LOC/E-F/E4. Native Americans
Record Group Term
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Coll 187
Abstract Colonel William Henry Boyle (circa 1830s-1917) was a professional soldier who served in the Civil War and was stationed in the Pacific Northwest from 1866 to 1884, serving in the Modoc War, 1872-1873. The William Henry Boyle papers consist of military correspondence, U.S. Army documents, military and service organizations memorabilia, social memorabilia, watercolors of scenes on the Umatilla Indian reservation, a hand-drawn map of a Modoc War site, notebooks, scrapbooks, publications, and...
Collection — Folder 1 (shares a box): [Barcode: i50095079]
Identifier: CA 1872 Aug 25
Abstract The collection contains a letter dated August 25, 1872, by Philip McCusker of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian Agency, to a "Mr. Lockey." The letter comments on Indian depredations (raids) of cattle drives, explains that McCusker has met with Big Bow, Lone Wolf, and Kicking Bird of the Kiowa tribe, and reports the return of children Susannah and Frances Lee who were taken on a raid.
Dates: 1872 August 25
Identifier: A 024
Abstract George Crook was a U.S. Army officer. The George Crook papers comprise letters concerning the Sioux campaign of 1876, the Apache campaigns of 1883 and 1886, the Sioux Commission, 1889, and the relocation of the Apache Indian reservation.
Collection — Folder 1 (shares a clamshell box): [Barcode: i50174137]
Identifier: CA 1868 Jun 2
Abstract William S. Crust of Ft. Laramie, Indian Territory wrote a letter dated dated June 2, 1868, to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, regarding their son, Alfred. The collection contains the letter in which Crust informed the parents that their son was "killed by Indians" on May 29th, while camped by Elk Horn Creek.
Dates: 1868 June 2
General Crook's campaign : letters to the Owyhee Avalanche, Silver City, Idaho, 1867 July 20-Oct. 13 / by Joseph Wasson
Collection — Folder 1 : [Barcode: i20403665]
Identifier: SFM 119
Abstract Letters concerning General Crook's campaign written by Joseph Wasson and published in the Owyhee Avalanche, Silver City, Idaho Territory. Includes notes on Joseph Wasson's life and the Owyhee Avalanche, some written on the backs of copies of The River Rog.
Dates: 1867 July 20-Oct. 13