; United States.
National Archives and Records Service.]. Office of Indian Affairs in The documents include letters from special Indian agents, reports to Congress, and records pertaining to Indian-U.S.
relations. Researchers should consult the volumes pertaining to military affairs as well as those relating to Indian affairs. Each volume has an index. Position of Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to head Office of Indian Affairs, established by an act of July 9, (4 Stat.
Office of Indian Affairs transferred to the Department of the Interior, SEE Textual Records: Letters sent, Letters sent by the Revenue Office, Department of the Treasury, relating to the treasury business of the War Department, The Division of Land Titles and Records (DLTR), and its 18 Land Titles and Records Offices (LTRO), are the official Federal offices-of-record for all documents affecting title to Indian lands, and for the determination, maintenance, and certified reporting of land title ownership and encumbrance on Indian trust and restricted lands.
Letters received by the Office of Indian Affairs, New Mexico Superintendency Letters Sent by the Indian Division,M; Superintendent's Annual Narrative and Statistical Reports from Field Jurisdictions of the Bureau of Indian Affairs,M ; Reports of Inspections of the Field Jurisdictions of the Office of Indian Affairs, (California and Nevada tribes only), M Selected Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs relating to the Cherokees of North Carolina.
M, rolls Drennen Roll of "Emigrant Cherokee." (available on ) Powell Roll. A Payment roll ("Lipe Roll"). 7RA33, rolls 1 2. (No index) Cherokee Students. 7RA91 List of arrivals. 7RA, roll 2.
Report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, pp.  [Contents] Reports of superintendents of Indian affairs, agents, superintendents and teachers of schools in the Indian country, etc., accompanying the annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the yearpp.
Nebraska, pp. New York Indians, pp. Great Nemaha Agency (ca. ) Office of Indian Affairs. Potawatomi and Great Nemaha Agency () Department of the Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Horton Agency (). Series: Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma Membership Rolls, 10/31//31/, Textual.
Report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, pp.  [Contents] Schedule of papers accompanying the annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs for the yearpp.
[Report of treaties with Sioux Indians], pp. [Report of treaty with Chippewas at Pembina], pp. Detailed report on the efforts by the US government to civilize, educate and provide moral training to the original inhabitants. This largely involved placing the Indians on reservations, teaching them agricultural and homebuilding skills, training them in proper dress and customs of the white man and providing opportunities for education.
The Indian Legal History deals with the evolution & development of law and legal institutions in India. The British period started from and the issue of the Royal Charter may be considered as a landmark event with far reaching consequences. OnQueen Elizabeth, granted a File Size: KB.
Office of Indian Affairs collection L - Page 4 - Historical Note Inthe Continental Congress created a committee on Indian Affairs.
InIndian affairs were put under the authority of the Department of War and territorial governors served as district Size: 18KB. On the 53 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced the 53 Report Books of the Office of Indian Affairs, Novem Novem These Report Books contain manuscript copies of communications sent by the Office to the member of the President's Cabinet having supervisory responsibility for Indian affairs.
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More News. Find your BIA Region.This organization, based in Philadelphia at the time, was protesting a letter received by the Rosebud Agency based in the Dakota Territory.
The letter was from the Bureau of Indian Affairs informing them of the strictly enforced federal “requirement that all instruction in the Indian schools conducted by missionary organizations shall be.This collection consists of the letters received by and letters sent to the War Department, including correspondence from Indian superintendents and agents, factors of trading posts, Territorial and State governors, military commanders, Indians, missionaries, treaty and other commissioners, Treasury Department officials, and persons having commercial dealings with the War Department, and other.