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[Typescript letter signed] to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington D.C. [from] Shoshoni Agency

From: Wind River Indian Reservation letter books and records, 1902-1920

[Typescript letter signed] to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington D.C. [from] Shoshoni Agency

From: Wind River Indian Reservation letter books and records, 1902-1920

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Creator: Wadsworth, Harry E
Other Creator: United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Shoshone Agency
Date: 1906 July 12
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Abstract:
The Wind River Indian Reservation, located in Fremont County, Wyoming, was created for the Eastern Shoshoni Indians under provisions of the Treaty of Fort Bridger in 1868. Part of the Reservation was occupied by Northern Arapaho Indians in 1878. Harry E.
Physical Description:
2 l.
31 cm.
Host Note:
Volumes of letterpress copies of ALS and TLS concerning business of the Shoshone Agency at the Wind River Indian Reservation, 1903-1907
Folder:
v. 10
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Object ID: 2030686
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