Indian agents -- Correspondence
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian Agency letter
Collection — Multiple collection box [CA 1872 Aug 25] 1: [Barcode: i50095079]
Identifier: CA 1872 Aug 25
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
Charles E. Roblin correspondence
Collection — Box 1 : [Barcode: 35025042001566]
Identifier: Ax 166
Charles E. Roblin was a special allotting agent for the U. S. Bureau of Indian Affairs and was stationed in New Mexico, Montana, and Washington. The collection (1923-1936) contains outgoing correspondence.
U.S. Office of Indian Affairs records, Malheur Agency
Identifier: Bx 053
Abstract The federal government created Indian reservations across the country in the 1800s. In Oregon the reservations included Siletz, Grand Ronde, Warm Springs, Umatilla, Klamath, and Malheur. Agriculture, schooling, finances, and other aspects of life on reservations were regulated by Indian agents employed by the federal government. The U.S. Office of Indian Affairs Records, Malheur Agency, consist of correspondence and records from 1874 to 1880 regarding conflicts between the Interior...